Bicycle stand – Digital Bicycle http://digitalbicycle.org/ Tue, 11 Jan 2022 03:46:41 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.8 https://digitalbicycle.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/icon-120x120.jpg Bicycle stand – Digital Bicycle http://digitalbicycle.org/ 32 32 Council takes stock of the success of scooters in the first year – Albert Lea Tribune https://digitalbicycle.org/council-takes-stock-of-the-success-of-scooters-in-the-first-year-albert-lea-tribune/ Tue, 11 Jan 2022 03:05:18 +0000 https://digitalbicycle.org/council-takes-stock-of-the-success-of-scooters-in-the-first-year-albert-lea-tribune/ Fourteen hundred unique users used the rental scooters brought to Albert Lea through an electric vehicle sharing company in their first season, a company representative on Albert Lea’s city council said on Monday. In an update on the first eight months of the scooter program, Mike Butler, a representative for Bird, said there are 100 […]]]>

Fourteen hundred unique users used the rental scooters brought to Albert Lea through an electric vehicle sharing company in their first season, a company representative on Albert Lea’s city council said on Monday.

In an update on the first eight months of the scooter program, Mike Butler, a representative for Bird, said there are 100 scooters in Albert Lea, although not all of them were on the road at the same time.

The scooters traveled a total of 15,051 miles and the average trip was 24 minutes, he said.

To use one of the scooters, people walk to one parked in a designated area and use a smartphone app to unlock and then pay for a ride. Riders, who must be over 18, sign a user agreement and complete educational tutorials and then are allowed to ride in a designated area of ​​operation approved by the city and Bird. At the end of the ride, the rider should park the scooter vertically out of the crosswalk and take a photo showing how the scooter is parked.

Butler said the company charges a fairly standard fee compared to other similar companies for its runners.

Passengers are informed of the prices before each trip, which is $ 1 to begin with and a charge per minute thereafter.

Third Ward Councilor Jason Howland asked if other cities typically see a decline in services in their second year after people get over initial enthusiasm for the new equipment.

Butler said that while there is an initial excitement factor in the first few weeks of rolling out the scooters, he expects the second year to be stable with what the city has seen for use. in 2021. He said what the company has seen in other communities is that people start using scooters as a viable transportation option.

Albert Lea mayor Vern Rasmussen Jr. initially said he was worried about having scooters all over town, but once the program got started he thinks it has been good for the town . He noted that he had spoken to many people who came to the small community community outside of Albert Lea just to ride the scooters.

City Manager Ian Rigg said the first two weeks after the scooters were brought into town the town received a lot of calls about them, but once staff briefed the public on how to contact directly Bird with questions, the influx of calls ended in late summer.

He didn’t expect them to be a problem for the staff once they restart in the spring.

“It has been used extensively, and luckily not abused,” Rigg said.

Butler said Albert Lea’s scooters saved 2.12 tonnes of carbon dioxide emissions.

He said he was impressed with how the program has unfolded in the city and is excited to bring the scooters back in 2022.

In addition to scooters, Bird also started offering e-bikes in 2021.


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‘No plans’ to move Spalding’s controversial bike racks https://digitalbicycle.org/no-plans-to-move-spaldings-controversial-bike-racks/ Mon, 10 Jan 2022 16:32:00 +0000 https://digitalbicycle.org/no-plans-to-move-spaldings-controversial-bike-racks/ Highway chiefs say there are no plans to move the controversial bike racks from a downtown area. Lincolnshire County Council installed the green car-shaped bicycle racks at Spalding Sheep Market and Herring Lane last year using government funds to support the town’s recovery from Covid. The council received more than £ 100,000 from the Department […]]]>

Highway chiefs say there are no plans to move the controversial bike racks from a downtown area.

Lincolnshire County Council installed the green car-shaped bicycle racks at Spalding Sheep Market and Herring Lane last year using government funds to support the town’s recovery from Covid.

The council received more than £ 100,000 from the Department for Transport’s first round of the Emergency Active Travel Fund to support the installation of temporary projects.

The bike rack is located

Concerns were raised in the city about the shape and location of the bike racks at the time.

Councilor Richard Davies, Executive Member of Highways, said: “There are no plans to remove brackets at this time, but we are still listening to residents’ suggestions on these issues.

“If residents suggest a better location for the racks, we will carefully consider all aspects of the comments. “

However, last year the council said the racks would be temporary.

In October 2020, Councilor Davies said: “The DfT gave us very short deadlines to install the changes when we received the funding and there just wasn’t time to get every community’s feedback on. each bicycle parking space.

“I want to stress that these changes are all on a trial basis – so if they work they will stay and if they don’t we can rethink.”

South Holland District Councilor and Cabinet Member Gary Taylor believes the racks should be moved.

He said: “They should be moved to a more suitable location as it seems the location is the issue rather than the bike racks.

“The Sheep Market rack occupies a special place and occupies a parking space. I would suggest this one be located a short distance from the sheep market restrooms.

“The Herring Lane bike rack sits next to a commercial loading dock and could be relocated. “

Last year, City Councilor Harry Drury raised concerns about the location of the racks.

In October, he said: “As much as I support cycling and its contribution to a greener environment, I also believe that there are much more suitable places for them where they would not take up valuable parking spaces and space. loading. at a time when they are needed most to support our local businesses and businesses.

l What do you think? Send your views to jeremy.ransome@iliffepublishing.co.uk




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Bikes, Blues and Barbecue Heading Into The Freeway To Rogers, At Least By 2022 https://digitalbicycle.org/bikes-blues-and-barbecue-heading-into-the-freeway-to-rogers-at-least-by-2022/ Sun, 09 Jan 2022 12:27:30 +0000 https://digitalbicycle.org/bikes-blues-and-barbecue-heading-into-the-freeway-to-rogers-at-least-by-2022/ WHAT’S THE POINT: With the news that an annual motorcycle rally will be based in Rogers instead of Fayetteville, residents of both cities are wondering which direction they are going. With my apologies to Steppenwolf: “I like smoke and lightning Heavy metal thunder Race with the wind And the feeling that I’m under Yeah, darling […]]]>

WHAT’S THE POINT: With the news that an annual motorcycle rally will be based in Rogers instead of Fayetteville, residents of both cities are wondering which direction they are going.

With my apologies to Steppenwolf:

“I like smoke and lightning

Heavy metal thunder

Race with the wind

And the feeling that I’m under

Yeah, darling will make it happen

Take the world in a loving embrace

Fire all your guns at once and

Explode in … Rogers? “

This is where Bikes, Blues & BBQ, the big annual fall motorcycle gathering based in Fayetteville for 20 years, heads to Rogers. For at least 2022. Maybe (depends on covid-19, like everything these days).

News of the move broke Thursday evening. With the construction of a new parking lot on Dickson Street and West Avenue as well as work underway on the new arts corridor, the gathering in downtown Fayetteville could run into a few roadblocks.

Rogers, meanwhile, recently completed upgrades to its downtown public spaces, including a plaza and outdoor stage, which appear to be likely venues for many musical performances, vendors, and other events associated with the gathering for years. .

Fayetteville cheerleader and Chamber of Commerce president Steve Clark said the rally has become more regional in nature and it’s not a real loss for Fayetteville businesses which benefit from the 300,000 attendees. estimated. The bars and restaurants of Dickson Street, he says, will do.

Of course he gets paid to say that. But he’s probably right. There have been Bikes, Blues & BBQ events scattered around the area for quite some time now – well, at least the years before 2019, the last year the rally was held. Springdale and Rogers both hosted associated events, and no one within 50 miles will hear that heavy metal rumble for several days as riders try out the beautiful twisty freeways through the Ozark Hills.

Rogers Mayor Greg Hines said the city was ready to partner with the Bikes, Blues & BBQ organization to make it a success. He is also paid to say that. But, if the bikers come anyway, you might as well make them feel at home and help them spend their money in your city, right?

We don’t really know what kind of activities will be going for rally 2022, or for that matter, where it will all take place. We will have to wait for this information. It’s also fair to assume that there will be people in Rogers (just like there have been in Fayetteville) who won’t take this news with a loving embrace. They won’t look forward to all that smoke and lightning for five days in the fall. Mayor Hines will surely hear from them (if he hasn’t already). Meanwhile, a few people in Fayetteville might be celebrating a bit.

Things will be different at Rogers October 5-8, if the rally actually goes. For the past two years, covid has had it cleaned up – in 2021, the cancellation came in just a few weeks.

So nothing is really set in stone. But it could be a mad rush.


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What momos, which recorded over 1 crore in online orders last year, mean for those who sell them https://digitalbicycle.org/what-momos-which-recorded-over-1-crore-in-online-orders-last-year-mean-for-those-who-sell-them/ Sun, 09 Jan 2022 00:45:32 +0000 https://digitalbicycle.org/what-momos-which-recorded-over-1-crore-in-online-orders-last-year-mean-for-those-who-sell-them/ Get in line! Banake rakhiye distance (keep a certain distance), ”yells Dolma Tsering, recalling a school teacher desperately trying to discipline a group of unruly students. Except that everyone standing in front of her is adults – little masked, less attentive. They all seem to be galloping towards Tsering’s shop at Lajpat Nagar in Delhi, […]]]>

Get in line! Banake rakhiye distance (keep a certain distance), ”yells Dolma Tsering, recalling a school teacher desperately trying to discipline a group of unruly students. Except that everyone standing in front of her is adults – little masked, less attentive. They all seem to be galloping towards Tsering’s shop at Lajpat Nagar in Delhi, squeezing through the crowd to get to a plate of moms.

Nothing diminishes the country’s appetite for moms, not even a raging pandemic. Food aggregator Zomato recently posted a report on his Instagram feed, titled ‘Introducing the 2021 Meme Rewind and A Little Bit About How India Ordered,’ which claimed the momo beat vada pav and its longtime rival samosa, by a few hundred thousands of orders. It received over 1 crore in orders, with the biryani consolidating its leadership position, with two biryanis delivered every second.

Like COVID-19 cases on the rise again, Delhi’s food vendors, mostly migrants, are gripped by fears of foreclosure and loss of livelihoods. “Bohot mushkil ho jayega agar lockdown ho gaya phir se (It will be difficult to survive another lockdown), ”said Tsering, 53. Not listed with a food aggregator, the lockouts meant long stretches of zero income for her. Tsering named her takeout spot after what customers call it – “Dolma Aunty,” an epithet reserved for women of a certain age, and Dolma Aunty Momos has become somewhat of a landmark in one of Delhi’s busiest markets, since she started shopping with steam dumplings in 1994.

Back then, she and her sister-in-law would go to the market every night, armed with nothing but a plastic stool that served as a stand for her steam pot and a kilo or two of folded momos. and uncooked that she hoped to sell at the end of the day. Twenty-eight years later, four Dolma Aunty Momos outlets stand proudly in the city. “It was tough at first,” says Tsering, who had never traded the streets as a salesperson before. She arrived in the capital as a new wife in 1990 and was employed as a domestic worker. “I did several jobs – cleaning, washing, cooking, even running people for people – but I couldn’t make ends meet. That’s when my sister-in-law and I decided to start our own momo business, ”she says.

Steamed momos have revolutionized the image of street food frying. (Source: Getty Images)

The Delhi which once associated fried food with the streets, did not appreciate his efforts. They would accuse his steamed momos of being kaccha (uncooked), which would make them sick. With great difficulty, she tried, in rough Hindi, to explain what momos were. “But those who bought our momos were coming back. And with that, we were able to earn enough money to feed ourselves, ”she says.

It is not known when the momo came to the country. Estimates suggest that this is when the Dalai Lama sought asylum in India in 1959. Thousands of Tibetans, including Tsering’s parents, followed their leader. With them came the momo. “Ten or fifteen small meatballs (mo-mo)” would often be a Tibetan gentleman’s lunch, noted Tibetologist and British Indian Ambassador to Tibet Charles Alfred Bell in his book People of Tibet (1928). But here it has remained confined to the Tibetan settlements that have sprung up across the country – Majnu Ka Tila (Delhi), Bylakuppe and Mundgod (Karnataka), Puruwala (Himachal Pradesh), Tezu (Arunachal Pradesh), among others. Since most settlements largely functioned as stand-alone units, limiting day-to-day activities and interactions to the community, the momo was also mainly made and sold to Tibetan refugees, with the exception of a few momoficionados who made special trips for him.

The Nepalese have also contributed to its spread. Newar merchants in Kathmandu, on their travels along the Silk Road, are said to have picked up the Recipe, traditionally made with yak meat in Tibet, and brought it to India. Many momo sellers trace their lineage back to the Gorkha community (the British army began recruiting Nepalese under the name “Gorkhas” in 1815) and refer to Sikkim as their home, where the momo dethroned the traditional hyontoen – a cheese-filled steamed dumpling made with millet flour – as the state’s favorite dish.

Momos are essentially packages filled with a myriad of kinds and find expression in most cultures. It is the gyoza of Japan, the jiaozi of China, the mandu of Korea, the manti of Turkey, the mantoo of Afghanistan. Pierogi from Poland and ravioli or agnolotti from Italy could also be assimilated. Even in India, salty or sweet steamed variations existed before momo. Gujiya, the fara from Varanasi, with ravioli stuffed with jaggery and coconut, like that of Maharashtra modak, bhapa puli from Bengal, kozhukattai from Kerala, kolukattai from Tamil Nadu or kudumulu from Andhra Pradesh.

Momos Momos (express photo of Praveen Khanna)

Outside the Himalayan region, the momo, as we know it today, remained relatively unknown to the rest of India until the 1990s. When a newly liberalized economy held the promise of jobs and better living conditions, it has driven migrants, especially from the northeast, to metropolitan cities like Delhi. Immigrants, from Nepal and Lhotshampas, Bhutanese of Nepalese origin, who have become refugees in their own country, have also arrived in India. Then came their kitchens. Despite a liberal approach towards them, most refugees and migrants have struggled against invisibility, social exclusion and denial of their rights. This has prompted many migrants, especially women, to rely on the strength of their culinary skills to establish themselves in the city.

Entrepreneurs like Tsering dot the country today, selling momos at night and disappearing into the margins. “It’s a lot easier now; when we started, ladies-log itna bahar kaam nahi karte thhe (women did not go out as much to work). We would feel uncomfortable being the only sellers in the market, ”she says.

Ubiquitous in most cities, it is sold near metro stations, bus stops, outside schools, colleges and offices, and even hospitals. “I have often seen people sell momos from a single bike. They hook the uncooked momos to its handle and install the steamer on the stand. And sometimes it’s their whole store, the anatomy of the bike serves as an infrastructure for their store “, explains Shamita Chaudhary, architect and founder of Malba Project, a construction / demolition company. Waste Management start-up, who frequents momo vendors in his office area.

At dawn, in the “urban village” of Chirag Dilli, migrant workers start chopping onions, garlic and ginger, spreading small balls of maida, and stuffing them with cabbage and carrot or chicken stuffing. Each dumpling is shaped into a half crescent moon or a large round potli. These are provided to momo vendors before noon, who sell them all over town. Ready-to-eat and frozen momos are also sold by the kilo in wholesale markets like Sadar Bazar.

Like this relatively invisible workforce, salespeople, too, come from elsewhere. Pradip Ghorai, 32, from Medinipur, West Bengal, who sells momos in a ‘Chinese van’ in New Rajendra Nagar, first tasted them in Munirka in Delhi in 2001. “I came here to look for work and someone bought me a plate. I didn’t like the taste at first, ”he says. So why is he selling it? “Because it sells,” he said.

Dolma Aunt Momos Dolma Aunt Momos (Special photo by Praveen Khanna)

Unlike Ghorai, for Izacile Kenn, 36, it’s a way to remember her life in Dimapur, Nagaland, where she once ran “a little restaurant”, which she hopes to revive after saving enough money. thanks to his work in Delhi. the pandemic was hard. She lost a job she got in 2019 at a “Korean company” in Greater Noida. She also couldn’t go home and didn’t know what to do next. Then momos came to his rescue. “Momos was generally a Sunday affair for us. My family would get together after church service and make momos for the evening, ”she says. In her Zeliang tribe, this has “always been part of the table” and she “feels closer to home” when she cooks it at the pork ministry in Humayunpur in Delhi, an urban village next to the High Enclave. of Safdarjung, which hosts cafes run by people from the Northeast and other states.

Shyam Thakur, 38, founder and CEO of Momo King, a Malaysian restaurant chain he brought to Delhi in 2017 and which is now a growing cloud kitchen, finds the homogeneous taste of momos served across the slightly fun town. His company distinguishes momos from Darjeeling from those from Ladakh, using Nepalese spices such as timur and silum. They also offer gluten-free and vegan options. “The popularity of momo is undeniable. Unique in its versatility, it can be modified to suit any palate without destroying its essence. That it is loved by the elderly as well as by children, the health conscious and foodies add to its popularity, ”he says. Momo King plans to expand to Tier II and III cities, the United States and United Arab Emirates next, and aims to open 100 cloud kitchens by 2023.

Their menu also offers the cult of the city: Tandoori momo. The momo has evolved, and how. From traditional Nepali jhol momo (momos in a comforting broth), malai momo fusion, Kurkure momo, the weird momo pizza or mobourg (momo burger) and the extravagant chocolate momo from a chain of cloud kitchens, Wow! Momo. “My best friend and I have an annual tradition of eating butter chicken momos – momos in butter chicken sauce. Now that I’m a vegetarian, they make me a paneer version. It’s gimmicky but fun. But nothing is as satisfying as the original steamed momos, ”explains Chaudhary.

Behind the adaptable momo, signaling a changing country, are migrants like Tsering, who have shaped the way India eats on the fringes of the food world. “When I started I wanted to earn enough money to feed my family, but today momos are intrinsic to my identity. If you take them away from me, I don’t know who I would be, ”Tsering said.

(Damini Ralleigh is a Delhi-based food writer)


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Perfect destinations for a road trip in Nevada https://digitalbicycle.org/perfect-destinations-for-a-road-trip-in-nevada/ Sat, 08 Jan 2022 06:53:00 +0000 https://digitalbicycle.org/perfect-destinations-for-a-road-trip-in-nevada/ LAS VEGAS (KTNV) – Nevada is more than casinos and residences. Nevada’s state park system, along with some national parks, is rich in history and natural wonders that can make for a perfect day trip or weekend getaway near you. Kershaw Ryan State Park is just over 2 hours from Las Vegas near Caliente. The […]]]>

LAS VEGAS (KTNV) – Nevada is more than casinos and residences. Nevada’s state park system, along with some national parks, is rich in history and natural wonders that can make for a perfect day trip or weekend getaway near you.

Kershaw Ryan State Park is just over 2 hours from Las Vegas near Caliente. The Kershaw family moved to Meadow Valley Wash in 1873 and planted an orchard where the park is today. The area is full of natural springs that grow a garden of wild vines, white oaks, fruit trees and willows. The landscape is constantly changing depending on which direction you are looking. The park has mountain biking trails, hiking trails, and camping sites.

Cathedral Gorge State Park is about 30 minutes north of Kershaw Ryan near Panaca, Nevada. You’ll feel like you’re walking on the moon in this state park that derives its beauty from the explosive volcanic activity tens of millions of years ago. With each eruption layers of ash hundreds of feet thick have been deposited here. Erosion has given rise to the cave-like formations and the cathedral-like spire we see today that are perfect for exploration. You can camp here and stay up late to gaze up at the stars with amazing views. Cathedral Gorge became one of Nevada’s first four state parks in 1935.

Cave Lake State Park is a 4 hour drive from Las Vegas and makes the perfect weekend getaway near Ely. Camping, fishing, hiking and more are just a few examples of activities at this state park. The Cave Lake Reservoir was originally built in 1939 by the Isbell Construction Company. Access to the lake is currently closed for the Cave Creek Dam restoration project, but the park offers plenty of activities including snowmobiling, sledding, and snowshoeing during the winter months. The rest of the year the hike is perfect and the trails are dog friendly. Remember to bring a leash.

Ward Charcoal Ovens State Historic Park is an ideal stopover when visiting Cave Lake and Ely. This state park is rich in history and has six beehive-shaped charcoal ovens that operated from 1876 to 1879 during the silver boom years in the area. Now they are reminiscent of days gone by and the park today includes areas for camping, picnicking, hiking and fishing.

Nevada also has some great recreation areas managed by the national park system.

Grand Bassin National Park makes a perfect spring through fall camping weekend and is a 5 hour drive north of Las Vegas. The park covers over 77,000 acres and is home to almost all types of outdoor activities. The park’s Alpine Lakes Loop Trail showcases Lake Stella in all its beauty. You will walk among ancient bristlecone pines and at night you will admire the darkest night sky. Campsites, RV pitches, and cabins all make for a perfect overnight getaway here.

Whether you are going for a day or a long weekend, be sure to check out the 27 Nevada State Parks and many national parks and monuments within the Silver State.


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Shooting tactics will be examined after the murder of a girl by the LAPD https://digitalbicycle.org/shooting-tactics-will-be-examined-after-the-murder-of-a-girl-by-the-lapd/ Thu, 06 Jan 2022 23:16:19 +0000 https://digitalbicycle.org/shooting-tactics-will-be-examined-after-the-murder-of-a-girl-by-the-lapd/ Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti said on Thursday he had promised “transparency and justice” to the mother of Valentina Orellana-Peralta, the 14-year-old girl who was shot dead by a Los Angeles police officer in a North Hollywood store. two days before Christmas. Speaking to reporters at a downtown fire station, Garcetti and Police Chief Michel […]]]>

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti said on Thursday he had promised “transparency and justice” to the mother of Valentina Orellana-Peralta, the 14-year-old girl who was shot dead by a Los Angeles police officer in a North Hollywood store. two days before Christmas.

Speaking to reporters at a downtown fire station, Garcetti and Police Chief Michel Moore called the murder “unimaginable.” They said three investigations into the shooting went beyond the conduct of Officer William Dorsey Jones Jr. to also examine the Los Angeles Police Department’s policies, practices and standards regarding the use of force. murderous.

Jones fired three shots at a suspect holding a bicycle lock inside a Burlington clothing store, and one of the bullets penetrated the wall and hit the girl. Valentina died in her mother’s arms in a locker room. The suspect, later identified as Daniel Elena-Lopez, 24, was also killed.

“We will be taking an in-depth look at everything from the training to the tactics, to the policies and to the incident itself,” Garcetti said. “We deal with it continuously with maximum transparency, sensitivity and responsibility. This is something that we will need to get results that take into account what happened. I’ve learned not to prejudge these, but to make sure they’re transparent. “

The December 23 shooting sparked outrage and debate over the police response in tense and overcrowded situations. Elena-Lopez had assaulted customers with a bicycle lock and was holding the lock at the time of the shooting, according to Police Corps camera video of the incident. Officers had received inaccurate reports from an active shooter inside the store. It is not known if Jones knew Elena-Lopez did not have a gun.

The LAPD released a video last week that included surveillance and body camera footage and 911 calls. In it, Jones rushes past other police officers, one of whom is yelling, “Wait! Hold on! ”Jones then stands over a bloodied woman who had been attacked by Elena-Lopez as the abuser walks away to the opposite end of an alley.

Jones shoots three times, then the screams of Valentina’s mother from a nearby dressing room can be heard. The California Attorney General, the Inspector General of the Police Board, and the LAPD are all investigating the murder.

The LAPD shot dead at least 37 people in 2021, killing 18 of them, significantly more than they shot or killed in either of the past two years, according to LAPD data. .

Garcetti, who, aside from a brief comment to The Times and a statement to reporters who requested it, has remained mostly publicly silent about the shooting.

“I focused on the laser to try and make sure we wrap our arms around this family,” he said Thursday. “This horrible tragedy, as I spoke about the next day, there are no words that will bring Valentina back. The life of her mother, of her family, will never be the same again. As a father, father of ‘a girl is something that consumed me during the Christmas holidays. ”

“I know that for the officers who went to think they would save lives, the depth of suffering they too feel is unimaginable,” he continued. “But nothing is more serious than losing your daughter, losing a member of your family. I promised Valentina’s mother and family when I spoke with her two things: transparency and fairness.

The promises of transparency come after Ben Crump, a nationally recognized civil rights lawyer representing the family, called on the city to be more open.

“We want all the documentation, full transparency, not just a perspective trying to justify things,” Crump said last week. “We want everything to be released.”

After 911 calls arrived this Thursday morning, police were dispatched and by noon a small group of armed officers had dropped off the double escalator to the second floor of the store, where they encountered Elena-Lopez, and Jones quickly shot him down.

Officers used an approach that eventually defined police responses to “active shooter” situations in the 22 years since the Columbine High School shooting, which left 15 people dead in Colorado, including the two students responsible for the shooting. the attack.

In a mass shooting scenario, agents rushing to kill or arrest a shooter can reduce the potential death toll of a heavily armed assailant. But in cases like Burlington, where the suspect was found to have no weapon, the tactics raise serious questions.

Moore told reporters on Thursday: “We are not passing judgment on this, but everything is on the table for consideration, not just what happened and the judgment and decisions that were made, but our policies and procedures and what we have as a standard to try to protect people in a sometimes very violent society.

In the aftermath of the tragedy, a spokesperson for the Los Angeles Police Protection League said Jones received mass casualty training just weeks before the Burlington shooting, and that the training in which he had taken the lead with a military-style rifle was part of the department’s approach to an active shooter.

Moore, like Garcetti, has repeatedly emphasized his empathy with Valentina’s family.

“It is a loss that cannot be measured,” he said. “As for the enormity, as professional policing we have sworn to protect and serve. There is no better circumstance than losing an innocent victim and losing a child as we try to help the people in this store at this time of crisis. It’s unimaginable. “

Moore said his shooting investigators gave Atty State. General Rob Bonta’s team has “full and unimpeded access to our investigation.”


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Everything you need to know about the state of the environment in 2022 https://digitalbicycle.org/everything-you-need-to-know-about-the-state-of-the-environment-in-2022/ Thu, 06 Jan 2022 11:47:15 +0000 https://digitalbicycle.org/everything-you-need-to-know-about-the-state-of-the-environment-in-2022/ “],” renderIntial “: true,” wordCount “: 350}”> Recently a few friends and I gathered around a patio for a makeshift holiday party. We were outside and we got away socially again, and a friend had her new baby with them. Maybe because there was a little human present, with her whole life ahead of her, […]]]>
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Recently a few friends and I gathered around a patio for a makeshift holiday party. We were outside and we got away socially again, and a friend had her new baby with them. Maybe because there was a little human present, with her whole life ahead of her, we got to talk about the future and how so many spooky things we imagined about what climate change would look like are like. become reality in 2021.

From the crippling freezes of last January in Texas to those of last week unprecedented fire outside of Boulder, Colorado, we have the impression that we have been struck by one disaster after another. And the systems that must change to ensure our future viability have been too slow to respond. But as the new year begins, there are opportunities to make real progress. This is where the climate and the environment stand, including the issues we urgently need to address and the things that are already moving in the right direction.


The bad:

Species are in decline

In September, the US Fish and Wildlife Service removed 23 species from the endangered list and declared them faded away. It came on the heels of a June United Nations Report announcing that human-caused climate change is worsening the biodiversity crisis. We have seen the decline of specific species, like Florida manatees, which have lost 10 percent of their population to starvation in 2021 because they could not find enough seagrass. We also had to consider this sobering fact: a million species, 25% of what exists on earth is threatened with extinction. And, as the UN report says, “Biodiversity loss and climate change are both driven by human economic activities and are mutually reinforcing. Neither will be resolved successfully unless both are addressed together.

Natural disasters are more and more frequent and intense

Every corner of the country has been hit by exceptionally brutal weather events, which scientists say are exacerbated by climate change. June heat domes in the northwest killed hundreds and August hurricanes in the southeast razed entire cities. Deadly tornadoes landed from Arkansas to Kentucky in December, and a California wildfire season that began last January has raged year round. In the pavement of these natural disasters, we have lost at least 500 people and suffered more than $ 18 billion in damage. The weather and climate are not the same thing, but the unusual number and strength of these deadly weather events point to the effects of global warming and how much worse things could be in the future.

Our energy infrastructure is more vulnerable than ever

Remember when the Texas power grid was destroyed by a winter storm in February that cut power to millions of people? Well Texans are just as vulnerable to another deep frost today. And the other major grid systems (the United States at three) find it difficult to protect themselves from currents natural disasters and prepare for future storms.

We have also found that our grids are unprepared for a range of critical new renewable sources. While certain state policies now encourage renewable energies, we do not yet have the infrastructure to support them. We need more high voltage transmission lines that can be linked to solar and wind power, and we need to find ways to integrate renewables on a small scale with public services.

Fossil fuel extraction is alive and well

We know that a rapid withdrawal from fossil fuels is essential to avoid a drastic rise in temperatures, but drilling and rental reform is not progressing very quickly at the federal level. Biden administration approved no more drilling permits on the public domain than the previous administration, opening over 80 million acres offshore for oil drilling. If we are to avoid catastrophic temperatures, next year we need the president to respect his campaign promise to finish fossil fuel subsidies, and we need Interior Department curb drilling on public lands and reform lease and license fees. These two achievable steps could push us in the right direction on emissions while helping the federal budget.

The West’s water supply is in a desperate strait

If you want proof that everything is connected, our energy system could soon be affected by the mega-drought that has ravaged much of the western United States. , their lowest levels ever recorded, triggering the first Colorado River water shortage declared. And these drops in water levels have a direct impact on Lake Powell’s Glen Canyon Dam, a major energy source for five million people in the region. Water levels could drop enough to impact the dam ability to create power somewhere this year.

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States compromise on water use

When the Colorado River water shortage was declared, it triggered the first in a series of reductions agreed to by states dependent on the river in 2019, starting with Arizona receiving less water after January 2022. These States also agreed to the very first voluntary agreement. reduction of their water consumption in December. It’s a sign of compromise and concession in a generally controversial battle, as the reality is that soon there won’t be enough for everyone.

We have returned to international climate conversations

One of the first actions of President Biden in office was a much celebrated commitment to to rejoin the Paris climate agreement and cut US emissions by 25 percent by 2025. But we are already behind these targets. And sadly, international climate talks have been milquetoast, especially this year’s COP26 in Glasgow, Scotland, where countries were supposed to revise the Paris agreement. Two of the biggest emitters, China and Russia, haven’t signed on, and the new emission reduction targets aren’t even close to what we need to avoid frying the planet. Plus, no one did a great job hitting the old goals anyway. Only Gambia that’s where it should be.

Congress passed some laws, but hampered significant climate progress

Speaking of milquetoast, Congress was fortunate to pass legislation that could address myriad threats to climate stability, food security, biodiversity, and the rest of our ecological health. But it has been an exhausting battle to get anything through a tightly-locked partisan Senate. In November, Congress passed the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, which addresses issues such as clean water and electricity. But West Virginia Senator Joe Manchin actually killed the Build Back Better Act last month, which would have done most of the necessary work to reduce emissions, including tax credits for electric vehicles. Without it, we’ll have a hard time getting closer to the emission levels we need to fight global warming. And the Biden administration is running out of time to act on the climate, as the midterm elections could change the balance of Congress.

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Electric vehicles are more and more popular

There is nothing like consumerism to motivate people to save the planet. Global sales of electric vehicles increased by 80% compared to last year. A group of automakers, including Ford, GM, Jaguar, Mercedes-Benz, Land Rover and Volvo, have signed a commitment for all of their new zero-emission cars by 2040. And sales are expected to continue to explode in 2022, as automakers roll out a range of new models, from Rivian trucks to compact Chevrolets.

More people are riding bikes

You know that boom in bike sales that happened at the start of the pandemic? People are riding bikes. Cycling is up to 10 percent across the country, and cities are building new cycle lanes to accommodate two-wheeler traffic.

Biden made excellent federal appointments

Deb Haaland made history when she was appointed Secretary of the Interior, becoming the first Native American to hold the post that oversees the Bureau of Indian Affairs, among many other departments. In less than a year, she oversaw the creation of new solar farms, the restoration of the Bears Ears National Monument in Utah, and the renaming of culturally insensitive places.

There have been other notable appointments to federal land management agencies. In four years, the Trump administration has failed to find a confirmed candidate to head the National Park Service. Biden’s candidate, Chuck Sams, has a long history in tribal government and natural resource management and was quickly confirmed as head of the Park Service. In October, Tracy Stone-Manning was sworn in as director of the Bureau of Land Management. She is also the first person to officially hold the post since the Obama administration. Both say staffing agencies is a priority. Sams also intends to address infrastructure and access issues, and Stone-Manning is considering crucial decarbonization.

Biden Reverses Much of Trump’s Dangerous Environmental Deregulation

President Biden reinstated crucial elements of environmental policy that President Trump had weakened or erased, such as the stringent requirements of the National Environment Policy Act and methane emission standards. Biden now looks to reinstating more than a hundred regulations Trump rescinded, a project that could take his entire mandate accomplish.

Public lands and natural resources regain their protection

The best news of the past year has come in the form of landscape protection. In Utah, Bears Ears and Grand Staircase – Escalante National Monuments have been restored, Alaska Bristol Bay was protected against a proposed mine. Oil leases have been suspended in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, and old trees have been protected in British Columbia. The Biden administration’s America the Beautiful initiative work retain 30 percent of the country by 2030, a goal that scientists say is important for slowing climate change. This year, we must continue our momentum for conservation. This will happen through sweeping federal designations, the preservation of local parks, and the conservation of private lands.

This year looks like a turning point. The basics are in place and we know what we need to do. Now we have to do it.


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Damon unveils electrifying HyperFighter family of motorcycles at CES https://digitalbicycle.org/damon-unveils-electrifying-hyperfighter-family-of-motorcycles-at-ces/ Wed, 05 Jan 2022 20:00:00 +0000 https://digitalbicycle.org/damon-unveils-electrifying-hyperfighter-family-of-motorcycles-at-ces/ High-performance electric streetfighter motorcycles built on HyperDrive technology, CES 2022 Innovation Award winners LAS VEGAS, January 5, 2022– (COMMERCIAL THREAD) –Damon motors today officially unveiled the latest edition of its motorcycle family: HyperFighter, a raw, muscular and electrifying streetfighter motorcycle designed for a new generation of urban bikers. The company presented the HyperFighter Colossus motorcycle, […]]]>

High-performance electric streetfighter motorcycles built on HyperDrive technology, CES 2022 Innovation Award winners

LAS VEGAS, January 5, 2022– (COMMERCIAL THREAD) –Damon motors today officially unveiled the latest edition of its motorcycle family: HyperFighter, a raw, muscular and electrifying streetfighter motorcycle designed for a new generation of urban bikers. The company presented the HyperFighter Colossus motorcycle, as well as a future model, HyperFighter Unlimited, which comes in two power options. The HyperFighter is derived from Damon’s award-winning first bike, the HyperSport, and is based on the company’s revolutionary HyperDrive ™ technology. HyperDrive is the world’s first multi-variant, 100% electric unibody powertrain; which also received a CES 2022 Innovation Award. To learn more about HyperFighter, watch this video.

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Damon unveils electrifying HyperFighter electric streetfighter motorcycles at CES (Photo: Business Wire)

“Forget what you know about traditional streetfighters. Much like HyperSport has done for the sports bike segment, the HyperFighter is disrupting the streetfighters category with revolutionary technology not found on any other bike, ”said Jay Giraud, co- founder and CEO of Damon Motors. “The HyperFighter is a demon stripped of a bike that’s not for the faint of heart. We’re thrilled to give the naked sport bike fanatic everything he wants, and with HyperDrive serving as the core, Damon can. continue to innovate and evolve rapidly to bring the world’s most electrifying motorcycles to market. “

In addition to being equipped with HyperDrive, all HyperFighter motorcycles have:

  • Co-pilot – Advanced 360˚ warning system that uses radar, cameras and non-visual sensors to track the speed, direction and speed of up to 64 moving objects around the motorcycle for unprecedented situational awareness

  • Change – At the push of a button, patented electronic ergonomics allow riders to transform their riding position with adjustable handlebar position and a retractable windshield to dramatically reduce wind resistance and increase long-term comfort, while moving

  • Personalization – Design your ride with HyperFighter Unlimited body kits and customizable graphics packages. Whether you are a commuter, track cyclist, or stuntman, there are options for everyone to create their own unique bike. Online configurator available later in Q1-22

Colossus HyperFighter
East. $ 485 / month (or US $ 35,000)

  • 20kWh battery

  • 200HP

  • > 200 Nm of torque

  • 0-60 <3 seconds

  • 0-100 <5 seconds

  • Top speed of 170 mph

  • 146 mile range

  • High-end rims and body kit

HyperFighter Unlimited 20
East. $ 357 / month (or $ 25,000 USD)

  • 20kWh battery

  • 200HP

  • > 200 Nm of torque

  • 0-60 <3 seconds

  • 0-100 <5 seconds

  • Top speed of 170 mph

  • 146 mile range

HyperFighter Unlimited 15
East. $ 264 / month (or US $ 19,000)

  • 15kWh battery

  • 150HP

  • > 200 Nm of torque

  • 0-60 <3 seconds

  • 0-100 <5 seconds

  • Top speed of 150 mph

  • 120 mile range

“HyperFighter pays homage to yesterday’s streetfighters while looking ahead with unmatched safety and performance for which Damon is known the world over,” said Derek Dorresteyn, CTO, Damon Motors. “We have built an amazing, state-of-the-art motorcycle that will appeal to both longtime streetfighter enthusiasts and new riders alike.”

All HyperFighter motorcycles can be reserved with a fully refundable deposit (Colossus models for $ 250 and HyperFighter Unlimited for only $ 100). To be one of the first in line for HyperFighter, and to learn more about Damon Motors, visit damon.com.

About Damon Motors
Damon Motors is a global technology leader disrupting urban mobility. Based in Vancouver, Canada, Damon believes the future of motorcycling is smarter, safer, more exhilarating and personal when there is a fusion of human and machine. Its mission is to protect cyclists with technology that adapts to humans and not the other way around. Starting with HyperSport, Damon reinvented the relationship between the bike and the cyclist – erasing the gap to make them one. Anchored by its exclusive HyperDrive ™ electric powertrain, the company has stunned the motorcycle world by unleashing blazing speed, fierce design and epic new technologies like CoPilot ™ and Shift ™. Damon continues to push the boundaries to create global impact and change the perception of mobility and security.

For more information on how Damon technology sets the new industry standard, please visit damon.com.

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2021 Bicycle Rack Market Size Analysis by Major Key Players https://digitalbicycle.org/2021-bicycle-rack-market-size-analysis-by-major-key-players/ Wed, 05 Jan 2022 02:56:08 +0000 https://digitalbicycle.org/2021-bicycle-rack-market-size-analysis-by-major-key-players/ New Jersey, United States, – The global Bicycle Racks market report comprises the in-depth analysis that covers core regional trends, market dynamics, and provides the market size at the national level of the market industry. Some major aspects considered during the research included product description, product classification, industry structure, various players in the Bicycle Racks […]]]>

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The report focuses on the global companies operating in the Bicycle Rack market providing data points such as company profiles, product image and description, capacity, production, value, revenue and contact information. This research provides key statistics on the state of the industry and is an important source of direction and direction for companies and individuals involved in the market. In addition to CAGR forecast, various other parameters such as year-over-year market growth, qualitative and quantitative information are presented. Key points such as market size, value, volume, product portfolio, market explanation and classification are shown. Additionally, current trends, technological advancements in the Bicycle Racks market are explained.

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The main players covered by the bicycle rack markets:

  • Thule Group
  • Hollywood media
  • SARIS CYCLING GROUP
  • CAR COMPANION
  • Allen Sports
  • Dry
  • Uebler
  • Yakima products
  • Rhino-Rack
  • Atera GmbH
  • Alpaca carriers
  • Rocky mountains
  • VDL Hapro
  • Chemineau
  • Cruzber
  • Kuat
  • Mont-Blanc Group

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Market breakdown of bicycle carriers by type:

  • Rear and hitch bike carriers
  • Roof mounted bicycle racks
  • Others

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Based on geography: North America (United States, Canada and Mexico), Europe (Germany, France, United Kingdom, Russia and Italy), Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, Korea, India and Southeast Asia), South America (Brazil, Argentina and Colombia, etc.), Middle East and Africa (Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Egypt, Nigeria and South Africa).

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Aventon Soltera launched as a low-cost commuter electric bike with hidden battery https://digitalbicycle.org/aventon-soltera-launched-as-a-low-cost-commuter-electric-bike-with-hidden-battery/ Tue, 04 Jan 2022 18:04:00 +0000 https://digitalbicycle.org/aventon-soltera-launched-as-a-low-cost-commuter-electric-bike-with-hidden-battery/ Aventon is highly regarded in the electric bicycle industry for its quality workmanship. With the new Aventon Soltera electric bike, the brand is now bringing its expertise to the more affordable end of the spectrum. The lower-cost model still showcases the company’s high-quality workmanship and looks like it can outperform other competitors in the category […]]]>

Aventon is highly regarded in the electric bicycle industry for its quality workmanship. With the new Aventon Soltera electric bike, the brand is now bringing its expertise to the more affordable end of the spectrum. The lower-cost model still showcases the company’s high-quality workmanship and looks like it can outperform other competitors in the category in terms of features.

The Aventon Soltera is first and foremost a metro style electric bike designed for cyclists in the city.

It is available either in a traditional diamond frame or more accessible lower level option. Both frame styles offer two sizes to better accommodate a range of riders. While most e-bikes these days are heavy models loaded with big motors and batteries, the Soltera is a type of e-bike to throw over your shoulder and jump down the stairs.

The new lightweight model tips the scales at just 41 lbs (18.6 kg). While this is quite heavy compared to a non-electric hipster fixie, it is well below average for most city e-bikes in this class.

The minimalist design includes both throttle-activated electric assist and traditional pedal assist, meaning riders can put in as much or as little effort as they want.

The Soltera is positioned as a simple, low-maintenance metro electric bike for commuters.

As the company explained:

The sleek, minimalist design is reminiscent of Aventon’s performance cycling roots, but with an electric charge. The performance-inspired geometric frame allows for a more aggressive driving style with room to still enjoy a relaxed ride. Maneuver your way through town using the stealthy yet powerful motor, equipped with both throttle and pedal assist. Or if you’re looking for a challenge, step onto the Soltera using your own strength and willpower.

To give riders a choice of transmissions, the Soltera is available in a single-speed version (for $ 1,199) or a seven speed (for $ 1,299).

A 350W rear hub motor powers the bike up to a top speed of 20 mph (32 km / h), keeping the e-bike within Class 2 regulations in the United States.

The Aventon Soltera runs on 700C wheels and sports either rim brakes on the single-speed or mechanical disc brakes on the seven-speed.

LED lighting is integrated into the bike with an illuminated headlight on the bars and a tail light integrated directly into the rear seatstay tubes (the part of the frame that runs down from the seat post to the rear wheel).

It’s a move we’ve seen Aventon pull off before, and that means there’s no bulky taillight hanging off the back of the bike. It also provides illumination on either side of the bike when viewed from either rear angle.

One of the ways Aventon has helped save a few pounds may be the Soltera’s somewhat smaller battery, rated at just 360Wh (36V 10Ah). The lockable battery is designed to be completely hidden in the frame, but is also removable for recharging on the bike. So the design requires a slightly smaller capacity battery.

Aventon has always exceeded expectations with honest, transparent line specs based on real-world driving data, and this time around is no different. The company says the battery should provide a range of 32 km (20 miles) when driving on the accelerator alone and between 35 and 101 km (22 to 63 miles) when using pedal assist, depending on the selected pedaling assistance level. Real-world range tests for each of the pedal assist levels and throttle-only driving are listed below.

Aventon’s feature-rich smartphone app also integrates with the detailed color LCD display.

The Aventon Soltera is available in five colors of black, red, blue, yellow or green.

Runners can already place an order for the Soltera on Aventon website, although not all options are available yet.

Electrek Will also be getting a bike for a full review soon, so be sure to check back too!

Taking Electek

There’s some serious value here, and I’m excited to see the budget-level commuter bike space starting to get premium offerings.

As much as I love the RadMission Electric Subway Bike which is often used as a benchmark for minimalist city e-bikes, I’m not sure it can compete with some of these features. For the same price as the single-speed Aventon Soltera, you get a sleeker design, a 15% lighter bike, a much nicer screen, better lighting, and better app support. However, the 350W motor and 360Wh battery are both smaller than those in the RadMission, and no company can match Rad’s extensive local service options. Maybe the $ 899 Ariel Rider Rider would be a better comparison, although it certainly isn’t as stylish as the Soltera. And neither company has demonstrated manufacturing prowess that comes close to beautifully produced Aventon frames with their buttery smooth welds.

As much as I like these rear lights integrated into the frame, I am also a little worried that they can be easily blocked by saddlebags. While the number of riders with rear bags is of course a small percentage, so I guess they could just turn on a flashing light on the back of their rack and call it a day (or night).

And of course, we have to note that there is no luggage rack or mudguard included on the bike as standard equipment, although these can be added.

All in all, though, I think there is some serious value here and the bike looks like a winner. If they added a free luggage rack and fenders, that would be a pretty good deal. But even on a naked bike, it looks good to me!

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