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cyclist and young
Trained athletes or young healthy individuals may also have a slow resting heart rate ( e. g. professional cyclist Miguel Indurain had a resting heart rate of 28 beats per minute ).
The parking of tour buses along the street caused controversy in September 2008 when a young cyclist was killed by a bus as it turned out of a parking spot.
The small cycle shop offered prizes in cycle races, resulting in Hubert Opperman winning a prize in 1921, and impressing Small so much that a job was offered to the young cyclist.
When the team received an invitation to the 1985 Giro d ' Italia, one of the Grand Tours of Europe, a young American cyclist based in Europe named Andy Hampsten was added to the team under a 30-day contract for the race.
When Sastre was young, professional cyclist Francisco Ignacio San Román lived in his parents's house during military service.

cyclist and fellow
In spite of the fact that Oldfield had still never driven an automobile, he and fellow racing cyclist Tom Cooper purchased both test vehicles when Ford offered to sell them for $ 800.
Ormaetxea was a passenger in an Audi A3 driven by fellow cyclist Joseba Albizu of team Euskaltel-Euskadi when the car overturned after leaving the road near the town of Deba at approximately 6: 40 am.
Clutch — Frazz's friend & fellow runner / cyclist.

cyclist and is
This strange person quarrels with a cyclist because the latter is using the path rather than the highroad.
that is, on the basis of his own sinfulness and abject wretchedness, Piepsam becomes a prophet who in his ecstasy and in the name of God imprecates doom on Life -- not only the cyclist now, but the audience, the world, as well: `` all you light-headed breed ''.
The cyclist, by contrast, blond and blue-eyed, is simply unreflective, unproblematic Life, `` blithe and carefree ''.
But he is more interesting than the others, the ones who come from the highroad to watch him, more interesting than Life considered as a cyclist.
A person who rides a bicycle is called a cyclist, or bicyclist.
For example in the Netherlands, the law assumes the stronger participant ( e. g. a car driver ) is liable in the case of an accident with a weaker participant ( e. g. a cyclist ) unless it can be proved that the cyclist's behavior could not have been expected.
One concern often expressed ( both by non-cyclists and some cyclists ) is the thought that riding in traffic exposes the cyclist to higher levels of air pollution, especially if he or she travels on or along busy roads.
It is possible to close the grooves of the tracks on critical sections by rubber profiles that are pressed down by the wheelflanges of the passing tram but that cannot be lowered by the weight of a cyclist.
" Waiting for Godot is clearly not about track cycling, but it is said that Beckett himself did wait for French cyclist Roger Godeau ( 1920 – 2000 ; a professional cyclist from 1943 to 1961 ), outside the velodrome in Roubaix.
* Recumbent bicycles are designed for variety of recreational and utility purposes, but are characterised by the reclined riding position in which the cyclist is seated.
The cyclist is very hazy at about 200m ( 219 yards ).
The Southside is connected to downtown Binghamton by the State Street Bridge, Exchange Street Bridge, Tompkins Street Bridge and the historic pedestrian and cyclist only South Washington Street Bridge.
* Jeremy Powers is a professional racing cyclist riding for Cannondale.
Spencer is also an avid endurance cyclist, racing in several national cycling events.
Orwell is the birthplace of General Adna Chaffee, and of Russell Allen, as of 2006 the oldest living American Olympic cyclist.
Abingdon is also the final stop along the Virginia Creeper Trail, which allows pedestrian, cyclist and equestrian traffic.
The bicycles were his own: he is a keen cyclist, owning an early Burrows Windcheetah as well as a mountain bike fitted with an early front monoblade.
The mountain achieved worldwide notoriety when it claimed the life of British cyclist Tom Simpson, who died here on July 13, 1967 from heat exhaustion caused by a combination of factors including dehydration ( caused by lack of fluid intake and diarrhea ), amphetamines, and alcohol, although there is still speculation as to the exact cause of his death.
For cyclist, the same approach is used with the lens blackened out for a bicycle frame.
* Sports Illustrated magazine announces that cyclist Lance Armstrong is their Sportsman of the Year.
Corking allows the mass to engage in a variety of activities, such as forming a cyclone, lifting their bikes in a tradition known as a " Bike Lift " ( in Chicago this is referred to as a Chicago hold-up ), or to perform a " die-in " where riders lie on the ground with their bikes to symbolise cyclist deaths and injuries caused by automobiles, very popular in Montreal.

cyclist and named
She has two siblings ; an older brother named Todd, an actor and avid cyclist, and a younger brother named Schuyler.
In the Brisbane City Centre Draft Masterplan, a new crossing immediately adjacent to the Victoria Bridge, tentatively named the Adelaide Street Bridge ( the name of the connecting street in the CBD ), will carry pedestrian, cyclist, bus and possibly light-rail traffic, freeing up the Victoria Bridge for general road traffic as it was before.
The La Mama Theatre and Courthouse Theatre are also in this area, as is the heritage-listed neon sign at Borsari's Corner, named after Italian cyclist Nino Borsari, on the corner of Grattan Street.
Joined by Savage's then-girlfriend Pollock, the band named themselves after Tour de France winning cyclist, Pedro Delgado.
His name is forever immortalised, as one of the turns of the epic climb of Alpe D ' Huez in the Tour de France is now named after this infamous Portuguese cyclist and " Sportinguista ".
The CEF eventually numbered 260 numbered infantry battalions, two named infantry battalions ( The Royal Canadian Regiment and Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry ), 13 mounted rifle regiments, 13 railway troop battalions, 5 pioneer battalions, as well as numerous ancillary units including field and heavy artillery batteries, ambulance, medical, dental, forestry, labour, tunnelling, cyclist, and service units.
The band are named after a professional cyclist Djamolidine Abdoujaparov, from Uzbekistan.

cyclist and identified
After failing to make the Australian rowing team for the Sydney Olympics she quit the sport but was identified as a cyclist with potential.
The cyclist with the least accumulated time was the race leader, identified by the yellow jersey ; the winner of this classification is considered the winner of the Tour.
The cyclist with the most points lead the classification, and was identified with a green jersey.
The cyclist with the most points lead the classification, and was identified with a polkadot jersey.
For the general classification, these times were added up ; the cyclist with the least accumulated time ( after compensating for time bonuses and / or time penalties ) was the race leader, identified by the yellow jersey.
For the general classification, these times were added up ; the cyclist with the least accumulated time was the race leader, identified by the yellow jersey.

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