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How to use sugar on your lawn as an inexpensive fertilizer! (It's cheap and it WORKS!) www.FunCheapOrFree.com

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Looking to improve your bike maintenance skills? Check out our bike maintenance infographic below to learn the skills you need to make sure your bike is in tip-top condition - no matter what you put it through!

Looking to improve your bike maintenance skills? Check out our bike maintenance infographic below to learn the skills you need to make sure your bike is in tip-top condition - no matter what you put it through!

TOP TEN WAYS TO AVOID A SORE ASS WHEN CYCLING: http://thecyclingbug.co.uk/bugfeed/videos/b/weblog/archive/2015/05/12/top-10-ways-to-avoid-a-sore-ass-when-cycling.aspx?utm_source=Pinterest&utm_medium=Pinterest%20Post&utm_campaign=ad It's a common issue whilst cycling, but here are some top tips to avoid the dreaded num bum... #thecyclingbug #cycling #bike #bicycle #CyclingAdvice #CyclingTips #butt #bum

TOP TEN WAYS TO AVOID A SORE ASS WHEN CYCLING: http://thecyclingbug.co.uk/bugfeed/videos/b/weblog/archive/2015/05/12/top-10-ways-to-avoid-a-sore-ass-when-cycling.aspx?utm_source=Pinterest&utm_medium=Pinterest%20Post&utm_campaign=ad It's a common issue whilst cycling, but here are some top tips to avoid the dreaded num bum... #thecyclingbug #cycling #bike #bicycle #CyclingAdvice #CyclingTips #butt #bum

Being stuck in the middle of nowhere, dozens of miles from home with no cell phone reception and a broken down bike certainly warrants a total freak out moment. But don’t start hyperventilating just yet. Follow this guide to prepare yourself for the possibility of a bike breakdown so that you can avoid an emotional breakdown.

Being stuck in the middle of nowhere, dozens of miles from home with no cell phone reception and a broken down bike certainly warrants a total freak out moment. But don’t start hyperventilating just yet. Follow this guide to prepare yourself for the possibility of a bike breakdown so that you can avoid an emotional breakdown.