How to Move the Sun: Stellar Engines

How to Move the Sun: Stellar Engines

Nothing in the universe is static. In the Milky Way, billions of stars orbit the galactic center. Some, like our Sun, are pretty consistent, keeping a distance of around 30,000 light years from the galactic center, completing an orbit every 230 million years. This dance is not an orderly ballet, more like a skating rink filled with DrUnK toddlers. This chaos makes the galaxy dangerous. Our solar neighborhood is constantly…

5 Mistakes Every Cyclist Has Made Before A Bike Ride

5 Mistakes Every Cyclist Has Made Before A Bike Ride

– It helps the enjoyment and training effectiveness of your cycling, by avoiding, at all costs, these pre-ride mistakes. – Don’t do it. Or do it. (upbeat music) – Now this is a classic mistake that we’ve all made at some point in our cycling career. Filling up on too much breakfast before a ride, leaving us feeling bloated, nauseous, and in no fit state to train effectively at all….

5 Ways To Improve Your Average Speed On A Triathlon Bike – Cycle Faster!

5 Ways To Improve Your Average Speed On A Triathlon Bike – Cycle Faster!

– Okay, let’s be honest. Most of use ride out bikes because we like to ride them fast whether it’s motivated by results, trying to beat your mates on a Sunday club ride, or simply because you like to gloat when you post it online. We all want to go fast, but how do we make ourselves faster? Here are my top five tips on how to improve your average…

Toyota To Launch Fuel Cell Car Next Month To Be Called Mirai

Toyota To Launch Fuel Cell Car Next Month To Be Called Mirai

Toyota Fuel Cell Vehicle Due In 2015 To Be Called Called Mirai Imagine driving a car with no harmful emissions, that could go for 300 miles, and be filled back up in 3-5 minutes. That’s the reality of Toyota’s upcoming fuel cell vehicle, which today has been confirmed as the Mirai. The vehicle will go on sale in Japan in April 2015 and should be in U.S. showrooms by the…

Winter Tips To Beat The Cold On The Bike

Winter Tips To Beat The Cold On The Bike

– It’s raining, it’s cold, should we just go to the pub? – No Neil, it’s cold winter and we’ve got a few cool hacks to keep you guys nice and cozy on your bike out there on a wet trail. (booming beats) – So the first thing to get cold, is your extremities; your hands and your feet, but I’ve come prepared Blake, I’ve got waterproof gloves and socks…

How to Stop Gas Leaks on Lawn Mowers and Small Engine Carburetors, Fuel Tanks etc.

How to Stop Gas Leaks on Lawn Mowers and Small Engine Carburetors, Fuel Tanks etc.

(Intro Music ♪ ♫) Hi, my name’s Adam and I’m going to be covering gas leaks. Now when you see gas leaking out of your mower it can be easy just a call the repairman and think that all is lost; but there are simple ways to identify the problem and possibly repair yourself and save some money. The first thing you need to do is wipe it off and…

E Bike Vs Car: The Commute Challenge | Which Is Best For Getting To Work?

E Bike Vs Car: The Commute Challenge | Which Is Best For Getting To Work?

– It’s no secret that I love commuting into work via my E-Mountain Bike. Makes me arrive at the office feeling revitalized, energized for the day ahead. Sometimes though, I do have to drive a car and I swear, it takes longer, it’s more stressful trying to find parking, things like that. It’s not a good start to the day. So I decided I’m going to crunch some numbers; E-Bike…

How To Ride 100 Miles On Your Bike When You Haven’t Done The Training

How To Ride 100 Miles On Your Bike When You Haven’t Done The Training

– Sound familiar? You’ve signed up for a hundred mile ride. And maybe it’s for charity but you haven’t been able to get the training in and you’re nervous. I mean, you’re really nervous. – Yeah. It’s not surprising really because riding a century is a pretty big deal but we think we can get you round one if you follow this advice. (upbeat music) – On one hand, we…

Peter’s Travels – a motorcycle adventure in Nepal

Peter’s Travels – a motorcycle adventure in Nepal

My name is Peter van der Graaf and I am traveling with my motorcycle from The Netherlands to Australia. This movie is about my time in Nepal, but first let me summarize the previous two months in Pakistan and India. Riding with Martin through Pakistan was sometimes a bit stressful. Mainly because of the police overprotecting us for almost three weeks, making sure the only way we were experiencing the…