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Bunyan Velo

If you love traveling on a bicycle youŽll know it is the ultimate way to experience a place and its people. Lucas Winzenburg is the editor of a beautiful cycling publication called Bunyan Velo, now in its third edition. Bunyan Velo is a quarterly collection of stunning photographs, essays, and stories celebrating the simple pleasures of traveling by bicycle. Bunyan Velo is online for free.



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JANAPAR | THE RIDE OF A LIFETIME | Image

JANAPAR | THE RIDE OF A LIFETIME

If you enjoy a great adventure and a moving love story then check out Janapar. The book describes twenty-three-year-old Tom AllenŽs amazing tale of adventure when he sets off from his English village to cycle around the world. But fate had other ideas...during the trip Tom meets and unexpectedly falls in love with a feisty Iranian-Armenian girl that changes his plans. The touching tale of love in wild & wonderful places was written in a book funded b...
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CAPILANO SUSPENSION BRIDGE PARK | Image

CAPILANO SUSPENSION BRIDGE PARK

The Capilano Suspension Bridge Park offers visitors a unique mix of adventure, history and culture, it lets you appreciate nature from three breathtaking perspectives - the Suspension Bridge, the Treetops Adventure and the exciting Cliffwalk (not for the faint hearted). Located in Vancouver, British Columbia, in a spectacular West Coast rainforest, the park lets you enjoy the thrill of crossing the 450-foot (137m) swaying bridge, suspended 230 feet (70m)...
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GEORGE LUCAS A LIFE

George Lucas: A Life is the long-awaited life-story of the cinema legend and Star Wars creator. This is the first biography of the director to encompass the Star Wars prequels and everything that followed, such as the blockbuster series with Indiana Jones. The book takes us back to 1977, where a problem-plagued, budget-straining independent science-fiction film opened in a mere thirty-two American movie theaters. That was of course The Star Wars, now one of the most...
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