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February 08, 2010


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Looks like a wonderful weekend.....Why is Toowoomba so far away!!!???? Would have loved to be there! Glad to see it was a success!
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I feel that the motorcycle is the way to go when it comes to saving fuel while looking cool. When you are in a stuffy car you are cramped in vehicle with other people. A motorcycle is a form of transportation that represents freedom. I see motorcycles as a valid form of auto transportation.

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really i don't know that they produce fewer total emissions.... thanks for sharing this info with us.....

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Excellent points. I'm glad that I came across your blog. Thanks.

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It was very surprising to me to learn that motorcycles actually pump out more pollution that cars. It's also interesting the way that they are marketed, I think everyone knows that they get good gas mileage but I've never seen any kind of advertisement that also hits on this point.

Markin Ambuh

Motorcycle is my no 1 transport no matter what.


You can drive a scooter to and from work and save tons of gas and will definately produce fewer total emissions per person.

Bi Sadong

I can only afford a motorcyle.

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Hey everyone. Interesting idea for a blog. I have been checking out a lot of blogs and forums recently. Some are really informative some are entertaining and some are a real crack up. I've got to admit it, good job on this blog, I'll be sure to look in again real soon.

Rikk Taft

I'm hoping to pull the bike out of the basement now that the snow is gone and started riding it to work. I currently have a 2001 Honda VFR800 yes, I used to have the 1000cc race bikes as a statement to all my friends but, I have realized that the motorcycle can be used for more then just show. I get about 45 miles per gallon and commute 100+ miles per day. Ny car gets about 30 on cruise at 68mph. I use the bike whenever possible but, I live in New England so it is no where near as much as I would like.

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IMHO, Car-pooling is definitely greener and a safer option than riding a bike. I think car pooling is great and should be enforced by law across the country.

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Yeah they are the best but i this country is like to suicide to ride one because the cars, bus and trucks don't respect us and ride as bicycle is the worse one.

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Car pooling is indeed a great alternative, but it's just a temporary solution. To have a more prominent and long-term effect on reducing carbon emission, the US gov must look to alternative energy sources to power our vehicles.

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