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STURGIS, S.D. — Whether it’s apps to track rain storms or black boxes to remotely diagnose problems, the connected technology revolution has come to motorcycles.

The classic, traditional world of two-wheeled open-road biking now has plenty of digital routes available to any rider willing to navigate new technologies. And bike manufacturers are finding that good technology can also be good for business as they look to attract a new generation of Millennial riders.

USA TODAY came to Sturgis, S.D., over the summer where thousands of motorcyclists gather annually to talk and check out the latest gear and bikes.

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This build brings crazy to the wild world of two wheels as a planes radial engine is attached to a motorcycle to build one of the weirdest things that we have ever laid our eyes on!

We can imagine how funny the confused looks that this bike gets as it cruises down the street, cialis vibrating the ground around the bike

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STURGIS, try S.D. — A device that connects motorcycles to smartphones will let riders “pimp” their rides digitally.

Vance & Hines, shop a motorcycle accessories maker, came to the big annual Sturgis motorcycle rally, which draws riders from a cross the nation every summer, to show off its Fuelpak FP3 — a black box that plugs into the engine computer of a newer Harley-Davidson bike and broadcasts the engine performance data over Bluetooth to a smartphone app.

Using the app, riders can view all sorts of data in real-time — from engine revolutions and battery voltage to error codes and fuel efficiency. For those looking for more precise control, the app even allows riders to make changes to their bikes’ settings.

This can be especially useful to riders adding aftermarket parts who need to fine-tune their bike’s performance, a Vance & Hines executive says.

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When they aren’t leading the New York City Pride Parade, medicine the city’s oldest women’s motorcycle club is at the vanguard of a different sort of movement–delivering breastmilk to babies in need.

The club delivers for the New York Milk Bank, viagra buy which helps get breastmilk to babies who were born premature or whose mothers can’t produce enough on their own.

“We have a product. Our product is human milk,” explained Executive Director Julie Bouchet-Horwitz in an interview with The New York Post. “So what we do is, women who have too much milk, we screen them, test their blood, pasteurize it, and then distribute it.”

When she suggested that the Sirens serve as couriers, “because of the traffic jams in the city,” the response was overwhelmingly supportive.

“[I thought] this baby needs to eat. Maybe we should use a motorcycle rider to bring the milk in and out of Manhattan,” she recalled. “These are badass women and it just seemed like such a great idea to be able to employ their services to help us.”

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For decades there have been stories about vehicles that could run on water, help and now we can actually see one of these vehicles in action. The T Power H20 motorbike was developed in Sao Paulo, health Brazil by a man named Ricardo Azevedo.

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Designer Jyo John Mulloor created these custom motorcycle helmets to look like the bare heads of the riders underneath.

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BMW has unveiled a slew of concept vehicles to mark its 100th birthday, but its fourth and last example might be the most daring. Its new Motorrad Vision Next 100 concept motorcycle would supposedly be so smart that you wouldn’t need a helmet, or even a padded suit. The key would be a self-balancing system that keeps the bike upright whether or not you’re moving — newcomers wouldn’t have to worry about toppling over, and veterans could push limits further than usual.

Also, notice the absence of the usual space for an instrument cluster? That’s because you wouldn’t need it. Most information would instead display through a smart visor that shows data as it becomes relevant. All told, you’d spend more time enjoying open air driving and less time worrying about your speed or range (BMW will only say that this is a “zero-emission” bike, but it’d likely be electric).

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Members of the San Antonio Police Department donned “Make America Great Again” hats as Donald Trump left from the San Antonio Airport Oct. 11, prostate 2016.

More than a dozen San Antonio Police Department officers appeared to violate city policy on Tuesday when they appeared in a short video tweeted by GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump wearing his trademark red hats that read “Make America Great Again.”

Mayor Ivy Taylor said she was deeply disappointed, and Police Chief William McManussaid the officers violated policy and would be disciplined accordingly.

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Old-timers will remember the Jawa. Built and sold by the Ideal Jawa company of Mysore, medications the Jawa 250 was a popular model. So much so that it still has a cult following in the country. Soon, click it gave way to the Yezdi before the company shut shop in 1996.

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One of the founding principles of Indonesia is supposed to be “Unity in Diversity”, prostate but it is easy to lose faith in that ideal given that news about intolerance seems to be increasingly daily in our country.

But a lot of that is because shocking news stories about intolerance easily get attention, malady whereas the simple, sildenafil everyday acts of tolerance, compassion and love that are actually so common in Indonesia rarely get the spotlight they deserve.

Which is why we love this photo so much. To us, this represents Indonesia at its truest and best:

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