KTM ADVENTURE RALLY RIDERS OFFERED THE KTM ULTIMATE RACE OPPORTUNITY AT THE UPCOMING 2ND ANNUAL CANADIAN KTM ADVENTURE RALLY IN SILVERSTAR,BCFor those who are attending this year’s KTM ADVENTURE RALLIES on a twin cylinder KTM ADVENTURE bike, KTM is excited to announce the possibility to compete for a place at the Ultimate Race – an event that will take place as part of the 2019 Merzouga Rally in Morocco with a fully supported ride on the all-new KTM 790 ADVENTURE R.
KTM Canada is giving you the chance to prove you’ve got what it takes.The KTM Ultimate Race is a unique chance to compete at the KTM Merzouga Rally for the top two qualifiers from each KTM Adventure Rally from across the world.com for more details.ktm.
Please note that no professional riders will be admissible to the KTM Ultimate Race challenge. is excited to announce that qualified registrants of the 2nd Annual KTM Adventure Rally Canada will have the unique opportunity to compete for two spots during its three-day Canadian Rally in Silverstar Mountain, British-Columbia on September 27th to 29th, 2018.To get to the Ultimate Race, rallygoers must first nab one of the two winning spots at a KTM rally (along with the Canadian event, competitors at events in Italy, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, and the US can also qualify).
The winning qualifying riders will receive airfare and hotel accommodations to the 2019 KTM Merzouga Rally. There, they’ll be aboard fully-supported KTM 790 Adventure bikes, navigating through the desert over five days at the same time as the rally participants.
The top two Electric Barrow from participating KTM Adventure Rallies across the world will earn a fully-supported ride on the all-new KTM 790 ADVENTURE R to be a part of the epic five-day Merzouga Rally in 2019. To win, riders must conquer a string of challenges, including unguided route navigation, timed off-road enduro runs, and wheel changes strength tests with a KTM 1290 Super Adventure R. Riders will be coached by some of the world’s finest KTM riders and be treated like factory supported riders while they navigate through epic terrain
Fatal Dreams #3, Each of the Fatal Dreams books can be read as a standalone. While this one didn't quite have the same umph as Roads last three books it was still a fantastic read. Very deep in the internal conflict of recognizing who they are together and what they are becoming. A dark fairy tale/folklore at the root of it all tells a tale of never ending love and the power it holds and the reincarnated souls that carry on that power.
Thomas Brown lost the ability to see color when his step father tried to kick his face in, the resulting damage caused serious problems to the optic nerve. He also has the ability to see a person's "death shadow" which tells him basically how evil a person really is and after a person dies it can show him the person's life up until their death. Helena Greyse was tried and convicted for a murder she never committed and spent the last ten years fighting for her life. Helen survived many attacks while in prison some that should have killed her, even her last night there she barely made it out with her life. When they meet for the first time, the day Helen was released, they both knew their lives have unequivocally changed. Helen has brought color to Thomas' life and for the first time in ten years Helen felt safe with Thomas. Thomas and Helen's lives are tied together in so many ways but there is still one giant obstacle for them to overcome. Can their love overcome this common enemy who has been a source of pain for them both?
Overall, this book was outstanding it's an emotional read, it's dark, it's paranormal, it's suspenseful, it's heavy on the internal conflict without the characters sounding whiny and useless. They are each other's strength, they are the balm for their souls it's a beautiful insta-love romance. The external conflict wasn't as traumatizing for me as the other two, it was still bad but it almost feels like it was glossed over and leaves you with just assuming how bad the events were; but it was still good and I loved the conclusion.
Really I don't have any interest in talking about race. What I want is to be a better human in a way that is helpful to other human beings. Oluo is someone I follow on Twitter. Her writing is wonderfully clear and straightforward and also surprisingly kind. But so practical! Mostly I try to avoid ever talking to anyone about anything, but this book lays out for me concrete times and places and ways to use my privilege to benefit others. Surprisingly kind because withstanding a lifetime of abuse by society should enrage everyone. Our culture is cruel and dehumanizing and grossly unfair, and some days it is all I can do not to run screaming. This is what we have made and it is awful and cruel and murderous. It is prejudiced and short sighted and stupid and it is only the astounding grace and kindness of individuals in the worst moments that make it worthwhile.
I want to make life easier and better and more just for everyone and I thank Oluo for taking the time to share her wisdom and determination and to encourage me forward in the light. Right now feels very dark, so I am grateful to all those who can show me a way forward and give me hope not just that we can do better, but that we will rise up and choose to do better. Sometimes just looking after those closest to me is all I can manage and not even do that well. But more often I can listen, and learn, and witness, and maybe, just a little more, I can speak. And remember, every day that humankind is my business.