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text 2017-06-13 08:10
Recumbent Trike Carrier and Tandem Bike Rack to Carry Cycle or Bike in Easy Way to Long Distances

Recumbent trike carriers are available in a variety of sizes and shapes. Some of them come with crank out front or short wheelbase or with the crank behind the front wheel or with long wheelbase. Some of them have handlebars and some don’t have. The best thing about the recumbent bike racks is that they hold your bikes securely and will accommodate all the different designs and sizes in the impressive way.


They are adjustable to any wheelbase; while front wheels can be turned 90 degrees to decrease width behind vehicle. They fit all receivers as well as roof model. You will get racks for two recumbent or one recumbent and one mountain or road bike. They are made of steel with durable electra-coat finish. All essential safety and quality standards are followed to ensure that they are working well. Before delivering, they are tested to ensure that they are capable to carry tour trikes, bikes or cycles in the most impressive way. You can also use them for various other purpose at the time of moving from location to another through your SUV, car or any other vehicle.



Now, you can buy recumbent trike carrier or choose the latest Tandem bike rack online without going anywhere or spending time in marketplaces. For this, you need to choose the right mode of search for the right stores.


Going online is one of the time-saving and reliable methods that will take you to more and more stores from where you can get the new range of high quality and advanced recumbent trike carrier online or a new range of tandem bike rack.


When you search online, you will find name of Cycle Simplex on the top. The leading company has carved a special niche for bringing you a variety of cycle rack and carriers to carry your bike or cycle to any distance through your SUV, car or any other vehicle without any risk of damage. A team of experts has been working here who have got specialization in high quality, easy to use and affordable trike, tandem bike and recumbent bike racks. You can also choose racks for battery trikes, mobility trikes, dual trikes and heavy weight trikes.

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review 2014-03-20 16:58
Cleverness and Fun Working in TANDEM
Tandem - Anna Jarzab

*circumstances prevented me from finishing/posting my review of this book until now.*

Sasha Lawson can’t really imagine why Grant Davis would suddenly ask her to prom. And she certainly couldn’t imagine that in consequence, she becomes tangled in dangerous political game in a parallel universe.

In the Tandem-verse, universes co-exist, each with varying degrees of differences that arise from certain divergent events in reality. People repeat, too--and it just so happens that Sasha’s “analog” is the troubled princess Juliana. When she disappears before an arranged marriage, Sasha must play the part to keep the peace, and to return to her grandfather’s stately Victorian back in Chicago.

Sasha’s sudden assumption of this new life also ushers in a new contention--romance--because being an impostor at an alien royal court isn’t already hard enough. Thomas Mayhew seems an ally (and a good-looking ally at that), but who is it that Sasha can really trust?

There are many high-concept YA reads to choose from these days, but this particular concept? It’s clever, and it’s equally fun and terrifying to imagine. It’s a welcome change from the “sorting” and “choosing” strain of YA books that still touches on the themes of belonging and identity. The science-fiction component is fresh and still distinct from the “evil twin” variety of parallel universe plots.

It’s easy to sympathize with Sasha Lawson. She’s trapped in the identity of another person and has to deal with the enormous spotlight trained on her.  Not to mention she also has to free herself from her the trappings of a political pawn. I found the politics and ramifications of the universes/analogs to be more compelling than the eventual romance between Thomas and Sasha. However this could merely be fatigue on my part of the inevitable inclusion of romance in practically every YA novel these days.

Tandem is an enjoyable read with a different take on the “princess” story, and a welcome break from the deluge of dystopian reads.

*note: I received an e-copy of this book from Random House Children's through Netgalley in exchange for honest feedback.

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review 2013-12-13 00:00
Tandem - Anna Jarzab Please find my review here: http://audiobookreviewer.com/Audiobook-detail/tandem-the-many-words-trilogy-book-1/
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review 2013-12-05 00:00
Tandem - Anna Jarzab I was very impressed with Anna Jarzab's first book in the Many Worlds series. The world-building is superb! It was so easy to believe in Aurora, and honestly, I wanted to go there! Sasha is a realistic, practical girl who doesn't come across as whiny. Thomas is strong, honest, loyal, and so endearing - the way he makes those origami stars! so cute! - and I am absolutely in love with this intrauniversal transporter! Alternating their points of view was a great technique. I would highly recommend Tandem to just about everyone: teens, adults, Fantasy fans, fans of sci-fi and dystopian fiction, those looking for a good romance. Tandem has everything!
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review 2013-11-12 00:00
Tandem: The Many-Worlds Trilogy, Book I
Tandem - Anna Jarzab I can't begin to explain how much I wanted to love this book. I really did. I love me some dystopian/futuristic young adult stuff. But this one ... well ... it was interesting ... parallel worlds with you in it but it's not you, it's another version of you ... sometimes a better version, sometimes a worse version ... come on. That's some good shit! But it just fell flat for me.

The writing wasn't bad. The story line wasn't bad. Character development, the back story ... all okay. But that's all it was for me. Just okay. When I first saw the cover, it knocked my socks off! Yes, I judge books by their cover. You do too, so don't judge me. The cover is cool as hell and then the blurb on the back just pulled me in. I couldn't wait to get started on this one. And then it just dropped off for me. The sad thing was that I got about halfway through the book when it started to happen and then it was just a flat-liner from there on out.

Don't get me wrong, this isn't a bad book. So if you like semi-dystopian and futuristic stuff, this might be the best thing you've ever read. A lot of people really liked it. The characters are pretty well written ... I liked the heroine of the story quite a bit. The men that are pulling her into different directions are pretty okay as well. Oh, I did like her grandfather. He had a soft spot for her just like my grandpa had for me ... so I automatically loved him. It just wasn't a BAM!!-Emeril Lagasse type of story for me.

Now, since I liked the premise of this novel so much, I might pick up the next book just to see if it hooks me. You guys should check it out too! You never know ...

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