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  • How to Choose the Right Tarp for Covering Your RV or Trailer During the Off-Season

    When you own a motor home, ATV, caravan, or any type of utility trailer, and you store it outside during the off-season, you'll want to cover it with a tarp of some sort. This will protect it from potential water damage due to snow and ice and from being damaged by falling icicles, hail and other such inclement weather. When you are ready to choose that tarp, note a few tips before you shop so you get the best one for your caravan.
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  • 4 Reasons to Pick a Quad Bike Over a Dirt Bike

    If you like to get your adrenalin glands pumping by heading off-road, you've probably thought about picking up either a dirt bike or a quad bike. Both are excellent for taming rougher terrain and enjoying the great outdoors, but there are several reasons why you should pick up a quad bike instead of a dirt bike, and here are just four. 1. Stability First and foremost, quad bikes offer their riders a relatively stable platform, especially compared to dirt bikes.
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  • How do you benefit health wise while riding a snowboard?

    Do you like to float through powder or hammer chutes? Ride the rails? Or cruise combed runs? Snowboarding is a winter sport that is enjoyed in different terrains. It offers quite a host of health benefits to snowboarders. Read on for more insight.  Muscle strengthening  All your major muscles are going to be strengthened. While riding a snowboard, you typically use your quads, calves and hamstrings. The muscles in your feet and ankles help you to ride the snowboard while your core muscles help you in balancing.
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  • Five Things to Consider When Dealing With Tennis Court Stains

    If you have a synthetic grass tennis court, someone may eventually spill a sticky soft drink on it, or an injury may leave blood on the court. Regardless of what's staining your tennis court, you need a cleaning strategy, and that starts before you even install the court. Here's what you need to consider: 1. Under-Court Drainage To make it easier to clean your tennis court, you want to ensure that it has adequate drainage underneath it.
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