Pros and Cons of Motorcycle Travel

There is nothing as exciting as going on a thrilling road trip with a motorcycle. But before you give it a try, read this post to know its pros and cons.

NEW YORK, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, July 31, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — There is a popular quote that says, traveling by motorcycle is one of the best ways to really explore a place – and we totally agree! No matter where you are going, traveling by motorcycle makes a truly unique and unforgettable experience. It gives you the feeling of total freedom and is another way to see and enjoy the delights of the open road.

But as exciting as motorcycle travel might sound, there are also some risks involved with it. It is not always as beautiful as those photos of travelers posing with their full-equipped motorbikes on Instagram. So, to prepare you for any unpleasant surprises that might pop up on your journey, here is a list of some of the pros and cons of long motorcycle trips.

Pros of Motorcycle Travel
• You are immersed in your travel: With other forms of travel, you are confined to a metal box and looking through the window like a passive watcher. But travel by motorcycle is a different ballgame. You’re stepping into the landscape and getting immersed in it. You feel the cool breeze on your face, the warm sun on your skin; you notice how the wind swishes around your body and even enjoy the occasional bug-eating. With motorcycle travel, you are actively participating in the whole scenery and not just passing by.

• Freedom and Flexibility: The freedom that comes with traveling by motorcycle is exhilarating. Imagine riding down the road and seeing a breathtaking view. You can pull over and admire it for as long as you can without worrying if the tour bus left you or not. You can move and stop as you like, eat wherever you want to, and can take bathroom breaks whenever you feel like it.

• Easy to go around traffic jams in big cities: Taking a trip to big cities like Los Angeles, Hong Kong, Delhi, Bangkok means you will always find traffic jams that stretch over long distances. But riding a bike gives you an advantage, as you can easily maneuver your way and spend less time on the road. That is 100points for motorcycle travel!

• Try Out A Minimalist Lifestyle: Have you been struggling with the act of decluttering your space? Well, you can become better at it with motorcycle travel. With little or no space for storage, motorcycle travel will teach you how to live with few things, decide what’s truly important, and only grab the essentials.

• Discover and explore more: Motorcycle travel helps you discover and explore more places that you would have ordinarily missed out on. Tour buses mostly visit popular and well-established tourist attraction sites. But with your bike, you can get off the beaten tracks, roam freely and discover hidden gems that other tourists overlook. It also allows you to interact well with the locals and learn things you can’t probably find on the internet. If this is not adventurous, I don’t know what else is!

• Better Body and Food Choice: Traveling by motorcycle keeps you physically fit and helps you eat healthily. You learn how to eat more salads, nuts, light food, and avoid fatty meals that can make you sleepy. And since you will be visiting more rural areas with your bike, you can also try organic and unique local delicacies.

• Take Better Pictures: How easy is it to take pictures when riding on a plane or train? But riding on a motorcycle makes it easy to stop and take beautiful photos that you will love for years to come. You can film the winding roads with your GoPro and even take badass pictures wearing your motorcycle gear.

• It is Cheaper: Motorcycle travel is cheaper because it cost less to fill up the gas tank since it is much smaller than that of a car or RV. Also, you get to spend less gas on longer journeys as opposed to traveling by car. You save more money, spend less time at the gas station and also explore more places. Definitely a win-win situation!

• You can go solo or group: Riding a motorcycle allows you to plan how you want your trip. You can decide to go solo, travel with your lover, or join group travel.

Cons of Motorcycle Travel
• More Vulnerability to Harsh Weather: The weather can be unpredictable sometimes. It could be warm and happy one minute, and the other minute, you are battling thunderstorms, extreme cold, or monsoon rains. Moments like this take away the fun of motorcycle travel and make you wish you were riding in a metal box. Sometimes you have to go long distances to get shelter, and you are at more risk of catching a cold. But having a good and waterproof motorcycle riding jackets can reduce your helplessness.

• Less Road Safety: Traveling by motorcycle is not always pink and rosy. Just riding on the curves of a mountain range can be very risky because anything can result in a fall or crash. Even the wind slapping on your face can distract you from the road, so it is better to wear your riding gear at all times.

• Motorcycle Safety: Where to keep your motorcycle while camping outdoor or going for an excursion is another problem with this travel form. You cannot park your bike anyhow as you risk losing or having it stolen, and this can limit your fun.

• Body Pains: People only show the glamorous side of motorcycle travel and keep out the dark side of this travel form. Riding long distances can cause inflamed back muscles, knee atrophy, shoulder ache, and painful knots in the fingers.

Final Thoughts: Motorcycle travel is a fun and beautiful way of seeing the world. So don’t let the cons stop you from having this awesome experience.

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Pioneertown Invites Community to Celebrate the 75th Anniversary of Town Founding

PIONEERTOWN, CA, USA, July 30, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Nestled in a quiet mountain desert valley, Pioneertown was founded in 1946 by 18 celebrities who envisioned a Western town ideal for filming where residents could also live, work, and play. The groundbreaking ceremony took place on September 1, 1946, and now the town is celebrating its 75th anniversary. The Friends of Pioneertown (501c3) are welcoming residents and visitors to take a step back in time for a day full of exciting events honoring the town's founders and first residents.

The 75th-anniversary celebration will take place on Saturday, September 4, 2021, on Mane Street. Visitors can stop by "Club 75" in the historic Pioneertown Soundstage from 11 am to 6 pm to watch a captivating photo and video presentation featuring images from the town's early days. The Friends of Pioneertown will also unveil a sculpture created by one of Pioneertown's local artists to commemorate this milestone anniversary.

A standout moment in Pioneertown's history is Roy Rogers, Dick Curtis, and Dale Evans' ride down Mane Street, which community horsemen and women will reenact at the event. In addition, there will be plenty of photo opportunities throughout the celebration for visitors to create their own memorable moments as they journey back in time through Pioneertown's history.

This one-day event celebrates the original founders, residents, and business owners who set the standard for the hard-working, creative, artistic, and kooky people who have called Pioneertown home ever since. The town was built as a permanent western set that featured fully operational businesses such as restaurants, a hotel, a general store, a feed store, and a saddle maker to cater to filming crews' and actors' needs. It continues to be a living, working town, and active horse community.

The 75th anniversary will take place on Saturday, September 4, 2021, from 11 am to 6 pm at 53585 Mane Street, Pioneertown, CA 92268. A special ceremony will be held at 1 pm to officially commemorate the town's founding. Bring the family and join in the fun and festivities for what is sure to be a day to remember.

The Friends of Pioneertown are proud to have the following sponsors for the 75th Anniversary event. Corso Marketing Group, Pioneertown Land & Management Co., Pioneertown Entertainment Incorporated, Desert Willow Ranch and The Wild West Theater, Pioneertown International Film Festival, The Red Dog Saloon, Pioneertown Film Museum.

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ExpressJet Airlines Receives DOT Fitness Authority – Plans Restart in Q3

ExpressJet ERJ145 Aircraft

The Department of Transportation (DOT) has issued its final fitness order allowing ExpressJet Airlines to restart commercial operations.

ATLANTA, GEORGIA, UNITED STATES, July 30, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — The Department of Transportation (DOT) has issued its final fitness order allowing ExpressJet Airlines to restart commercial operations. ExpressJet stopped flying last year after the termination of its United Express operations. The passage of time required the company to seek DOT fitness recertification in order to “reboot.”

ExpressJet is a commercial passenger airline (Part 121 FAA certificated), headquartered in College Park, GA – near Atlanta Hartsfield Jackson Airport – and currently operates 50-seat Embraer ERJ145 aircraft.

As described in its DOT filing, ExpressJet expects to resume service within the quarter with a focus on cities, markets, and customers that have seen diminished air service as a result of airline consolidation and an industry trend towards larger aircraft. ExpressJet will leverage its 35-year history of having flown several hundred aircraft to most of America’s smaller airports and intends to provide service in small and abandoned markets with unmet customer needs – avoiding needless overlap with the major airlines and “ultra-low-cost carriers.”

ExpressJet expects to unveil its detailed flying plans in the coming weeks.

Resumption of service will allow ExpressJet to begin recalling and reinstating furloughed employees. A majority will be covered by collective bargaining agreements with the Air Line Pilots Association (ALPA), the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers (IAM), the Transport Workers Union of America (TWU) and the International Brotherhood of Teamsters (IBT).

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ExpressJet Airlines is the amalgamation of Atlantic Southeast Airlines and Continental Express and operates Embraer ERJ145 regional jet aircraft. Over its 35-year history, ExpressJet has flown most Embraer, Bombardier, and ATR aircraft from bases across the continental United States into airports in the USA, Canada, Mexico, and the Caribbean. ExpressJet is majority owned by KAir Enterprises with United Airlines holding a minority interest.
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Don Hamme Awarded Fritzie Baer Trophy

Don Hamme receives Fritzie Baer award

It was the least he could do for Hamme because of the dedication he has shown to the Rally.”

— Charlie St. Clair

LACONIA, NH, UNITED STATES, July 30, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — The 2021 Fritzie Baer trophy for above and beyond service to Laconia Motorcycle Week Motorcycle Rally has been awarded to Don Hamme of Erie, PA.

For the past fifteen years, Hamme has been a promoter of Motorcycle Week throughout the Western PA, Western New York and Eastern Ohio region giving talks, making calls and distributing the Rally News to motorcycle enthusiasts. Hamme is a tireless booster for the rally. At times, showing his dedication through acts such as meeting a train at 4:30am and lugging hundreds of pounds of magazines through the train station.

Recently, Charlie St. Clair, Executive of the Laconia Motorcycle Week Association, drove 1,000 miles round-trip to Erie, PA to surprise Hamme with the trophy as Hamme was unable to attend this year’s rally. St. Clair commented, “It was the least he could do for Hamme because of the dedication he has shown to the Rally.”

The Fritzie Baer Trophy was first awarded in 1996 and has been received by the likes of Governor John Lynch, Peter Makris of the Naswa Resort, Laconia Mayor Ed Engler and Laconia Police Chief Matt Canfield over the past 20 years, just to name a few. Fritzie Baer was a true booster for the Rally leading the Red Hat Brigade, a group of supporters who raised funds to put on the Rally. Baer was the lead charge for the Rally and is credited with bringing the AMA Road Champion Races to Laconia in 1938.

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Free Community Movie Night Every Friday Under the Stars

Microbe Formulas: Meridian, Idaho

The Meridian Community Hosts Free Movies in the Park

Join Meridian Parks and Recreation and Microbe Formulas for Sparklight Movie Night in Settlers Park

MERIDIAN, ID, UNITED STATES, July 30, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — The Meridian community is hosting a Sparklight Movie Night every Friday night at Settlers Park this summer. Thanks to local sponsors, like Meridian-based health company Microbe Formulas, this is a free, fun, and family-friendly event for the community to enjoy.

Microbe Formulas will be sponsoring the event through an advertisement prior to the start of the movie. Supporting this family-friendly event is another way for Microbe Formulas to show their commitment to the Treasure Valley community. Alongside this, Microbe also partners with the Boise Hawks, Boise State Athletics, Idaho COBS, and other central groups in the community.

Craig Randall, Culture Chief at Microbe Formulas, says, “Being a Meridian-based company, we love any chance to get involved within our own community, especially with family-friendly events. As we grow as a company, we are eager to continue to provide hope and health to not only our customers, but directly to all the people around us in the Treasure Valley.”

Settlers Park provides a variety of different activities to do prior to the start of the movie. Families can run around the playground, set up a picnic in the grass, cool off in the splash pads, or even make some wild tunes in the sound garden.

The movie begins at dusk, and spectators are encouraged to bring blankets, chairs, and snacks. Concessions are also available at the park. The community movie nights will take place every Friday through August 20th. For more details and the movie schedule, go here.

“My family looks forward to summer movie nights spent at Settlers Park,“ says Shawnda Huffman, VP of Communications for Microbe Formulas. “Now that Microbe Formulas is able to have a presence and support the local community, it makes these nights with my family even more rewarding.”

About Microbe Formulas: Microbe Formulas is a wellness company that believes a “healthy microbiome is a healthy you.” This starts with opening drainage pathways, supporting energy at the mitochondrial level, and detoxing unwanted substances. Their core values are front and center in the company mission: “Creating solutions that work is what we do. Restoring hope and health is who we are.”

For additional information, please contact Caylie Shelton, Public Relations Manager for Microbe Formulas, at caylie.shelton@microbeformulas.com.

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Amazing Cave Adventure in Belize

Caving in Belize

Cave of the Stone Sepulcher

Entrance to Cave in Belize

Entrance to ATM Cave

Pottery inside ATM Cave in Belize

Pottery Inside ATM Cave

A life changing experience…Four Reasons You Need to Visit Actun Tunichil Muknal Cave in BELIZE!

SAN IGNACIO TOWN, CAYO DISTRICT, BELIZE, July 30, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Four Reasons You Need to Visit
Actun Tunichil Muknal Cave in BELIZE!

Actun Tunichil Muknal (ATM) Cave in the jungles of Belize is a significant natural attraction that was once used by the ancient Maya for ceremonies and sacrifices. Some people would even call it a life changing experience. The cave features numerous types of artifacts that vary from stoneware and ceramics to skeletal remains. It also has fascinating maze-like chambers with high ceilings that are amazing to explore. To access the cave, visitors must be prepared to embark on a 30-minute hike through the jungle, and they should expect to get wet as a short swim is required!

Cayo Inland Expeditions provides a variety of adventure tours within Belize that include Maya temples, ceremonial caves, jungle canopy zip-lining, horseback riding, and more. They also offer an exciting full-day ATM Cave Exploration Tour that guides guests through the cave while providing them with lots of history about its past. The tour includes all transportation, equipment, park fees, lunch, refreshments, and towels. By embarking on a tour with Cayo Inland Expeditions, travelers can rest assured that they are experiencing ATM in a fun and safe manner while under the careful guidance of a professionally trained, and licensed tour guide.

Here are four reasons you need to visit Actun Tunichil Muknal Cave

1. It’s A Fascinating Archaeological Site
One of the most intriguing artifacts of ATM is the famous “Crystal Maiden”, a skeleton that is thought to be a sacrifice victim of the Maya. What makes this skeleton so unique, is that despite decades of weathering and natural processes, the surface of its bones appears to be covered with a geological sanded finish, which makes it appear to be covered in a fairy-like crystalized dust.

2. There are Animals to See
ATM is home to several animals such as bats, predatory spiders, freshwater crabs, tropical fish and sometimes even otters use the cave. With their trained eye, your Cayo Inland Expeditions’ tour guide will be able to point out animals that may be hidden or difficult to see within the cave. Therefore, you won’t miss out on catching a peek at the wildlife that otherwise may be overlooked.

3. Conservation is practiced
Guests can feel good knowing that conservation is practiced to maintain the quality of ATM for years to come. For example, visitors are asked to remove their shoes and wear socks when entering the upper dry chamber of the cave, in order to minimize the effects of foot traffic impact. Cameras are not allowed in the cave (without a permit) as in the past, a visitor’s camera was accidentally dropped on a skull that is believed to be over 1000 years old, causing damage to it. Entrance to the cave is also strictly limited to certain licensed holders in an attempt to preserve the site.

4. National Geographic Approves
ATM is ranked as one of the number one Sacred Cave Site of The World by the National Geographic Society. There have also been several documentaries created by Discovery Channel, National Geographic, and History Channel about this fascinating cave.

Click here to book your Actun Tunichil Muknal Tour with Cayo Inland Expeditions!

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TROMPAR offers insights on revenue management strategies for hotels

TROMPAR: Group Booking Solution for hotels

TROMPAR: Group Booking Solution

Selling the right room, to the right client, at the right moment, for the right price, through the right distribution channel, with the best cost-efficiency

SANTA CLARA, CA, USA, July 30, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Revenue management is an extremely important concept within the hospitality industry because it allows hotel owners to anticipate demand and optimize availability and pricing, in order to achieve the best possible financial results.

In order to start implementing a dynamic pricing strategy, it is critical to gather all relevant information needed to set up the hotel for success.

Customer Segment Behavior gives insights into buying patterns of segments i.e., Corporate, FIT/Leisure, and Groups.

Demand Forecast is of critical importance when optimizing hotel revenue, as it anticipates future business performance. It does this by identifying outliers in the form of data points that deviate from average performance to maximize results.

Displacement Cost refers to the revenue potential lost or displaced, to the enterprise incurred by accepting one piece of business over a competing opportunity.

Bid Price the minimum acceptable revenue for a unit of capacity

Discounting/Markdown Management allows rewarding customers based on length of stay, advance purchase, mode of booking (mobile vs browser vs phone) & last minute.

Always remember that you cannot measure it you won’t be able to manage it.

About TROMPAR Labs

TROMPAR Labs is a travel technology company focused on building cost-efficient solutions for the travel industry. TROMPAR`s first product is an astonishingly easy-to-use and phenomenally effective automated group sales and revenue management solution for hotels.

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Losers Win Gold Medals at UNESCO World Heritage Olympics

World Heritage UNESCO

World Heritage Committee Chairperson

UNESCO World Heritage Paseo del Prado

Spain’s Paseo del Prado added to the World Heritage List despite expert recommendation to “go back to the drawing board”

"World Heritage" unesco "CNH Tours"

Measuring the extent to which the WH Committee agrees with its own experts. A clear trend towards complete disregard.

The coveted "World Heritage" status is awarded to sites against the recommendations of UNESCO's own experts.

Even if our team of global experts doesn't agree, we'd like to grant World Heritage status to this site.”

— World Heritage Committee member

OTTAWA, ONTARIO, CANADA, July 30, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — What if the Olympic organizers awarded gold medals to all athletes who participated, regardless of their performance? That’s what just happened at the annual World Heritage (WH) Committee meeting these past days.

The twenty-one member intergovernmental “World Heritage Committee” (the Committee) has been meeting to carry out the business of the WH Convention. Among other things, the Committee examines proposals for the inscription of new WH sites to the WH list. Like the Olympics, this is a major event – one that regularly generates more global press coverage than any other UNESCO event.

This year, 37 proposals were considered for WH inscription. These proposals are submitted by national governments and carefully evaluated against several rigorous criteria by WH Convention’s designated natural and cultural heritage experts – IUCN (International Union for the Conservation of Nature) and ICOMOS (International Council on Monuments and Sites). Evaluations include extensive site visits, consultations with stakeholders and detailed desk studies. Final recommendations are arrived at following an expert panel review of all available information.

Among all the proposals considered at this year’s meeting, IUCN and ICOMOS concluded that 20 of them met all the criteria for recognition as WH sites. Taking the advice of its experts, the WH Committee duly inscribed these onto the WH list .

For the remaining 17 proposals, the experts concluded that they either did not have any potential for being recognized as WH sites, or that they should be sent back to the drawing board due to missing information / poorly prepared justifications / absent legal protection / management or conservation plans. In each case, the experts provide clear rationale for their recommendations and a suggested way forward so that the nominations can be improved and presented again for consideration at a future WH Committee meeting.

Despite the expert advice to the contrary, the WH Committee handed out gold medals to 16 of these 17 sites – i.e. they were given full WH status, the "gold medal" of heritage sites on Earth. Inexplicably, Mongolia was the only one for which the WH Committee agreed with its experts. Mongolia's proposal, "Deer Stone Monuments and Related Sites, the Heart of Bronze Age Culture", was sent back for further improvements.

The Committee's willingness to hand out gold medals to nominations that do not meet established criteria is not a new phenomenon. Over the past 15 years, its tendency to ignore its own technical experts has become increasingly blatant. The Concordance Factor – an indicator that measures the extent to which the WH COM agrees with the recommendations of its own technical experts, shows a widening rift, going from as high as 73.5% concordance with expert recommendations in 2005, to an all time low of 3.7% concordance this week. In short, the Committee is handing out gold medals to everyone who just bothers showing up.

Summing up the most common rationale expressed repeatedly by the WH COM members:

“Even if our team of experts doesn't agree, I believe this site should be on the World Heritage list. All the problems identified by our experts can be dealt with at a later date".

Applied to the Olympics, this rationale would be equivalent to the judges in the gymnastics competition saying:

“We’re awarding gold medals to all participants because we're sure this will encourage them to practice harder and do better at future Olympic competitions”, or "This athlete has spent so much time practicing, we’d like to give them a gold medal for their effort, even if they lost”.

The WH Committee is made up of 21 official government representatives from the countries that were voted onto it for up to six years – few are heritage professionals. While Committee members come and go, one thing doesn't change: The WH Committee will regularly make decisions on nominations from countries whose representatives currently sit on the WH Committee. Any student of good governance will see that such cozy arrangements consist of a textbook case of conflict of interest. For World Heritage, such arrangements seem to lead to plenty of mutual back-scratching – studies have shown that more sites are inscribed onto the WH list from countries that sit on the Committee than otherwise.

One of the WH Convention's official strategic objectives is to strengthen the credibility of the WH List. With this year's embarrassing performance, it has become painfully clear that the main threat to the WH List's credibility lies in the WH Committee's systematic disregard of its own experts.

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11x Motocross Champion signs with Foundation

Wyatt Hasil, 13 Year old Motocross Champion, signs with Fueled by Verge

Wyatt Hasil jumped to another impressive win in his debut race in the big bike class at the AMC Alberta Mx Championship series in Brooks Ab Canada.

Wyatt led the pack into the first corner earning himself a cool 2000 $XVG from Fueled by Verge Hole Shot Awards.

11X Canadian Provincial Motocross Champion, Wyatt Hasil, has joined Fueled By Verge (FbV) Foundation

It’s so cool to see Fueled by Verge support grassroots motocross. It’s an honour to join the movement to grow with Verge and see where the journey takes Wyatt as a Fueled By Verge Athlete.”

— Troy Hasil, Father to Wyatt Hasil

CANADA, July 30, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — 11X Canadian Motocross Champion joins Fueled By Verge (FbV)

Fueled by Verge(FbV), a Foundation that commits to digital currency adoption by educating and spreading awareness of blockchain technology and Verge Currency, through community athletes, has signed Wyatt Hasil from Langdon Alberta Canada. A Young 13 Year old Motocross racer who has been moving up the amateur ranks fast.

Wyatt was born July 1, 2008, sharing the same birthday with Canada and is now 13 years old. Wyatt continues to ride and race at a level beyond his age and competes at a very high level racing older competition on larger bikes is a regular thing. Wyatt has been riding motorcycles since he was 3 years old and has been racing competitively since 2014. He won his first Alberta provincial series race he entered. Wyatt loves riding and racing with his moto buddies at the track and has made many lifelong motocross friends across North America in his travels. Wyatt looks up to several older motocross riders and ensures he is a strong role model for younger riders by watching and encouraging them to be their best and just have fun riding motorcycles. Wyatt does a great job in school and has been very helpful teaching his seven year old little brother to ride. In 2020, Direct Motocross worte an ‘On the Radar’ article Presented by Husqvarna Motorcycles Canada as they took notice of Wyatt’s results.

http://www.directmotocross.com/on-the-radar-50-wyatt-hasil-husqvarna-canada/

Wyatt has recently been picked up by JC Powersports South | Honda® | Yamaha® Dealer | Calgary AB who are starting to make an impact with the Moto Community here in Calgary AB. Not only getting a ride, also joining Wyatt is Troy Lee Designs Official – Moto, MTB, Helmets, Gear and Protection with gear sponsorship support.

Winning an impressive 11 Alberta Provincial Championships doesn’t come easy, though Wyatt made it look easy with an impressive winning resume full of 1-1-1-1-1

With a resume full of racing history from the young age of 5 , Wyatt is starting to make waves in the motocross community and with his winning attitude on and off the track is exactly what Fueled By Verge is looking for. We are not only paying attention to professional athletes but we are following young amateur athletes who are dedicated to their respective sport. We want to support them now and in the future as they move up the ranks. The young generation is fast advancing and are the generation that will understand Digital Currency and help push awareness for Verge Currency.

Wyatt will not only learn about Blockchain Technology (Verge Currency) but he will now be part of this generational movement and join Danny Robertson under the Motocross umbrella with our athletes and have a whole new community following him which is 1 million strong. This type of exposure will boost his presence to the one of biggest communities in the crypto world, the #VergeFam!

Troy Hasil, Father to Wyatt, comments “It’s so cool to see Fueled by Verge support our grassroots motocross right here in our backyard in Alberta Canada. It’s an honour to join the movement to grow with Verge and see where the journey takes Wyatt as a Fueled By Verge Athlete”

Derek Robertson, Co-Founder, Fueled by Verge says “Bringing on Wyatt is exactly what our vision is with #JoinTheMovement. We are attracting young generational athletes who are grasping our vision. Having young talented athletes joining Fueled by Verge will help grow our vision. There is a long list of really fast up and coming Motocross racers right here in Canada. I believe we will see future stars out of the prairie province. The Grass roots of the FbV Movement started here in Alberta Canada. So it’s a win-win for both sides, the FbV Movement and the young talented racers right here in Alberta!”

Welcome to the team Wyatt!

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About Fueled by Verge (FbV)
Fueled by Verge was started by Danny Robertson, Derek Robertson, and Mark Wittenberg, in 2018. At 9 years old, Danny wanted to bring awareness and usability to his peers in the motocross world. It has since become a worldwide movement, and foundation, to support athletes and bring awareness to their respective talents. At the same time, utilizing the Verge Currency blockchain and Currency community to further the awareness.Our mission is to build awareness of Verge Currency, as we harness the power of Bitcoin in a way that combines the speed of digital payments, but with the privacy of paying in cash.

For more information about Fueled by Verge, visit https://vergecurrency.com/fueled-by-verge/

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Challenger Learning Center to reopen planetarium to public

Kids enjoying the CLC programming.

Campers in the Space Mission Simulator

Planetarium will reopen with limited schedule

We are excited to get this special part of our facility reopened for our ‘out of this world’ patrons.”

— Michelle Personette

TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES, July 30, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — The Challenger Learning Center’s (CLC) Planetarium will reopen to the public Thursday, August 5, according to Michelle Personette, CLC executive director. “We are excited to get this special part of our facility reopened for our ‘out of this world’ patrons,” she said. “Customers will no longer need reservations to view a planetarium show, the theatre will now be open for walk-up customers during our operating hours.”

Initially, the Planetarium will open with a limited show schedule on Thursdays through Sundays from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m. Show schedules will rotate weekly, and the daily schedule for the first week of operations will be:

 3 p.m. – Accidental Astronauts
 4 p.m. – Monthly Skies Over Tallahassee
 5 p.m. – Journey to Space
 6 p.m. – Pink Floyd’s “Wish You Were Here”
 7 p.m. – Pink Floyd’s “The Wall”
 8 p.m. – Pink Floyd’s “Dark Side of the Moon”

Tickets to a planetarium show can be purchased at the CLC box office and prices for admission are: $5.00 adult, $4.75 student and seniors, $4.25 for children and free for CLC members. Admission will be limited for all planetarium shows to 50 percent of the theatre’s capacity.

On Saturday, August 7, the Planetarium will feature its free “Monthly Skies Over Tallahassee” program sponsored in part by the Tallahassee Astronomical Society.

About CLC
The Challenger Learning Center of Tallahassee is the K-12 educational outreach facility of the Florida A&M University – Florida State University College of Engineering and strives to foster long-term interest in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM); create positive learning experiences; and motivate students to pursue careers in these fields. To accomplish this mission, the Challenger Learning Center features a state-of-the-art Space Mission Simulator and utilizes the immersiveness of an IMAX theatre and a domed high-definition planetarium to create a holistic educational and entertaining experience.

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