A Walking Tour of Singapore

By Lynn Frieda The Lion City (Singapura), originally part of a wider area known as Malaya, has come a long way since its earlier days as a trading post under the British Empire. Singapore is more than just a jumping off point for Southeast Asia. It is a buffet of cultures and cuisine that never […]
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Yamaha Fazer 1000: the Hooligan Bike from Hell

I for one couldn’t wait to swing a leg over what promised to be the most in your face, madcap machine of 2001. A bike aimed at the increasing number of riders who still lust after the outstanding performance of the latest big capacity sports machines, but who don’t want those bikes’ single-minded focus on […]
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Subaru Impreza WRX Turbo

By Matt Brooke Driving is meant to be this much fun. Nipping, tucking and searing through bends. Screeching to swift halts and then launching you afresh, pedal to the floor, into headier adventures along clear, golden tree-lined roads, that snake and arc their asphalt through rolling mountains. There are few places as riotous, heart stopping […]
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Triumph Bonneville

By Bikenet.com I couldn’t help feeling like I ought to have been a bit more excited after pulling away on the new Bonneville for the first time. After all, isn’t this the name that inspired a thousand tales of café race daring do, the bike which gave cutting edge performance to the common man of […]
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US Presidential Elections:

By David Buik, Cantor Index “You mean to tell me that those old ladies in Palm Springs, who can play 15 bingo cards simultaneously, can’t punch a ballot ticket?” We have been involved in making markets in the US Presidential election since before the Republican convention in Los Angeles in August. Many people initially perceived […]
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Yamaha XVS1100 Drag Star

  By Kevin Ash, BikeNet.com You might expect it to be much easier to design a cruiser than a sports bike. But engineers are used to dealing with numbers and equations, feeding them into computers and watching data come out the other side, and here sports bikes have an advantage. When Yamaha introduced the R1 […]
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Retirement & You

  By Philip Kozloff, Kozloff Consulting This is my last column on the financial challenges of retirement. I have tried to provide pointers to positioning your financial situation so that your years of retirement can be at least as enjoyable and productive as your work years. This is not “automatic” and requires some serious, but […]
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The Star-Spangled Banner Rules OK

  By David Buik, Cantor Index Yes, the Olympics were spectacular ‘ no doubt about it! But apart from this sporting extravaganza, the month of October proved to be unpredictable, difficult and extravagantly exuberant in terms of volatility in both betting rings ‘ sporting and financial. The only markets that constantly caught the eyes of […]
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Volvo XC: An Estate Car on Steroids

  By Matt Brooke As the days grow shorter and the trees look thinner, there are always the mountains to look forward too. Crisp, long days spent climbing skyward in funiculars for the sole purpose of obeying gravity, and some, on differently sculpted planks of wood. The only problem with our alpine winter playgrounds is […]
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