miércoles, febrero 13, 2013

contra la crisis....usa las bicis!


bici robada a reyes en alicante

el modelo es Ebici city surfer 7000, en Alicante no hay otra, así que si la veis, es la MIA, es electrica, naranja metalizada, el cuadro gris oscuro con dibujos naranja, el asiento y los puños en piel marrón claro, la luz es de dinamo, cromado estilo retro, en fin, la bici es muy particular, os dejo una foto por si alguien la ve, en un cash converter


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2012 has been a big step for me, but I know that its only one of many that I will go through in my career. Its been blood, sweat, a ton of effort and tears to get to where I am today. Thank you everyone for all the positive and motivating comments you guys leave, I enjoy scrolling through and reading all of your kind words! Thank you to all the people, my family, my friends and my sponsors that have supported me this year. Its been a big one, but I'm ready for many, many more. - Brett Rheeder

Video: The Rheeder Project - Episode 3

Dear Trek Travel Guide Applicant,

I started guiding over 20 years ago because I wanted to do something I truly had a passion for. Years later and a decade after starting Trek Travel I am as passionate as ever about how fun and energizing this job is. I love to hear guests tell us their trip was the best trip they have ever been on. I especially love the smiling faces, hearing hearty laughter and watching them enjoying the simple pleasure of riding bikes in the most beautiful places on earth.

Our Guides are the cornerstone of our Business and are solely focused on providing the vacation of a lifetime. They have an intoxicating zest for life. They're insightful, quirky and, from cartoon designers and bike couriers to engineers and lawyers, they come from a variety of backgrounds that have shaped their charismatic personas.

They are magicians, able to transform from grease to grace. One moment they are wrenching on bikes or appearing exactly when needed with a beverage, and the next they are eloquently explaining the intricate history of each hilltop village or confidently pairing two-star Michelin meals with the perfect local wine. With intimate knowledge of the landscape, they can suggest the best route to match any riding ability. What sets them apart from the rest is their infinitely accommodating, fun and flexible attitude. They live by the motto Your Day, You Decide and will attempt anything to ensure that every trip is a trip of a lifetime.

Guide qualities and skills we look for:
Fun, Passionate and a Dynamic Zest for Life
Avid Cyclists
Superior Hosts
Resourceful and Solution-Oriented
Natural "Connectors" with all personality types
Culturally Aware and Involved
Excellent Communicators
Seasoned Travelers
Strong Bike Mechanics
Strong Physical Condition
Master a Foreign Language

The Guide life is unique, rewarding and not an easy job! The information found in the links on the left column will answer many of the questions you may have regarding this exciting job and help you determine if this is the job for you. If the answer is YES we look forward to hearing from you. Apply here today.

Good Luck!
Tania Worgull


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