Mini Exercise Bikes : Cannondale Super V 500 Mountain Bike : Giant Cruiser Bike.
Mini Exercise Bikes
- (exercise bike) an exercise device resembling a stationary bike
- A piece of exercise equipment having handlebars, pedals, and a saddle like a bicycle, on which the user replicates the movements of bicycling
- used of women's clothing; very short with hemline above the knee; "a mini dress"; "miniskirts"
- Denoting a miniature version of something
- miniskirt: a very short skirt
- (minus) subtraction: an arithmetic operation in which the difference between two numbers is calculated; "the subtraction of three from four leaves one"; "four minus three equals one"
mini exercise bikes - MagneTrainer ER
MagneTrainer ER Mini Exercise Bike - Includes Large Pedals with Velcro Straps
Work out any where, any time, in the comfort of your home or at the office with the MagneTrainer ER Mini Exercise Bike . This compact, sturdy mini bike will help you tone your arms and shape your legs. The adjustable magnetic resistance allows you to control the range of your work out while maintaining a smooth quiet pedal motion. Use the digital fitness display to see your speed, distance, time and even calculate the amount of calories you burn. You won t find an easier, faster way to help boost your fitness levels. Magnetrainer ER Mini Exercise Bike Specifications: Resistance: up to 170 Watts Driving system: double axle, twin belt Frame: sturdy steel frame Housing: high impact plastic Weight: 23 lbs Measurements Minimum: 16" x 16" x 18" Base: 16" x 20" x 18" Crank arm length: 5"
The Jay House is dressed up for our Jay Day Family Fall Festival
This year's Jay Day was another highly successful and cooperative effort between the Jay Heritage Center, the Whipple Foundation and Tilly Foster Farm Museum which breeds rare American heritage animals in Putnam County. Randall lineback cattle, American Jackstock donkey, blue rabbits and newborn guinea hogs were just some of the endangered native breeds that were on view to children in Rye and Westchester. Between 700 and 800 guests attended, doubling last year's attendance. Many were young families with grandparents in tow but there were also individual visitors who had lived in Rye for years and remarked upon how pleased they were to see the property finally coming back to life. In addition to offering seasonal refreshments like cider, JHC's newest coed friendraising group, the Young Preservationists, hosted activities including painting pumpkins and apple stamping; soft jazz on the veranda; tours by 19th century costumed docents of the historic Jay Property buildings and grounds; strolling jugglers and stiltwalkers; and professional facepainting and balloon animals. Children worked on their own mini architecture exercises inside the 1907 Van Norden Carriage House with JHC program director Heather Craane and outside they sat on quilted picnic blankets and listened to a storyteller weave folk tales and music while playing her guitar. A truly unique highlight of the day: adults and teenagers were treated to private tours of the Zebra Barn by Ashwood Restoration which is where JHC's our preservation workshop is located and also where parts of Rye's 9/11 Memorial Gazebo were first made and assembled - free use of this work space for the project was JHC's own donation to the 9/11 commemorative effort. New this year, JHC garnered additional support from the The Rye Women's Club - Children's Philanthropy Section which raised over $1000 towards a new hands on exploratory children's garden that is in the planning stages for the Jay Heritage Center; it will be designed with native plants and trees and incorporate historic themes from the landmark's existing cultural landscape. Whimsical ideas like a zebra topiary and a millstone fountain are being considered.
The tools of the trade for the Sandwich Generation - great-grandmas walker canes and mini exercise bike with the grandkids stuffed animals games and puzzles
The Sandwich Generation granny nanny - caring for elderly parents and babysitting grandchildren and writing about it at SandwichINK
mini exercise bikes
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