Bicycle Essays

Market Segmentation – Power Bike in Thailand

Powerbike is a local family enterprise in Thailand. Powerbike opened one-stop retailer bicycle in 2006 at Roi Et, Thailand. Roi Et is a city in north east part of Thailand. Powerbike sell a lot of kind of bike, and also the bike with a specialization function. Powerbike also provide for service and repairing for the bike. Furthermore powerbike is a one-stop retailer within quality and reasonable price. In the Marketing Segmenting there are four kind of segmentation, they are Behavioral…

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Bicycle and Modern Industrial Methods

A bicycle, often called a bike (and sometimes referred to as a “pushbike”, “pedal bike”, “pedal cycle”,or “cycle”), is a human-powered, pedal-driven, single-track vehicle, having two wheels attached to a frame, one behind the other. A bicycle rider is called a cyclist, or bicyclist. Bicycles were introduced in the 19th century in Europe and now number more than a billion worldwide, twice as many as automobiles. They are the principal means of transportation in many regions. They also provide a…

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Pros and Cons of Bike Helmets

A walk through any sporting store will reveal a multitude of bicycle helmets. Still, some bicyclists wear them, while others do not. Here are the pros and cons of wearing a bicycle helmet. One of the biggest advantages of wearing a helmet is safety. Bicycle deaths were of people who were not wearing helmets. Helmets were designed to protect your head, as well as your brain, from injury resulting from an accident or a fall. Wearing a helmet shields your…

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Bike Riding

In making a video on bicycle safety I would start out the video with an example. I would show a reenacted scene of a bicyclist in a dangerous situation, and just what can happen. The example I would use would be one of a bicyclist running a red light. While I am driving I see this happen almost every day, especially in residential neighborhoods. The bicyclist looks around quickly and proceeds through the crosswalk even if the light is red….

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Mountain Biking Is My Favorite Sport

Sweat dripping into my eyes, blurring my vision. My legs feel weak, making it difficult to pedal. I pause and allow myself to take a deep breath before speeding down hill. The adrenaline rushing through my veins, and the thrilling thought of what is to come next demands my body to get ready and keep going. I speed down the hill narrowly missing a couple of big jagged stones sticking up through the trail and trees. The intensity and extremity…

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Blue Ocean Strategy Canvas & the Four Actions Framework

Applying the Blue Ocean Approach December 3, 2012 Problem Statement B-cycle charges an annual fee in range of $50-100 for membership thereby making its offering uncompetitive against mass bicycle merchandizers like Wal-Mart and Target who sell bikes at highly discounted and cheap prices. Analysis Plan/Data Used/Key Assumptions Analysis Plan: We will use the Blue Ocean Strategy Canvas & the Four Actions Framework to assess steps B-Cycle needs to take to stay ahead of its red ocean bike dealership competitor. Key…

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Bikes Vs. Cars

Lots of people find it hard to differ a bike from a car. They normally choose the car and ignore the bike. Today in our country people are too lazy to see their similarities and just choose the one that’s easier to drive. Although they are similar by giving you transportation, they definitely have a large amount of differences too. Bikes are made and bought in a lot of different styles, sizes, and colors. Bikes have two wheels and are…

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Motorcycle Growth

| The boda boda bicycle transport business are believed to have originated in the Kenya boder town of Busia. Bicycles were used for a very along time in the town befor it was spread to the other towns in Kenya . The name boda boda is derived from the operation of the business across the border of the two countries of Kenya and Uganda . The boda boda is believed to have been started by afew people fro the luhya…

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Bicycle Lanes Are Overdue in Dallas

Bicycles have been a major part of our transportation system for over a hundred years. There are more than a billion bicycles in the world and they outnumber the automobile 2:1. Yet in Dallas, we have been very slow to take steps that would make them an integral part of our transportation system. Bike lanes and the lack of them are an excellent example. Texans have always prided themselves on their wide open spaces and have long had a love…

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