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Michael Hagele’s riding guide

Introduction

Michael Hagele is a professional in the tech industry who likes riding and keeping fit as part of his routine during the holidays. His interest in riding the bicycle has seen him become one of the best adviser in the riding world.

The high-speed mountain biking is considered one of the most extreme sport. It is in the same category as aerial freestyle skiing. However, there are others to refer to the game as a luxury sport, terming it as the modern day golf. Beginners need not worry much as Michael Hagele one of the all-time best bikers has got them covered with a complete guide on how to make it in the sport. His primary focus on the guide according to Michael Hagele is having a Physical Orientation, the right equipment, and a positive mind. In fact, with the three, one might easily learn the art of biking after a few outings. Follow Michael Hagele on Twitter @Michael_Hagele_

The cycling tips

Have right personal equipment and attire

Wearing a well-fitting helmet is the first thing that one needs to buy. This is followed by athletic shoes that are clipless, sturdy and flat. A good biker also wears comfortable and light clothes that can stretch and breath while on the mountain climbing mission. Furthermore, when riding, avoid wearing underwear as it may make you feel uncomfortable.

Furthermore, a water bottle is also essential for the riding session as it helps in quenching the thirst as well. However, there are optional items for the beginners, and if they have the funds, they may choose to bring with them. They include A secure and fitting bag pack as well as gloves for a good grip.

Physical and Psychological preparation to ride

Physical development from the gym or any other sport is essential before beginning to ride. Furthermore, ensure that you take sufficient calories in the morning before heading out for a ride. Stretching and warming up your muscles helps in preventing unfortunate scenarios like a muscle pull.

Furthermore, prepare for the environmental elements such as the heat index, the storm forecasts, humidity, the rain, and the sun as well.

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Reservoir Dogs Showcases Lawrence Bender’s Early Production Talents

Reservoir Dogs marked the beginning of a strong movie production relationship between Hollywood producer Lawrence Bender and up and coming indie gangster film director Quentin Tarantino.

As the film’s intro credits flash against a black screen, character voices of the scene in the background engage in a debate about pop singer Madonna’s hit Like a Virgin. The characters, dressed in black suits and ties are introduced as they contribute their own comments to the discussion.

It becomes clear that they’re in a diner, smoking, eating and there definitely has to be more to the meeting than this discussion about songs and movies.

After an altercation following Steve Buscemi’s refusal to leave a tip, the group exits the restaurant, walking in slow motion while Ronald Jonker’s Little Green Bag continues the credits rolling.

The story restarts with the scene of a pale, seriously wounded and expiring Tim Roth in the back seat of a car driven by Harvey Keitel, who is trying to encourage Roth to continue fighting for his life.

As the story continues to unfold, several of the members from the opening restaurant scene converge on an abandoned warehouse where they await the return of “Joe.”

It becomes clear through their dialogues and flashbacks to an earlier robbery gone awry that they are all dangerous criminals awaiting the next instructions following their somewhat Pyrrhically successful jewelry store heist.

The bulk of the story is told from within the warehouse as new members drift in, all with new allusions and revelations to and about events that keep the audience guessing about when they will learn more details.

It becomes clear to the characters and the audience that someone snitched and the dramatic tension is heightened as viewers and the film’s cast try to figure out who that was.

This indie masterpiece makes excellent use of dramatic tension, well timed exposition and showing rather than telling to draw the audience into the world of these has-been felons, doing one last robbery.

At the box office, the 1992 film drew in $2.8 million, which isn’t bad given that the director was largely unknown and that producer Lawrence Bender was also at the beginning of his career. It also bears mentioning that the film’s entire budget was only $1.2 million and it did cast some rather well known actors.

About Lawrence Bender

Born in 1957 in Bronx, New York, Lawrence Bender graduated from The University of Maine in 1979 earning his undergraduate degree in Civil Engineering.

Active in a variety of social causes, Bender sits on the Advisory Boards of Harvard’s John F. Kennedy School of Government and UCLA’s Institute of the Environment and Sustainability.

Lawrence Bender’s other productions include Jackie Brown, Kill Bill, Killing Zoe and From Dusk til Dawn.

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