For years, people thought an outward-pushing force, which they called centrifugal force, was what kept rotor riders
pinned to the wall.
The number shot to 104 million riders
in 2014, and grew further to 121 million riders
in 121 million riders
And I'm happy to have made one into a movie, especially one as unusual and original as 'Ghost Rider
Return of premium rider
: While this rider
has been around a long time on mortgage life insurance products, the return of premium rider
recently has hit the mainstream term marketplace where it is very popular.
that survived after President Clinton signed the omnibus spending package in October included measures to: delay a rule for an oil royalty to be paid by companies drilling on public lands; block new federal mileage standards for cars and trucks (which haven't been updated since 1985); prevent federal spending on grizzly bear reintroductions in Idaho and Montana; delay the ban on the ozone-depleting pesticide methyl bromide until 2005; build a road through a sensitive Alaskan forest; allow grazing on 25 million acres of public land without conducting any environmental review; stall for one year the revision of a 19th century mining law; cut back on protected areas in Florida; and increase public logging in California.
When they meet customer needs, riders
become key policy adjuncts--even when they have bumpy rollouts.
Most of AVMotoplex's riders
come from the Antelope Valley, but some come from the San Fernando Valley, Bakersfield or farther.
But his looks conceal the daredevil personality he inherited from his father, Jim, who made a living as a factory Kawasaki Moto-X rider
Two-man teams have one rider
on the road and another in the follow vehicle, resting up or carbo-loading.
The number of Abra riders
clocked 7,171,509 riders
, whereas the Water Bus lifted 249,911 rider
, Dubai Ferry served 56,568 riders
and the Water Taxi offered services to 14,541 riders