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Look Twice Geocoin Todie's Wild Ride PC: Zoesbrother

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Owner:
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Released:
Thursday, 02 April 2009
Origin:
Wisconsin, United States
Recently Spotted:
In 2009 WGA Geo-Picnic

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Current GOAL

Stay in my pocket and visit as many events as possible.

About This Item

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Helmets

1.       One crash kills most helmets. That Styrofoam layer between the shell and your head is your best friend. The expanded polystyrene (Styrofoam) crushes under impact to give your head approximately 6/100ths of a second extra stopping time. That 6/100ths of a second can be the difference between you getting back up and riding off and having to relearn the alphabet. The foam also distributes the point of impact over a larger area.

 

2.       Proper Fit

Your helmet should neither dig into your scalp nor flop around. The better the fit the more protection you will have. To ensure proper adjustment start with the interior pads. Most are held in place with adhesive or hook and loop strips, which can be added or removed to customize fit or to wash when they get dirty. Next adjust the straps so that each V-buckle is positioned right below your ears, then cinch the main buckle so two fingers barely fit between your chin and the strap. To make sure the helmet is fitting correctly push the front of your helmet up. If it moves more than 1 inch, tighten the chin straps. Repeat with the back adjustment.

 

Tracking History (396.2mi) View Map

Discovered It 08/18/2011 marc_54140 discovered it   Visit Log

Thanks for sharing, at the 2011 West Bend Ca$h Ba$h.

Discovered It 08/14/2011 Shischkabob discovered it   Visit Log

Looked all over the parking lot for these ones. Found it at the West Bend Cache Ba$h.

Discovered It 08/14/2011 MI Barrel Makers discovered it   Visit Log

Discovered at the We$t Bend Cache Ba$h!

Discovered It 08/13/2011 tc54915 discovered it   Visit Log

Discovered at the West Bend Cache Bash. Thanks for placing it in circulation!!
TC54915 Appleton WI.

Discovered It 08/13/2011 katydoodle discovered it   Visit Log

Discovered at the 2011 West Bend Cache Bash. Thanks for sharing!

Discovered It 08/13/2011 magtfplanner discovered it   Visit Log

Discovered with VegasDuo while attending the 2011 Cache Ba$h in West Bend, Wisconsin !

Discovered It 08/13/2011 Team Rusch discovered it   Visit Log

Discovered this at the West Bend Cache Ba$h, Team Rusch

Discovered It 08/13/2011 bugsmasher69 discovered it   Visit Log

Saw it at the cache bash.

Discovered It 08/13/2011 RJ McKenzie discovered it   Visit Log

Discovered this one at the West Bend $1000 Cache Ba$h 2011 while I was volunteering at the trackable table at around 3:58pm.

Discovered It 08/13/2011 The Searchers discovered it   Visit Log

Discovered at West Bend Cache Ba$h 2011.
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