Everlane Wants You to Have a Daily Uniform to Make Dressing Easier How Full Harvest and Misfits Market Are Saving Ugly Produce Vanderhall’s 2020 Carmel GT Is a Race-Ready, 3-Wheel Go-Kart If only bikes could fold up into a nice, compact size so that we could carry them around effortlessly. Oh wait, now they can. The folks over at Sada Bike came up with something that just might do the trick. First of all, it can be packed up in a backpack. This hubless bike features a frame that folds away for maximum portability. It also has no spokes. The design focuses on the bike’s space-saving advantages. Unlike most bikes, which usually get their strength from the tension in the spokes, the strength of the Sada Bicycle is put into the rim. Sadabike has spoke-less wheels. And the best part is that the wheels are normal size, no more tiny wheels that hinder speed and stability. Italian designer Gianluca Sada came up with this convenient bicycle that lets you ride around town without having to worry about parking your bike and having it get stolen. It’s so efficient that it folds up into the size of an umbrella. He has been working on this bike brilliance since 2008.Now if only we had a Sada Bike that time we wanted to bike around the city and just put our bike in a backpack.For more information, visit sadabike.com. The Opus OP15′ Is a Tricked-Out, Off-Road-Ready Travel Trailer Why Your Desk Chair Matters and the 9 Best Ones to Boost Your Productivity Editors’ Recommendations
zoom The merger transactions between Frontline and Frontline 2012 have been approved today at the special general meeting of the shareholders of the respective companies.The merger will see Frontline as the surviving legal entity and Frontline 2012 becoming a wholly-owned subsidiary of Frontline, creating the second biggest tanker shipping company.The closing of the merger is expected to take place following close of trade on the Oslo Stock Exchange and close of the NOTC today.Once completed, Frontline together with its subsidiary Frontline 2012 will have a fleet of approximately 90 vessels, including vessels on commercial management, vessels on time charter in and newbuildings due for delivery in the next 24 months.
‘Tis the season of Santa Claus parades and Brock is looking for volunteers to walk alongside the University’s float and help spread holiday cheer and hand out candy canes.Brock will participate in the following parades:• Nov. 22 at 2:30 p.m. in St. Catharines• Nov. 28 at 4 p.m. in Thorold• Dec. 12 at 11 a.m. in Niagara on the LakeAnyone interested in participating, please contact Curtis Gadula in Student Life and Community Experience by email at [email protected] Catharines parade volunteers will meet near the corner of Duke St. and Wellington St. at 2 p.m.