Day: March 11, 2021

Man Faces Prices In Practice Automotive Smuggling Try

Lots of the modifications occurring in the automotive market right this moment, including tightened credit score markets in a capital-intensive trade and increased authorities involvement are the newest world challenges. The settings I most popular for the observe have been: Track Mode with the throttle map set to Avenue, ABS set to Supermoto, and Wheelie Control on (yes, I suck at wheelies). I suppose the setting that stands out is the Avenue throttle map. Since a lot of the riders I talked to went for the Sport mapping, I used to be somewhat sheepish about my choice until Chris Filmore informed me that it was his preferred setting, too. The selection was made solely on my preference to how the engine responded to throttle inputs mid-corner. Though Sport wasn’t abrupt, I am a rider who values smoothness, and Road gave me just that little further finesse.

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BKFC, RIZIN alum Sheena ‘Starr’ Brandenburg charged in deadly August hit-and-run

Professional combat sports athlete Sheena Brandenburg, also known by the fighting alias “Sheena Starr,” has been arrested on charges stemming from an August hit-and-run incident that left one person dead in Clark County, Mich.

A former fighter for Bare Knuckle FC and RIZIN, Brandenburg was only recently arrested in Elsberry, Mo., after a warrant for her arrest was issued in October. Michigan State Police confirmed the news to MMA Junkie on Wednesday after an initial report from 9&10 News.

Following her arrest, Brandenberg, 37, was extradited to Michigan State Police and placed in Clark County Jail. She was arraigned March 8 on one count of reckless driving causing death and one count failure to stop at scene accident resulting in serious impairment or death. Her bond was set at $250,000.

The alleged hit-and-run occurred Aug. 1 at around 1 a.m. local time. Michigan State Police officers responded to

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Biker Week Is a Sick Joke for the Unvaccinated in Florida

Phelan M. Ebenhack/AP

Phelan M. Ebenhack/AP

MIAMI—Over the weekend, Sean Doyle was in his backyard in Daytona Beach, Florida, when he spotted hundreds of motorcycles roaring across Seabreeze Bridge. The procession of two-wheeled iron machines signaled that the annual gathering of motorcyclists known as Daytona Beach Bike Week was in full swing. While Doyle has soaked in the biker festivities the last six years he’s lived in town, the 56-year-old New York City transplant is sitting out the 2021 edition.

“I love Bike Week, but I won’t go near it this year,” Doyle told The Daily Beast. “I just think it’s going to be a superspreader event, so I am staying away.”

On social media pages of local news outlets, dozens of Daytona Beach denizens like Doyle are expressing their own intentions to avoid the motorcycle parades, races, concerts, parties, and street festivals that come with the 10-day event that began last

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