Year: 2021

BMW Aims Right At Harley’s Heart

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The Germans want a nice thick slice of the American pie…

BMW Motorrad USA recently unveiled two new additions to its popular R 18 product family, the 2022 R 18 B “Bagger” and R 18 Transcontinental. To anyone with sense, it’s obvious these motorcycles are positioned to be as American as apple streusel pie in a bid to peel away some customer base from Harley-Davidson. This is the beauty of free markets, consumers get more choices than all those wonderful government-mandated vehicles made in the USSR way back when, so they can either reward BMW for this gambit or punish the move.

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photo credit: BMW

photo credit: BMW

When the brass at BMW Motorrad made the final decision to go ahead with these new R 18s, it was back when

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Bachelor Of Science In Data & Computer Expertise

After all, the accounting corporations have an instantaneous vested interest in the success of the project, though in the long run the logo-posters will discover it useful in attracting prospects. Coopers & Lybrand has made an aggressive strategic transfer into what it calls “Computer Assurance Services.” Over 1500 of its 70,000 professionals worldwide work on this follow. C&L’s Internet Assurance follow, a 150-person subset of Computer Assurance, focuses on a small handful of areas, notable among them privacy evaluations. C&L’s eTRUST purchasers embody Firefly, InterMind (a privacy-oriented publishing intermediary that G1lets you obtain tailored content material anonymously), and Narrowline. In an attestation evaluate, the consumer makes specific assertions, which are then “attested” to by the impartial auditor. These attestation evaluations are ruled by American Institute of Certified Public Accountants standards of practice. Independent third-party attestations from C&L about shopper data practices provide reasonable assurance that the business practices operate as … Read More

Motorcycle crash in Clinton County claims 1 life

CLINTON COUNTY, Ind. — A 20-year-old man is dead after crashing his motorcycle on a winding section of road in Clinton County on Sunday afternoon.

Leonardo Hernandez Jimenez, 20, of Frankfort died on the scene as a result of his injuries.

Hernandez was an active member of the United States Army National Guard.   

According to the Clinton County Sheriff’s Department, Hernandez was traveling with two other motorcycles on State Road 38 heading west through a stretch of road that curves twice near County Road 500 South and County Road 450 East.

Investigators believe Hernandez went off the north side of the roadway while entering the second curve and struck a concrete drainage culvert.

Police say Hernandez was wearing a helmet at the time of the crash and was the sole occupant on the motorcycle. Speed is believed to be a factor in the crash.

“This is another tragic event that

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National Guardsman dies in Clinton County motorcycle crash

Leonardo Hernandez Jimenez, 20, of Frankfort, died in a crash on a road that splits into two nearly 90 degree turns, the sheriff’s office said.

CLINTON COUNTY, Ind. — A 20-year-old man died Sunday in a motorcycle crash on State Road 38 in Clinton County. Authorities say he was an active member of the National Guard.

Leonardo Hernandez Jimenez, 20, of Frankfort, was the lead motorcycle in a group of three who were traveling westbound on State Road 38 East. 

At around 3 p.m., the Clinton County Sheriff’s Office said dispatch began receiving 911 calls reporting a single-vehicle motorcycle crash with injuries near State Road 38, County Road 500 South, and County Road 450 East. In this area, State Road 38 turns into two nearly 90 degree turns, with County Road 500 South running east and County Road 450 East running south, the sheriff’s office explained. 

Deputies went to the

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