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Top Long-distance Touring Motorcycles of 2020
The best true touring motorcycles, baggers, and light touring bikes of 2020True tourers are the bikes that make no sacrifices for styling; they’re utilitarian machines designed for covering long miles, and they’re the best at hitting that mark. Baggers are more traditionally styled bikes equipped with hard bags and fairings; these are also equipped for long miles, but with a larger consideration toward styling. And the light tourers here are unfaired motorcycles without hard saddlebags, but that can still handle serious long-mile use with some modifications.
(Reuters) - Norway's Hans Christer Holund produced a dominant display to win the gold medal in the men's 15km freestyle event at the FIS Ski World Championships in Oberstdorf on Wednesday.
Holund finished in 33 minutes 48.7 seconds to cross the line 20.2 seconds ahead of fellow Norwegian Simen Hegstad Krueger while compatriot Harald Amundsen took the bronze medal in an event where the athletes start at 30-second intervals.
"It was big. That's probably the biggest thing I've ever done. I had a good day and managed to carry out what was planned," an emotional Holund told broadcaster NRK.
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"I took it very nicely the first round and went with good control. When I went (on) the last lap, I went on emotion. Then you get extra energy."
Favourite Alexander Bolshunov of Russia finished fourth.
Norway's Maren Lundby claimed the gold medal in the first women's large hill ski jumping event in the history of the world championships, beating Japan's Sara Takanashi by a margin of
8.7 points. Nika Kriznar of Slovenia took the bronze.
"Just becoming world champion in itself is something I had not imagined a couple of weeks ago, and in addition it's on this day here that we have fought so hard for. The combination there is difficult to absorb," Lundby said.
(Reporting by Shrivathsa Sridhar in Bengaluru,; Editing by David Goodman and Ed Osmond)
2021 Ford Mustang Mach 1 First Drive: Thunder Macher! .
Rest in thunder, 2016 to 2020 Shelby GT350. Your ethereal 5.2-liter Voodoo V-8 was too good for this low-redline world; not even the recently introduced, supercar-baiting GT500’s 7,500-rpm cutoff can match your 8,250-rpm supernova scream. Your loss is so profoundly felt we’ve been casting about for some car—any car—to fill the hole in our heart. But that car won't be the new 2021 Ford Mustang Mach 1. Not because it's not great, but because it's not supposed to be.