“The Mill Girl”
She stands here, for thousands of 19th century workers
Industrial revolutionaries who broke with the past to earn their living, making history and creating the future ➡️
🗓 In 1880 one third of Manchester’s population, 3385 women 👩👱♀️👵, worked in the textile mills🏭 of The Amoskeag Manufacturing Company, situated along the banks of the Merrimack River 🏞
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There is live music all over Downtown Manchester on any given night and especially on Fridays and Saturdays!
We are the rolling billboard that you wish you had!
We ride in New Hampshire's busiest Downtown with high pedestrian foot traffic and vehicle traffic. We park strategically while we wait for passengers so that people notice as they move by. Most of all we grab tons of attention when our riders are having a good time. They are often taking selfies, singing, talking with people, waving, giving out high fives and more!
Let's find a way to get your business or product the attention it needs in Manchester, NH! Contact info in profile or just message us here!
What do you train for? When you have active interests, your training in the gym should carry over to better and safer performance in the things you enjoy outside of the gym. Performance-specific training should focus on two things: exercises that will make you better at the movements you will be doing in your sport, and corrective exercise to correct imbalances from repetitive use that can lead to injury.
Somewhere... Beyond the sea... 👰🏼🤵🏼 Katie and Eric. Thank you so much for inviting me to be a part of your American wedding. It was An honor to stand with you and experience all of the love, admiration, respect, trust and pure happiness that radiate from you. 💞
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Another beautiful summer weekend in Downtown Manchester!
Thanks for rolling with us and keeping it fun and weird per usual!
Looking to stand out among the crowd? Reach out to learn more about marketing opportunities with Peddl in Manchester, NH. We are moving billboards and brand ambassadors that tend to grab quite a bit of attention here in New Hampshire's largest city!
We tend to find ourselves in lots of pictures, selfies, facebook lives, snap / instagram stories and etc every night that we are out rolling through Downtown Manchester.
How awesome would it be if we were rocking your organizations branded hats, t-shirts, sunglasses or some fun costume? Not only will people see it on us downtown. People also love to share in their fun experiences on social.
Looking for something different to do with the family? Consider taking your kids for a ride with us through the Downtown Manchester or the Millyard. Or just grab a ride to dinner, the bookstore, ice cream, a show, and/or etc.
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The Peddl Manchester Pedicab is getting a new back panel wrap done today with the good people over at Lifesize Wraps
Let me know if you would like to have your brand, product or service rolling through Manchester's Downtown grabbing tons of eyeballs. We still have some availability for side panel, kick plate panel, flags and rider gear sponsorships.
Allen Millyard is the sort of mad genius fabricator that the world needs more of. And his homebrew contributions to motorcycling are incredible. I suppose you should expect that from a guy whose day job is "nuclear research engineer". Here we see two of his better known works, both of which are on display at the Barber Motorsports Museum: his Kawasaki V12, a 2300 cc monster built from two KZ1300 inline-sixes, and his more elegant 1600cc V8 built from a Z1.
But these are but two of his maniac creations. And I'd argue they are some of his tamer projects.
He has built a fully functional and street registered Dodge Viper V10 powered motorcycle that clocked a top speed of 207 mph (I dare you to find evidence the much-hyped Tomahawk concept ever made it onto the street, let alone came close to the absurd performance claims that surrounded it.). https://www.telegraph.co.uk/cars/motorcycles/millyard-viper-v10-at-london-motorcycle-show/
He's grafted together a series of multi-cylinder two-stroke Kawasakis including a five cylinder "KH". http://www.bikebound.com/2017/07/11/kawasaki-kh500-millyard-special/
He built a 100cc Honda V-twin out of two SS50 engines. He did this at a bike show over the course of a weekend.
Recently he completed a five-liter V-twin that uses cylinders from a Pratt and Witney Wasp aircraft radial engine. Like everything else he builds, it's totally functional: https://www.telegraph.co.uk/motoring/motorbikes/11290917/Flying-Millyard-review.html
Allen Millyard, a british engineer, was inspired by Chrysler's Tomohawk concept in early 2000s, but thought that he could do better. While the tomahawk concept definitely holds water from a design perspective, it was never regarded as more than a “rideable engine stand” by the motorcycle community. Allen had no interest in creating an expensive paperweight, and with a chance v10 motor find on eBay, he was off to create his vision. Years later, the dust had settled, and Millyard had successfully grafted a 500hp+ V10 into a rideable chassis, which he has since put over 6000 riding miles on; and has also been a GPS verified 207mph on track. 🏁