Bikers' Den Blog https://blog.bikersden.com Biker Lifestyle Blog and Motorcycle Industry News Fri, 05 Feb 2016 22:37:48 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://i1.wp.com/blog.bikersden.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/11/The-Bikers-Den-Logo-Profile.png?fit=30%2C32 Bikers' Den Blog https://blog.bikersden.com 32 32 Colorado Shooting Stains Biker Reputations Even More https://blog.bikersden.com/biker-lifestyle/colorado-shooting-stains-biker-reputations-even-more/ https://blog.bikersden.com/biker-lifestyle/colorado-shooting-stains-biker-reputations-even-more/#respond Wed, 03 Feb 2016 00:07:34 +0000 https://blog.bikersden.com/?p=3890 Well, here we go. I was all set to share my shopping list of stuff for the new Evo for the Sportster – and the garage is getting full of boxes and the block is back from the machine shop… and...

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Well, here we go. I was all set to share my shopping list of stuff for the new Evo for the Sportster – and the garage is getting full of boxes and the block is back from the machine shop… and some idiots had to go and get in a gun and knife fight at a bike show in Denver.

The other day, at the National Western Complex in Denver, Colorado some bike club members in leather decided that stabbing each other and a gunfight was a great thing to do at a motorcycle expo.

In Denver.

Colorado Shooting Stains Biker Reputations Even More

Denver!

Marijuana is legal there! Why fight? Did somebody eat the last oreo?

Come on, guys! This wasn’t a sit-down between gangs like in Waco last spring – this was some idiots trying to kill each other in public.

We gotta do better.

As a guy who always carries at least a pocketknife and usually a concealed pistol, I can only think of a handful of times that I have ever pulled Colonel Colt’s Equalizer out in 20 years. Never in a crowded place. Never without fear for my life. Never where innocent folks could get hurt or killed.

Yet here we have some deranged fools thinking they are the new version of the Sons of Anarchy, making mess of a show and making us all look like fools.

I said it last spring and I’ll say it again: This makes all of us criminals. When you leave the bar after one beer, you are now going to be profiled. If you aren’t wearing a DOT helmet, you are going to get ticketed. These guys in Denver just made us all one-percenters and we didn’t do anything.

Bastards.

Do I know the whole story? Nope. But I know that there were kids there. Parents. Grandparents. Taxpayers. Probably a preacher or two as well.

All in the same gang now.

All for what I’ll bet we find out was a trivial affront to a misguided ego.

Last week, you may remember I wrote about that jackass from Texas that could care less if you, as a motorcycle enthusiast, live or die? Yeah. Guess what he’s thinking? “Told you they’re all vermin!”

How many other folks made that determination because we “look” scary? Now we are, too.

All you guys that want to ride through Colorado this year on the way to Sturgis or just take an amazing trip through beautiful country? Keep your nose clean. The cops are going to be on you and it appears that our own folks will be, too.

Now, if everybody can stay calm for a week, I’ll be able to give you the details on the Stage 3 build I’m doing on the Evolution. The only parts I still need to be delivered are the Rivera clutch and I’m hoping that the heads will be done this week. If not, I can still start putting everything together and I’m aiming to get 100 horses out of it. As light as this bike is, it is going to scream.

Keep the chrome side up-

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Bigger is Better Mentality a Danger to Bikers https://blog.bikersden.com/biker-lifestyle/bigger-is-better-mentality-a-danger-to-bikers/ https://blog.bikersden.com/biker-lifestyle/bigger-is-better-mentality-a-danger-to-bikers/#respond Sat, 30 Jan 2016 04:16:11 +0000 https://blog.bikersden.com/?p=3887 Well, with the demise of the Evo in my bike, I had planned on writing a little bit of what I was going to build into the new engine. Right now, I have a slew of parts on order and,...

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Well, with the demise of the Evo in my bike, I had planned on writing a little bit of what I was going to build into the new engine. Right now, I have a slew of parts on order and, as these project go, this one has started to suffer a little “scope creep” since I was able to score a bunch of free shipping.

Yeah. I’m easy to upsell.

Well, that’s what I was going to do, until a friend of mine in Baton Rouge posted a link to the International Brotherhood of Motorcycle Riders page on Facebook.

Now, I can’t confirm if this was real (I hope not) or just a troll online, but one “Clifford Gibson” of Odessa Texas posted on Facebook last year (yeah, I know I’m behind) a long rant that really just comes down to this:

“I do NOT care about bikers lives,” (yes, he did not use correct punctuation) is just one of the highlights that Mr. Gibson rants about. He goes on to imply that bikers aren’t smart enough to choose a bigger vehicle with a higher survivability rating in a crash – somehow we should all trade in our bikes and get large SUVs. Dirtbag.

Bigger is Better Mentality a Danger to Bikers

Guys, be careful out there.

This is the same idiocy that will kill too many of us this year. This idea that somehow because you have a bigger car, you are less culpable in an accident. In all the hundreds of thousands of miles I have logged in a car or a bike, I have never once seen a biker reading the morning paper, texting, or talking on a phone. I daresay that bikers are the more responsible drivers, since we know how high the stakes are for us in a crash. Whether you hit a Smartcar or a semi, if you go chrome-down on the highway, bikers don’t walk away.

I’m willing to bet, though, that when 80,000 pounds of dump truck is bearing down on this piece of **** on the highway, he gets all bent out of shape and screams offense at the big guy in the road.

I know most of us have our bikes up for the winter, and now I do, too, but guys, please, please, please – watch out. To have somebody willingly post this kind of childish rhetoric online – where it lives forever – is a threat, plain and simple. I guess I have to ask, when this schnook actually does kill a rider, what defense does he give? Now we know his true colors, so to me, it ceases to be vehicular manslaughter and goes straight to murder.

And the voting public could care less – about a dead rider or about this guy’s hatred of our way of life.

Ride smart, keep it out of the ditches, and keep your head on a swivel.

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Decisions After Blowing Up the Harley https://blog.bikersden.com/biker-lifestyle/decisions-after-blowing-up-the-harley/ https://blog.bikersden.com/biker-lifestyle/decisions-after-blowing-up-the-harley/#respond Sun, 17 Jan 2016 18:52:31 +0000 https://blog.bikersden.com/?p=3883 Well, fellas, it’s time for some new goodies. I kinda blew up the Harley. Actually, I blew a chunk out of the block when I wound out third. 94,378 miles and nearly three quarts of oil down the drain. So now I...

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Well, fellas, it’s time for some new goodies. I kinda blew up the Harley. Actually, I blew a chunk out of the block when I wound out third. 94,378 miles and nearly three quarts of oil down the drain.

So now I have to figure out if it makes more sense to scrap the whole thing and find a new project for the next few months. Really, though, since I know every inch of this bike after all these years, I’m seriously considering building a monster V-twin and massaging that one into my frame.

Come to think of it, my occasional riding buddy does have a 90 Evolution motor sitting in his barn. He laid it down with no insurance with 8900 miles. He made it out with just a little rash, but the bike skidded 125 feet and stopped in a diner wall. In a diner wall!

Harley Davidson Shovelhead Engine

I guess the good news is that I was only 14 miles from the house when the motor ka-boomed. Yeah, I’ve been tearing through every go-fast website looking at my options and looking at an awful lot of what the old lady calls “bike porn” – no, not Easyrider, get your head out of the gutter – and at the same time, that test ride on the Chieftain last week keeps coming back to me.

Did I taunt the Harley gods, and this is how they smite me? I’ve never dished on H-D – except when I tell the truth, but I really don’t want to rip this bike apart to put a motor in it and I want a bike payment like I want to zip my manhood up in my pants. Either way, it sucks.

So for all you out there stuck in the snow, I now know what it feels like to not be able to hop on my bike whenever the urge strikes. I’m going to get my ass in a seat soon, but what it will be is anybody’d guess. I’m still going to do 15,000 miles this year like I said, but there may be a lot more “shakedown” miles locally than going all over the southern U.S.

And then again, I might find a shovelhead in a barn next week.

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2016 Indian Chieftain – Fusing Classic Style with Modern Innovation https://blog.bikersden.com/motorcycle-industry/2016-indian-chieftain-fusing-classic-style-with-modern-innovation/ https://blog.bikersden.com/motorcycle-industry/2016-indian-chieftain-fusing-classic-style-with-modern-innovation/#respond Tue, 12 Jan 2016 16:03:47 +0000 https://blog.bikersden.com/?p=3878 I think everybody, by now, knows that I like old stuff. Old bikes that you can actually fix in your driveway. Old houses that have some history and craftsmanship in them. I love old guns made between World Wars. In...

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I think everybody, by now, knows that I like old stuff. Old bikes that you can actually fix in your driveway. Old houses that have some history and craftsmanship in them. I love old guns made between World Wars. In every industry, there is a period when labor costs and material costs hit a perfect balance and the craftsmanship produced then is amazing.

When it comes to bikes, and V-Twins especially, most of us want to think that period was in the fifties or sixties. No way. Jump on a scoot from those days and you are going to be tinkering at some point in your ride. Personally, that period for Harley didn’t really show up until the Evo motors of the eighties and nineties and the wiring harness after ’94.

So as much as it hurt to do it, I checked out and took an Indian Chieftain for a spin last week. Brand new. Big. Fast. And it could not only haul ass, it could haul all the stuff you’d need for a weekend. First impression? I like baggers but really don’t want one, but this was an amazingly well built bike. Indian got the styling cues right in this one – balanced fenders, the headdress logo on the tank, and the War Bonnet emblem on the front fender pay tribute to its predecessors. The Chieftain’s thunderous V-Twin does likewise as the design of its fins and parallel pushrod tubes were borrowed from Chiefs of the early 1940s.

Indian Chieftain 2016

It really was styling cues like that which caught my eye – it looks like an old bike. Turns out, though, it has a host of new goodies – power windscreen that raises and lowers at the push of a button, cruise control, saddlebags that lock remotely, keyless ignition and ABS. Yes, Indian has done a bang-up job of finding the happy median between old and new.

The nice thing was that, for a touring bike, everything felt right. The seat, the acceleration (Indian claims a 5.3 second 0-60 mph and I’d believe it), the positioning of all the controls. The front fairing not only looks slick, it shields riders well. The solo seat from the Indian accessories catalog is shaped sound and supports riders with no pressure points. The floorboards are long so you can shift your feet around on those occasions when fatigue does settle in and the riding position is open and relaxed for a six-foot-tall rider. The suspension set up also makes long stints in the saddle that much easier. Though it runs a single shock on the rear, the ride is smooth and rebound feels ideal. The pneumatic rear is preload adjustable but requires a hand pump and the removal of the left side cover below the seat to access the air fitting above the fuse box.

The best part? While I was running it, hustling through some of the tighter bends in the road the Chieftain required constant input at the handlebars to keep it on the desired line. Not every rider wants that, but to me, that is what makes a bike an experience. If you want a car, get one. I still didn’t have to put any real effort into initiating a turn because the front fairing doesn’t inhibit steering despite being fork-mounted and cornering clearance is fairly ample. With a little pressure on the rear brake and just the right amount of friction on the clutch, the big bike is manageable at low speeds. Its center of gravity sits low thanks in part to a laden 26-inch seat height. Add in the fact that the seat is fairly slim where it meets the tank and planting two-feet firmly on the ground is a fuss-free affair.

Simply put, this is a really well designed bike. Am I going to trade in my old Evo-powered Harley? Nope. But for a computer bike with all the gizmos, this one is worth a look. Especially if you can’t ride yours right now.

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Ashes and Ashpalt – A Biker Novel by Trevor Halloway https://blog.bikersden.com/biker-lifestyle/ashes-and-ashpalt-a-biker-novel-by-trevor-halloway/ https://blog.bikersden.com/biker-lifestyle/ashes-and-ashpalt-a-biker-novel-by-trevor-halloway/#respond Tue, 05 Jan 2016 05:08:38 +0000 https://blog.bikersden.com/?p=3872 Though banned in parts of Portland, “Ashes and Asphalt” is still riding strong. Follow along estranged brothers, Mike and Kyle Byrne, as they carry their dad’s ashes 2,000 miles to Sturgis. Available in e-Book and paperback

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Though banned in parts of Portland, “Ashes and Asphalt” is still riding strong. Follow along estranged brothers, Mike and Kyle Byrne, as they carry their dad’s ashes 2,000 miles to Sturgis.

Ashes and Ashphalt
Available in e-Book and paperback

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2016 Motorcycle Resolutions https://blog.bikersden.com/biker-lifestyle/2016-motorcycle-resolutions/ https://blog.bikersden.com/biker-lifestyle/2016-motorcycle-resolutions/#respond Sat, 02 Jan 2016 19:03:24 +0000 https://blog.bikersden.com/?p=3866 Here we go! New Year, new resolutions, and I’ve decided to write two sets of them. The first is that standard crap – lose weight, make more money, save more of the money I make and invest it intelligently… yada,...

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Here we go! New Year, new resolutions, and I’ve decided to write two sets of them. The first is that standard crap – lose weight, make more money, save more of the money I make and invest it intelligently… yada, yada, yada.

2016 Motorcycle New Years Resolutions

The fun one, though, is all the stuff I’m going to do that is motorcycle related (and I got a bunch of gift cards that I managed to activate and will spend on biker gear). Anyhow – here’s my 2016 Motorcycle Resolutions:

  • Log 15,000 miles on the Sportster this year. (2015 I got 12,732)
  • Keep the dirty parts cleaner – and facing down.
  • Road trip to the Wisconsin Motorcycle Memorial Park, but not join the club.
  • Teach 5 young people to ride.
  • Ride US 278 from one end to the other, then turn south and head to New Orleans for Mardi Gras in New Orleans on February 9. If the weather holds!
  • Keep my eyebrows (readers will remember that I had the chance to blow them off about halfway through 2015)
  • Not develop the need to replace my leather.

How about you guys? I know a bunch of ya’ll are up to your asses in snow, but now is the time to plan all those cool road trips in the spring and summer. Trade in some of those gift cards for gear and get your scoot ready, because it is going to be time to ride soon enough. No sense in trying to figure it out then, figure it out now and make the plans, that way, you know exactly who to blame when those plans get screwed.
Keep the shiny side up guys! Happy New Year!

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MMA Fighter Adam Sandoval is Scootin’ America https://blog.bikersden.com/biker-lifestyle/mma-fighter-adam-sandoval-is-scootin-america/ https://blog.bikersden.com/biker-lifestyle/mma-fighter-adam-sandoval-is-scootin-america/#respond Mon, 28 Dec 2015 20:04:19 +0000 https://blog.bikersden.com/?p=3863 Well, here we are, beginning of 2016, and half the continent is freezing and the other half is 75 degrees. Down here in the southern U.S., we are enjoying some amazing weather – and some bad rain – and I...

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Well, here we are, beginning of 2016, and half the continent is freezing and the other half is 75 degrees. Down here in the southern U.S., we are enjoying some amazing weather – and some bad rain – and I still haven’t put the bike up. Of course, looking at the weather, it appears that I may not be riding this weekend since it may actually get into the mid-forties, but I can’t complain.

The best part of this weird weather is that there is a young man doing a lot of good on a bike and he has trekked thousands of miles for a great cause. Adam Sandoval is an MMA fighter who is visiting every Harley dealership in the Lower 48 states. On a Harley. With a Chihuahua named Scooter riding with him. If I hadn’t seen it, I would’ve thought it was crazy.

MMA Fighter Adam Sandoval  is Scootin' America

Now, I have to say this, every now and again, I’ll see somebody riding with a dog. Not common, but not uncommon either. But these two have logged something like 50,000 miles together. Seeing a guy that looks like he just mopped the floor with five guys and a 7 pound dog peeking out of a bag on the luggage rack is a sight you won’t soon forget.

I caught up with Adam and Scooter at the Harley dealership in Greenville, South Carolina the other day, and it was great. The refreshing part is that Adam and Scooter are raising money for United States soldiers that have fallen in the service of their country. For a veteran, this would be a noble cause, but Adam is doing this precisely because he isn’t a vet – he’s proud to be able to give back to the men and women who make his freedom possible every day.

That is a truly noble thing, and I was proud to meet him and ride a couple of miles with him. As we go forward into 2016, let’s all see how we can give something back to our community and our countries. I know I don’t usually link to other sites in these blogs, but this was a really cool thing that this young man is doing, so for more information, check it out at Scootin America. Who knows, maybe it will give you guys a great idea. I mean, spending a year on a bike traveling is a pretty cool idea.

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Honoring Fallen Bikers through Charity Toy Runs https://blog.bikersden.com/biker-lifestyle/3858/ https://blog.bikersden.com/biker-lifestyle/3858/#respond Wed, 16 Dec 2015 18:20:07 +0000 http://blog.bikersden.com/?p=3858 So Happy Harleydays! As we close out the year, I want to talk about one simple thing – how are we seen in our community? Two weeks ago, I took a long weekend to do a run in St. Pete,...

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So Happy Harleydays! As we close out the year, I want to talk about one simple thing – how are we seen in our community?

Two weeks ago, I took a long weekend to do a run in St. Pete, Florida – especially since the weather here in the southern U.S. has been amazing. This was the Jim Rosenkrans Memorial Toy Run on the west coast of Florida and it was awesome – it was a little wet, but it made a ton of a difference in a lot of kids’ lives. I want to thank ALL the clubs that turned out – and all the independents (like me!) who drove out to do it.

Jim Rosenkrans Memorial Bike Run

It was a great year and we hope to have another one next year. We had a lot of feedback that the run was much slower this year. For safety reasons, the parade procession was paced slower because of wet roads.

I also want to thank everybody in that part of the world like:

  • All the Law Enforcement Officers who helped escort the ride.
  • The St. Pete and Lealman Fire Departments for helping to lead and trail the ride.
  • The local celebrities Dave McKay and Jen Holloway for promoting the event.
  • Mike from MnM BBQ for putting out some great food for a lot of people!
  • Tony from Full Throttle for covering the event.
  • The city of St. Petersburg and the Mayor’s Office for all their hard work on permitting and organizing.
  • The FLGC HOG Chapter who handled registration and parking.
  • The school volunteers that helped out with so much.
  • All the great and generous sponsors.
  • And of course, all the generous people who donated and participated in the run.

Now, the next weekend, Tallahassee Florida had a run with 500 bikes that did the same thing.

Want I need you guys out there to do – since I know that this is a tradition among bikers – is to get the media involved in these sort of things. Those folks are still talking about Waco from this Spring, but they don’t seem to show up when we do something that is a whole lot more characteristic of what the 99% do! I don’t care if you are in snow up to the tops of your chaps! Get out there and let people know that we are a great force for helping folks and even if we dress in black leather and can’t spell muffler, we have a soft spot for the people in the towns and cities we call home.

So have a Merry Christmas, get some gear for the bike, and be visible!

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Rise of the Concept Motorcycles https://blog.bikersden.com/motorcycle-industry/rise-of-the-concept-motorcycles/ https://blog.bikersden.com/motorcycle-industry/rise-of-the-concept-motorcycles/#respond Sat, 12 Dec 2015 04:31:02 +0000 http://blog.bikersden.com/?p=3855 You guys know I’m old-fashioned. Old bike. Old(er) guy. I like stuff that I can understand because that means I can likely fix it. Computers are not always my friend, although they make me my living. Stuff controlled by a...

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You guys know I’m old-fashioned. Old bike. Old(er) guy. I like stuff that I can understand because that means I can likely fix it. Computers are not always my friend, although they make me my living. Stuff controlled by a computer on a bike makes even less sense to me and just seems like a reason to have to take your ride to the dealership.

The other thing that I can’t stand is bikes that look purpose built and really are just relabeled factory junk. Adding plastic fairings doesn’t make it a cruiser or “old school”. It makes it plastic. Add that to the fact that I really have never liked the bikes that BMW builds and it is even harder for me to acknowledge that they have introduced a great concept, a purpose-built bike that is not a re-badged, plasticized model.

Now, these days, any activity pursued by two or more people gets labeled as a “sport,” and everyday we see new activities and hardware added to the mix. The “X Games” caliber rider is just the guy that can use this. Professional riders have taken elements that are widely regarded as dangerous and unnecessary on the road, and moved them to a closed-circuit, or otherwise controlled environment, where they belong. These intrepid riders have taken raw shenanigannery and honed it to an art form all its own. Now usually, stunt bikes are relatively stock off road machines with customized additions such as extra footpegs, engine guards (for obvious reasons) and unique features such as a 12- o’clock bar for some of the more extreme (read: vertical) maneuvers. However, since they aren’t purpose-built in a factory, bike-building ability is part of the overall skillset for the sport.

BMW Motorrad G310 Concept Motorcycle

Enter the G 310, a concept stunt bike built by BMW Motorrad that is meant to go straight from showroom to event with a minimum of mechanical dickering. This bike comes stripped, with no turn signals or lights of any sort, or even a license plate holder, so not only is it built for a specific purpose, it’s no good for any sort of (legal) road transportation. Before you read that as a negative, bear in mind that all of BMW’s resources went into handling stunts, with nothing wasted on any sort of non-essential bits and bobs. The result: we have the opposite of a Jack-of-all-trades, a purpose-built master of one particular style of riding.

The nature of stunt riding requires a balance of power, handling and well, balance. Brute power takes a backseat to manageable output and weight considerations, and so the engine is rather small at, I deduced, only 310 cc. This strikes a balance (that word again) between engine weight and grunt, ensuring enough power to handle the weight, with no weight wasted on excess power. Engine and chassis controls also got the stunt bike treatment with a lockable throttle for hands-off tricks, and special brakes on the rear. Dual rear calipers grip the same rotor, and while one caliper operates normally off the foot pedal, the other caliper operates off the left-hand brake lever nestled in next to the clutch lever so you can maintain front-wheel control when it’s time for a feet-off stunt.

I don’t personally know one individual that might need to own this bike, but it is nice to see that a manufacturer (even with a poor service record) is looking out for the guys in the sport out on the edge. Imagine if Mother Davidson purpose-built a stripped-down no-frills bike? They could even call it the stripper! Basic wiring, big engine, easy-to tune carb setup, and comfortable seat? Wait. Isn’t that what a bike should be?

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Serious Savings on a Serious Motorcycle Audio System https://blog.bikersden.com/motorcycle-parts-tools/serious-savings-on-a-serious-motorcycle-audio-system/ https://blog.bikersden.com/motorcycle-parts-tools/serious-savings-on-a-serious-motorcycle-audio-system/#respond Sat, 12 Dec 2015 03:52:09 +0000 http://blog.bikersden.com/?p=3847 No seriously! Visit SharkMotorcycleAudio.com for a serious price reduction on a 4 ch 1400 watt motorcycle audio system. You don’t need to be an audiophile and spend thousands of dollars on getting great sound during your ride… seriously.

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No seriously! Visit SharkMotorcycleAudio.com for a serious price reduction on a 4 ch 1400 watt motorcycle audio system. You don’t need to be an audiophile and spend thousands of dollars on getting great sound during your ride… seriously.

Shark 1000 Motorcycle Audio System

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