These include wheels embedded inside tubular steel tracks (to help keep ride cars - and riders
- on track), and cushioned, over-the-shoulder harnesses (to keep you buckled in).
Similar to the return of premium rider
, the unemployment rider
has been around awhile in the mortgage life insurance market.
Although individual riders
are generally narrow in focus, taken as a group, this year's crop is a significant step backwards in environmental protection.
Coming into prominence are new riders
to prevent lapse of universal life insurance at old ages--the so-called secondary guarantee riders
The desert doesn't have groomed jumps, flagmen to stop other riders
when there's a spill and paramedics minutes away, Lundin said.
Seven of the 40 Street riders
at this week's LG Action Sports World Championships live in Greenville, N.
That teamwork has paid off with some records: Skipper shares three of them in the Ride Across America competition, including one in men's tandem team, one in a mixed tandem team - where two of the riders
were blind - and one solo award for riding a ``human-powered vehicle.
HE Mattar Al Tayer, Director General and Chairman of the Board of Executive Directors of the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA), said: "The number of metro riders
on both the Red and Green Lines over the last six months topped 88,252,034 riders
; compared with 81,403,876 riders
during the same period last year".