Poreč Bike Share, the most modern system for automatic bicycle rental that provides citizens and guests of Poreč with a simple, fast and affordable form of transport in the city, in just seven days attracted over 300 users who made more than 500 rentals and pedaled more than 1000 kilometers.Poreč Bike Share consists of 70 bicycles arranged at 5 stations that can be rented at any station and also returned at any other station, which significantly facilitates uninterrupted cycling for all users. This Valamar investment is worth more than one million kuna, and was realized in cooperation with Sistema javnih bicikla doo, a licensed nextbike partner known throughout Europe.But, most importantly, Poreč received additional content, and it is precisely the quality, variety and most importantly authentic content that makes a tourist destination successful.
AUBURN, Mich. (July 10) – Myron DeYoung checked in at the pit shack and then checked out on the rest of the Main Street Seed and Supply IMCA Modified field Friday at Tri-City Motor Speedway.Frank Evans III paced the field to green flag and led the first half of the race. Point leader DeYoung found some room on the bottom of the track and took the lead on lap 10.The man chasing DeYoung in the point standing, A.J. Ward, made his way through the pack and tried making a move but had his hands full with Todd Matheson.When it was all said and done, nobody could find away pass DeYoung and he took the no. 7D to victory lane at Auburn for the third time this season.Finishing behind him were Ward in second, Matheson in third, Brenten DeYoung in fourth and Rusty Zeigler, who was involved in an early crash, in fifth.