It’s a roaring kick-start for Rolling Art Motorcycles
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It’s a roaring kick-start for Rolling Art Motorcycles

A FLEDGING family motorcycle business in Purton has received a major promotional kick-start after reaching the finals of national biking contest, Built in Britain.

Founded in 2010 by father and son team Glenn and Gary Dance, Rolling Art Motorcycles, based at the Penn Farm Industrial Estate, has received a flood of enquiries after gaining invaluable exposure through Built in Britain which is backed by motorcycle insurance specialist Carole Nash and promoted by weekly bikers’ bible, MotorCycle News.

By being voted into the finals by the public, the company’s ‘Dunkley Harton’ custom built motorcycle has already benefited from being displayed to more than 100,000 motorcyclists at Motorcycle Live, the UK’s biggest motorcycle show hosted at Birmingham’s NEC.

The duo now face a nerve-wracking wait to see if the unique machine has won the Pro-Builder category. With…………… continues on Swindon Advertiser

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Do penalties for smokers and the obese make sense?
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NEW YORK — Faced with the high cost of caring for smokers and overeaters, experts say society must grapple with a blunt question: Instead of trying to penalize them and change their ways, why not just let these health sinners die prematurely from their unhealthy habits?

Annual health care costs are roughly $ 96 billion for smokers and $ 147 billion for the obese, the government says. These costs accompany sometimes heroic attempts to prolong lives, including surgery, chemotherapy and other measures.

But despite these rescue attempts, smokers tend to die 10 years earlier on average, and the obese die five to 12 years prematurely, according to various researchers’ estimates.

And attempts to curb smoking and unhealthy eating frequently lead to backlash: Witness the current legal tussle over New York City’s first-of-its-kind limits on the size of sugary beverages and the vicious fight last year in California over a ballot proposal to add a $ 1-per-pack cigarette tax, which was ultimately defeated.

“This is my life. I should be able to do what I want,” said Sebastian Lopez, a college student from Queens, speaking last September when the New York City Board of Health approved the soda size rules.

Critics also contend that tobacco- and calorie-control measures place a disp…………… continues on Dallas Morning News

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