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Cindy Kalkomey of Ship Edreg ; has been appointed to the National Organisation of State Sailing Law Administrators’ new Nationwide Education Standards Panel. The 15-member panel, which represents state, federal, nonprofit, commercial and public stakeholder interests, will start work this year to review national sailing education standards. Kalkomey, founder of multi-media publishing and education company Kalkomey Companies, played a leading role in developing the our site managed online course. NASBLA and Transport Canada have adopted this sort of course as their internet delivery standard. Kalkomey Enterprises, parent company of Ship Ed and our web site provides lecture room and / or online education courses for 48 states.
“I’ve been a boater all my life and appreciate how boating enriches the bonds I have with family and friends,” Kalkomey declared. “So others can experience the thrill of boating, I’m looking forward to working on education standards to ensure licensed boaters have learned the simple way to stay safe and legal.” Ship Ed joined NASBLA as an associate member in 1998. Kalkomey has actively served on NASBLA’s education panel for 10 years. That experience, combined with a Ph.D. In stats and a pro career focused on having a look at data impassively to come to conclusions, will be a valued asset in the panel’s work.
The panel will judge, develop and revise the nation’s boating education standards using open, consensus-based procedures that fit with the American National Standards Institute’s necessary prerequisites for due process press release distributors . Panel appointees will be trained on ANSI-based procedures, which include prompt consideration of different perspectives and challenges, consensus balloting, a public review of standards drafts, and the possibility for procedural appeals. The panel will review the national boating education standards each 5 years starting in 2011 with the most current standards forming the basis for the 1st review. A preliminary “call for suggested revisions” to the standards will be decided after the panel organizes its work. The NASBLA website will provide directions for submitting proposed revisions, the standards documents up for review, and other resources.
Other members delegated to the panel to represent state interests are Anthony Cardoza (N.H. ), Ed Huntsman (Ariz. ), Jeff Johnson (Alaska), MariAnn Koloszar (Ore. ), and Betsy Woods (Tenn. ) The members appointed to represent Fed. Boating agency interests are John Malatak (USCG) and Robin Freeman (USCG-Aux). As well as Kalkomey of our web site Kerry Moher (BoaterExam) was appointed to represent commercial interests.
The members chosen to the panel to represent nonprofit interests are John Adey (ABYC), Joe Gatfield (Canadian Power & Sail Squadrons), and Terry Leitz (NMMA). Those members appointed to represent the general public interests are Pam Dillon, Joseph Connolly II and Bob Sweet (USPS). To discover more about the Nation’s Education Standards Panel, its rules, and the nominees, feel free to visit the web site Get your sailing license and learn how to stay safe and legal on the water. About NASBLA The Nation’s Organisation of State Sailing Law Administrators is a countrywide non profit organisation that works to develop state policy for recreational sailing safety. NASBLA represents the recreational cruising authorities of all 50 states and the U.S. Territories.
The association offers a variety of resources, including coaching, model acts, education standards and publications. Thru a state network of thousands of pro tutors, police officers and volunteers, NASBLA influences the lives of more than 83 million American boaters. About Kalkomey Ventures Kalkomey Companies, Incorporated. Is the official provider of recreational safety education materials for all 50 states.
Its print, Internet, and video safety courses have been providing official safety documentation for states since 1995. Kalkomey provides safety courses in boating, hunting, bowhunting, and off-road car (ORV) and snowmobile operation. For more in-depth information, visit our Internet website.
Morgantown, W. Va. (December 23, 2011) – Just in time for the holidays, Racer Productions is pleased to announce the locations for the 2012 Can-Am Grand National Cross Country Series. America’s largest off-road racing series will once again kick off its 13-round schedule at Westgate River Ranch Resort in River Ranch, Fla., coinciding with Daytona Bike Week March 10-13.
Highlighting the 2012 calendar is the addition of three all-new GNCC Racing venues in Indiana, Kentucky and West Virginia-giving racers the opportunity to compete on fresh soil next season.
“We’re really excited to introduce three new venues to the GNCC Racing schedule next year,” said GNCC Trail Boss, Jeff Russell. “Since the Loretta’s GNCC, we’ve been traveling all over to find new GNCC Racing venues for our GNCC Racers and I think the fresh trail and new scenery will add a whole new level of excitement for everyone.”
The series returns to many GNCC favorites in 2012, including Snowshoe Resort, Unadilla MX, Ironman and Loretta Lynn’s, which will once again serve as the season finale.
A special weekend GNCC Racing format will take place at Loretta Lynn Ranch in November, in order to accommodate the 2012 ISDE and National Enduro schedules. Motorcycles will compete throughout the day on Saturday and ATV racing will follow on Sunday-atypical from the other 12 rounds of racing where ATVs compete on Saturday and motorcycles on Sunday.
Read the entire history of the event at www.gnccracing.com. Here are some excerpts;
How GNCC Racing Works
Six races are held each weekend. Each race contains several classes, with each class separated into separate starting-line rows that begin one minute apart. On ATV day, Youth riders aged 6 – 15 race for one hour starting at 8 a.m. A two-hour race for the Women, Utility, Super Senior and Novice classes starts at 10 a.m., and then the Pro, Pro Am, A and B riders race at 1 p.m. On Bike days, Youth riders aged 7 – 15 race for 90 minutes at 8 a.m.; Women, Super Senior and Novice riders race for two hours at 10 a.m.; and the Pro, A and B riders race for three hours starting at 1 p.m.
Each GNCC Racing class is scored separately using a computerized transponder scoring.
GNCC courses usually run between 10 and 12 miles long for adult classes and 3-5 miles for youth.
Over 1500 GNCC Racing riders will compete during a GNCC weekend, and they hail from all 50 states, as well as Europe, Asia and Australia.
The top pro racers make a lucrative living racing the series thanks to prize money and sponsorship endorsements. Racing is a full-time job for a GNCC championship contender.
About GNCC Racing
The AMA/ATVA-sanctioned Grand National Cross Country series is America’s premier off-road racing series. The 13-round race series stretches through the eastern US, starting with the season-opener in Florida in March and concluding with the season-finale in Indiana in October. The GNCC series is produced exclusively by Racer Productions, a Morgantown, West Virginia-based racing production company with over 30 years of experience in the industry. Cross-country racing is one of the most physically demanding sports in the world. The riders must navigate rugged terrain such as woods, mud, dirt, rocks and jumps for nearly three hours, while racing against the best talent in the world.
The GNCC Championship has drawn interest internationally, as riders from Europe, Africa, Australia and New Zealand compete regularly, usually backed by massive factory teams with an array of technicians at their disposal. Upwards of 1500 racers compete at each GNCC round on custom-built high-performance motorcycles and ATVs. The race action draws several thousand fans each weekend as well as a loyal following t
Through the series television show on the Versus Network here in the US, on the Fox Australia network in Australia, and on Motors TV in over 55 different European countries, as well as media coverage in off-road racing publications around the world. The growth of the series makes GNCC big business, but the core value of the series remains: easy-access, family-friendly, low-pressure racing.
|Rd. 1||March 10-13||Westgate River Ranch||River Ranch, FL|
|Rd. 2||March 17-18||The General||Aonia Pass, GA|
|Rd. 3||Mar 31-Apr 1||Steele Creek||Morganton, NC|
|Rd. 4||April 14-15||Big Buck||Union, SC|
|Rd. 5||April 28-29||The Mammoth||Park City, KY|
|Rd. 6||May 12-13||Indy 100||Springville, IN|
|Rd. 7||May 26-27||Buckwheat||Masontown, WV|
|Rd. 8||June 23-24||Snowshoe||Snowshoe, WV|
|Rd. 9||July 7-8||John Penton||Millfield, OH|
|Rd. 10||Sep 15-16||Unadilla||New Berlin, NY|
|Rd. 11||Oct 6-7||Powerline Park||St. Clairsville, OH|
|Rd. 12||Oct 20-21||Ironman||Crawfordsville, IN|
|Rd. 13||Nov 3-4||Loretta Lynn’s||Hurricane Mills, TN|
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To determine the fuel economy benefits of its synthetic lubricants, Amsoil conducted the industry-standard SAE J1321 In-Service Fuel Economy Test Procedure.
First, the baseline rate of fuel consumption was determined for two nearly identical Kenworth® T800B diesel trucks and 53’ trailers from Ford® Motor Company’s* Rawsonville, MI fleet. Texaco brand conventional lubricants were installed in each vehicle’s engine, transmission, and front and rear differentials. Both trucks simultaneously completed runs on a 40-mile test route representative of real-world driving conditions beginning and ending at Ford’s Rawsonville fleet maintenance facility.
Fuel consumption was recorded from each vehicle’s engine control module (ECM)
following each run. Although both vehicles were operated using the same conventional
lubricants and according to the same procedures, the test truck consumed an average
of 0.37 more gallons of fuel per run compared to the control truck.
The test truck alone was then thoroughly flushed of its conventional lubricants prior to
installing AMSOIL synthetic lubricants. Both trucks simultaneously completed runs on
the test route according to the same procedures used during the baseline segment. Fuel
consumption data was again recorded from the ECMs. The switch to AMSOIL synthetic
lubricants eliminated the 0.37-gallon difference in fuel consumption per baseline
segment run, resulting in 6.54 percent improved fuel economy.
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Non toxic antifreeze is not nearly as dangerous for your pets. Normal antifreeze contains ethylene glycol which is extremely toxic and poisonous. Normal antifreeze is also sweet, so pets often are tempted to drink it. Amsoil propylene glycol is non-toxic and biodegradable. Save your pets!
AMSOIL Antifreeze & Coolant (ANT) Non toxic antifreeze is formulated to provide benefits far beyond those found in today’s conventional antifreeze and coolant products. This revolutionary formulation provides maximum antifreeze and cooling protection in the most extreme temperatures and operating conditions. And unlike conventional ethylene glycol-based products, which are highly toxic and even fatal, AMSOIL Antifreeze & Coolant is formulated with propylene glycol. It is biodegradable and its low toxicity limits the threat to children, pets and wildlife. WordPress Tags: Toxic,Antifreeze,Kill,AMSOIL,Coolant,benefits,products,protection,threat,children,wildlife,temperatures,glycol
AMSOIL Antifreeze & Coolant provides even greater benefits:
AMSOIL Antifreeze & Coolant (Non toxic antifreeze) contains a proprietary poly organic acid technology. It eliminates the need for supplemental coolant additives and recharging cooling systems. AMSOIL Antifreeze & Coolant provides extended service life in all gasoline and diesel vehicles. It can be used for seven years or 250,000 miles in passenger cars, light-duty trucks, vans and recreational vehicles. It lasts seven years or 750,000 miles in over-the-road diesel trucks. Also for motorcycles, ATVs, snowmobiles and closed marine applications. AMSOIL Antifreeze and Engine Coolant lasts longer than conventional products.
Compatible With Other Fluids
AMSOIL Antifreeze & Coolant is dyed neutral yellow and is compatible with all ethylene and propylene antifreeze and coolant formulations on the market, including DEX-Cool®, Sierra® and Zerex®. It is also compatible with fully formulated diesel anti-freezes and other organic acid technology (OAT) and hybrid organic acid technology (HOAT) formulations.
AMSOIL Antifreeze & Coolant adheres to metal. It self-seals hairline cracks in welds and seams to prevent leaks, without additional stop-leak products or fibrous materials.
Helps Prevent Metallic Corrosion
Independent tests reveal AMSOIL Antifreeze & Engine Coolant surpassed standards for metallic corrosion. It plates metal to protect even when exposed to acids and salt spray. Standard allowances for loss in aluminum and solder are less than 60 mg. AMSOIL Antifreeze & Engine Coolant lost 0 mg in aluminum and less than 6 mg in solder.
Standards for iron, steel, copper and brass allow a maximum loss of less than 20 mg. AMSOIL Antifreeze & Engine Coolant never exceeded a 3 mg loss in any of those metals in a testing period that was run for 10 weeks, three weeks longer than required tests.
AMSOIL Antifreeze & Engine Coolant (ANT)
• Formulated for heavy-duty and automotive applications
• Good for motorcycles, ATVs, snowmobiles and some marine applications
• Extended drain intervals
Up to seven years or 750,000 miles in Class 8 vehicles
Up to seven years or 250,000 miles in pleasure vehicles
• Universal compatibility
• Safe, biodegradable, non-toxic, non-polluting
• Aluminum engine block compatible
• Silicate- and Phosphate-Free
AMSOIL Antifreeze & Engine Coolant meets the following automotive and heavy-duty service specifications:
• ASTM D-6210 • ASTM D-3306
• ASTM D 6210-98
Composition by Weight:
Total glycols, > 92 percent;
Corrosion inhibitors and antifoamants,
= 3 percent; Water, < 5 percent
Boiling Point (sea level):
219° F at 40 percent concentration,
222° F at 50 percent,
225° F at 60 percent;
increase by 40° to 45° F if a 15 psi
radiator cap is used
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Amsoil synthetic oil works better in extreme cold. Extreme cold can cause conventional motor oil, transmission fluid and gear lube to thicken, starving vital moving parts of necessary lubrication. In many cases, thick motor oil will prevent vehicles from starting. Cold, thick transmission fluid results in delayed or sluggish shifts and inadequate protection for bearings, valves and other critical parts. Thick gear lube, meanwhile, requires more energy to turn the gears, reducing fuel efficiency. Because gears and bearings in the axle housing are splash-lubricated, conventional gear lubes that are too thick at cold temperatures can starve internal components of lubrication, which can cause excessive wear and premature failure.
Conventional petroleum lubricants thicken because they often contain paraffin (wax). While modern refining techniques remove most of the wax from petroleum oil, some wax-like molecules remain. These wax-like molecules are soluble at ambient temperatures above freezing, but crystallize into a honeycomb-like structure at lower temperatures and cause circulation problems. At startup, this can leave working parts unprotected while the lubricant warms to a temperature that allows it to flow. amsoil synthetic lubricants do not contain paraffin. Amsoil synthetic oils provide outstanding low-temperature fluidity for fast, dependable winter starts; quick, responsive shifts and immediate startup protection. Superior Amsoil Fuel & Coolant Additives and Amsoil Diesel applications can be especially sensitive to cold-weather issues. As the temperature drops, the wax naturally found in diesel fuel begins to form
crystals. The point at which wax crystals form is known as the cloud point. These wax crystals eventually clog the fuel filter and starve the engine of fuel, preventing it from starting. While low-quality fuels may form wax crystals in temperatures as warm as 40°F, most fuels have a cloud point near 32°F. The point at which the wax crystals clog the fuel filter is known as the cold filter-plugging point (CFPP). amsoil Cold Flow Improver reduces the CFPP of ultra-low-sulfur diesel fuel by as much as 20ºF for increased protection. In frigid conditions, motorists often idle vehicles for extended periods to warm the interiors and defrost the windows. Not only can the practice be inconvenient, it wastes fuel as well. amsoil Dominator® Coolant Boost uses proprietary tiered-surfactant technology to provide quick and effective heat transfer inside radiator and cylinder heads, resulting in faster engine warm-up times. As a result, vehicle interiors warm more quickly and the defroster becomes effective sooner. Amsoil diesel fuel additive. Amsoil antifreeze. Amsoil fuel addetive.
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As a contender in the Traxxas TORC Series presented by Amsoil Pro 2wd class, Bryce Menzies has an easy time focusing on the chaos that surrounds short course racing. But it’s the uncontrollable chaos of desert racing that fuels the Red Bull/Amsoil driver, and the Las Vegas native determined to that 2011 was his year to tame Baja.
A group of the top off-road desert racers rolled off the start of the Baja 500 early Saturday morning. Menzies, along with co-driver Peter Mortenson, was first off the line and led the prestigous race wire-to-wire. The duo enjoyed clean air in their Trophy Truck and as the cruised to the overall win Saturday evening. By the end of the race, they had won the event by more than 12 minutes.
Up next for Menzies Motorsports, which also includes Pro 4×4 driver Ricky Johnson and Pro Lite driver Luke Johnson, will be at the TORC race in Crandon, Wis. June 18-19.
June 10, 2011
Wednesday was the second day of the Top Truck Challenge, and it didn’t go without a hitch. Competitors were introduced to the Obstacle Course, Hill Climb and Mini Rubicon events. AMSOIL Technical Powersports Manager Len Groom provided us with another update straight from Hollister Hills, and reports this years’ event isn’t holding back any punches. Judging by the pictures, these rigs are facing some extreme obstacles as they make their way to through each event and try to remain in the competition.
The Obstacle Course held plenty of surprises for competitors as they attempted to clear it. Deep water and deeper holes proved this to be extremely difficult, catching some of the drivers on the ledge causing them to roll. Despite the challenges the competitors faced, most made it through to face the next challenge-the Hill Climb event.
The Hill Climb is a 60° slope with holes and ditches dug throughout, aimed at either flipping the rigs over or stopping them completely. There is no stopping or backing up in the Hill Climb event, momentum must be maintained while dodging the treacherous terrain at the same time. On a hill that’s difficult to even stand on, let alone drive, most drivers were able to clear it, though there were a couple of rollovers.
Up next we saw the Mini Rubicon, one of the most challenging events in the Top Truck Challenge. The proving ground for this event was bigger than in years past, and producers made sure it wouldn’t be easy. In addition to deep holes, giant boulders were placed throughout to ensure some broken parts at the end of the day. In spite of all the hurdles, the Mini Rubicon didn’t take out any competitors and they were all able to move on to the dreaded Tank Trap on Thursday.
The winner of Top Truck Challenge will soon be announced. Be sure to check back later for the next update on what went down in the Tank Trap event, and who won the battle in Top Truck Challenge 2011.