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Central African Republic – Wikipedia

Country in Central Africa

Coordinates: 7°N 21°E / 7°N 21°E / 7; 21

Central African Republic

  • République centrafricaine  (French)
  • Ködörösêse tî Bêafrîka  (Sango)
Flag of the Central African Republic
Coat of arms of the Central African Republic
Motto: “Unité, Dignité, Travail” (French)
“Unity, Dignity, Work”
Anthem: La Renaissance  (French)
E Zingo  (Sango)
“The Renaissance”
Central African Republic (orthographic projection).svg
Location Central African Republic AU Africa.svg
Capital

and largest city

Bangui
4°22′N 18°35′E / 4.367°N 18.583°E / 4.367; 18.583
Official languages French • Sango
Ethnic groups
Demonym(s) Central African
Government Unitary semi-presidential constitutional republic
Faustin-Archange Touadéra
Firmin Ngrébada
Legislature National Assembly
Independence
13 August 1960
4 December 1976

• Republic restored

21 September 1979
Area

• Total

622,984 km2 (240,535 sq mi) (44th)

• Water (%)

0
Population

• 2018 estimate

4,666,368[1][2] (119th)

• 2003 census

3,895,139[3]

• Density

7.1/km2 (18.4/sq mi) (221st)
GDP (PPP) 2017 estimate

• Total

$3.454 billion[4]

• Per capita

$693[4]
GDP (nominal)
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Tandem Bicycle Central – The online resource



I fell in love with tandem bicycle riding shortly after I married my wife.

We both enjoyed riding bikes and looking at the beautiful scenery offered along the bluffs of the Mississippi River here in Iowa. But there was a problem. We were of greatly different skill and fitness levels.

I had been riding for many years and my wife hadn’t been on a bike for quite some time. The furthest she had ridden was 5 miles to town and back and that was quite an adventure for her.

Some of our friends, like Paul and Deb in the first photo below, enjoy getting together once a month for tandem bicycle rides. What better way to go out and spend time together! Go for a bike ride with your friends, eat dinner at a nice place and hang out. We made the decision and ordered a new tandem bike.

What

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Bike tours in Central Tokyo for small groups and families with children 9 years old and above

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Minimum 2 riders for 4 hour rides / Minimum 3 riders for 6 hour rides

You will love doing a bike tour in Tokyo! Choose from the five different guided rides above for a great look at Japan’s capital city! The bike tours are mix of both new and old – so you’ll see back streets, city centers, parks, rivers, cemeterys and more! The rides are a great way to catch some of the main tourist sites in Tokyo in a compact amount of time – much more fun than traveling around on crowded trains or subways! Whether you are a family, a group or solo, joining a bicycle tour is a great experience. All the rides are in English and provide for excellent photo opportunities along the way! For families there are several children bikes suitable for kids 8 years old and above, and

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