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.


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NJ Bicycle and Pedestrian Resource Center

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    Held on September 24, 2019, at Rutgers – New Brunswick, the 2019 New Jersey Complete Streets Summit welcomed over 300 guests and 40 speakers. Click on the image to see highlights from that day!

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    Please join us at an upcoming New Jersey Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee meeting! Click the image to read more about BPAC.

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Motor Vehicle – Additional Help Resource


Application for Missouri Title and License (Form 108)

Most title applications may be performed by completing and printing the Application for Missouri Title and License (Form 108) and submitting it to your local license office. You may also pick up a copy at your local license office, or use our online order form to request a copy by standard mail.

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Application for License (Form 184)

The Application for License (Form 184) may be used when obtaining, renewing, or transferring license plates. If you did not receive your renewal notice in the mail you may complete and print the Form 184 from your computer then take it to your local license office to complete your registration renewal transaction. You may also use this form to renew by mail if you are temporarily living out of state. You do not

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