The new issue of BentRider Online was just posted!

Discussion in 'Recumbent bicycles' started by Jose A. Hernand, Feb 4, 2003.

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  1. Hi Folks

    The new issue of `BentRider Online was just posted! In this issue, Andy reviews the slick new Optima
    Stinger, Bryan reviews the Angletech Aerotrunk and we give you our two cents on the subject of bike
    upgrades. Bryan also takes some time to catch you all up on what’s going on in his life and let
    you know what to expect from ‘BentRider in the future.

    Thanks for reading `BentRider Online. To view the new issue, just point your browser to
    http://www.bentrideronline.com. If the new issue does not display, you'll need to delete your
    temporary internet files.

    Jose A. Hernandez `BentRider Online Co-Founder Jose A. Hernandez Recumbent Cycling Means NEVER
    Having to Say Your'e Sore! http://www.BentRiderOnline.com http://www.GetBent.Org
    http://groups.yahoo.com/group/BrowardBentWheelers/
     
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  2. Thanks Jose,

    I even got through this time- as far as the Optima Stinger review before my computer froze up and
    required a 'force quit'. BROL was unattainable for many months for me. Glad it is doing well! Must
    be a busy e-zine.

    Chris Jordan west coast! (must be an electronic "wall of the U.S.' between coasts!)

    [email protected] (Jose A. Hernandez) wrote in message
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    > Hi Folks
    >
    > The new issue of `BentRider Online was just posted! In this issue, Andy reviews the slick new
    > Optima Stinger, Bryan reviews the Angletech Aerotrunk and we give you our two cents on the subject
    > of bike upgrades. Bryan also takes some time to catch you all up on what?s going on in his life
    > and let you know what to expect from ?BentRider in the future.
    >
    > Thanks for reading `BentRider Online. To view the new issue, just point your browser to
    > http://www.bentrideronline.com. If the new issue does not display, you'll need to delete your
    > temporary internet files.
    >
    > Jose A. Hernandez `BentRider Online Co-Founder Jose A. Hernandez Recumbent Cycling Means NEVER
    > Having to Say Your'e Sore! http://www.BentRiderOnline.com http://www.GetBent.Org
    > http://groups.yahoo.com/group/BrowardBentWheelers/
     
  3. Bentheadswb

    Bentheadswb Guest

    Jose, The only thing I get is the old page also, it is something I get used to though. I never get
    to see it for a few days until after you post it is up. M$ Exploder is the browser, BTW. John H N TX
     
  4. > I never get to see it for a few days until after you post it is up.

    You might try changing the "properties" of your browser to check for new versions of a web page each
    time you visit. To do that, just right click on the Explorer Icon, select "properties" from the
    drop-down menu and look for and select the option Im talking about.

    You can try deleting your temporary internet files but if you're using AOL, they keep their own
    cache so you would have to right click on the displayed "old" page and select "refresh".

    Hope that helps. If you're using an Apple computer, you're out of luck cuz I don't know squat
    'bout those.

    Jose A. Hernandez Recumbent Cycling Means NEVER Having to Say Your'e Sore!
    http://www.BentRiderOnline.com http://www.GetBent.Org
    http://groups.yahoo.com/group/SouthFloridaRecumbentRiders
     
  5. Bentjay

    Bentjay Guest

    Benthead:

    Empty your cache, then you'll get the new page.

    BentJay
     
  6. Gary Mc

    Gary Mc Guest

    [email protected] (BentJay) wrote in message
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    > Benthead:
    >
    > Empty your cache, then you'll get the new page.
    >
    > BentJay

    I emptied my cache and still only get the old issue on Netscape. I went over to Internet Explorer
    and can get the new issue. Went back to Netscape, old issue. What is this, the "Twilight
    Zone"...(play the theme song in your head).

    Gary McCarty
     
  7. John Foltz

    John Foltz Guest

    Gary Mc wrote:
    > [email protected] (BentJay) wrote in message
    > news:<[email protected]>...
    >
    >>Benthead:
    >>
    >>Empty your cache, then you'll get the new page.
    >>
    >>BentJay
    >
    >
    > I emptied my cache and still only get the old issue on Netscape. I went over to Internet Explorer
    > and can get the new issue. Went back to Netscape, old issue. What is this, the "Twilight
    > Zone"...(play the theme song in your head).
    >
    > Gary McCarty

    Regardless of your cache or which browser you're using, it should be as easy as hitting the
    Reload button.

    --

    John Foltz --- O _ Baron --- _O _ V-Rex 24/63 --- _\\/\-%)
    _________(_)`=()___________________(_)= (_)_____
     
  8. Rob Rudeski

    Rob Rudeski Guest

    Hi Gary,

    Netscape has the same settings in the preferences that Explorer has. You can set the preference to
    check the page every time it loads. You can also just refresh the page in Netscape and it will load
    the newest version.

    Rob

    "Gary Mc" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]...
    > [email protected] (BentJay) wrote in message
    news:<[email protected]>...
    > > Benthead:
    > >
    > > Empty your cache, then you'll get the new page.
    > >
    > > BentJay
    >
    > I emptied my cache and still only get the old issue on Netscape. I went over to Internet Explorer
    > and can get the new issue. Went back to Netscape, old issue. What is this, the "Twilight
    > Zone"...(play the theme song in your head).
    >
    > Gary McCarty
     
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