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formerly two short sleds coupled together

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a long racing sled (for 2 or more people) with a steering mechanism

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ride a bobsled

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Korean Air will tap into its knowledge of light yet strong synthetic materials used in B787 and A380 wings to make bobsleds that carry two or four athletes.
BMW has also launched Team USA themed social activations including the "BMW Bobsled Time Tracker" that will run from Feb.
All bobsleds and the team equipment have to be at the venue - without any delay.
A series of crashes have prompted bobsled officials to make changes to problematic sections of the Whistler Sliding Center track.
A series of crashes in training have prompted bobsled officials to make changes to problematic sections of the Whistler Sliding Center track.
Stanton Barrett, a Hollywood movie stuntman and NASCAR driver, will be included in the Geoff Bodine Bobsled Challenge this weekend in Lake Placid, N.
That's how fast the remarkable eight- and nine-year-old duo blazed down the bobsled course, taking first place in the PeeWee lightweight division (under age 12) at the Empire State Games in New York.
A bobsled carrying a 2-man or 4-man crew experiences loadings of 5 or 6 Gs through the bushings.
The Matterhorn Bobsleds was a marvel of engineering when it opened at Disneyland.
Its mission is "to sponsor and promote design, technology, engineering and manufacturing of products made in the USA through the construction of bobsleds to be used in international competition; to provide a forum of public education through the leverage of sponsorship and promotion to increase awareness of bobsledding both nationally and internationally.
Sled Shred offers a variety of different vehicles to race, including inner tubes and bobsleds, on more than 10 different snowy courses.
Arrow designed some of the first rides at Disneyland, including the Dumbo ride, the spinning teacups and the Matterhorn Bobsleds.
It started with Rob attaching a tiny camera, like the ones used on F16 fighter jets, to bobsleds and downhill skiers at the Lillehammer Olympic Winter Games in 1994.
pilot Steve Holcomb, of Park City, Utah, has begun stringing together podium performances in Bo-Dyn bobsleds.
I hitchhiked around and got to these tracks and slept in bobsleds.