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<!-- New Perspectives on XML Tutorial 5 Tutorial Case Tour Nation Bicycles Author: Israel Crawford Date: 2/26/2011 Filename: bike.xml Supporting Files: bike.css, c100.jpg, c200.jpg, combo750.jpg, tnation.jpg, tour250.jpg, tri200.jpg --> <?xml-stylesheet type="text/css" href="bike.css" ?> <document xmlns:html="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml"> <author>Janet Schmidtt</author> <date>8/17/2007</date> <title><html:img src="tnation.jpg" alt="Tour Nation" /></title> <subtitle>Bike Models</subtitle> <models> <model> <name class="city">City Cruiser 100</name> <description> The City Cruiser 100 is designed to give you the perfect blend of comfort and performance, taking away the bumps and bruises of city roads. Our patented aluminum frame process provides a comfortable frame that is light, durable, and shock absorbing. The City Cruiser 100 includes several comfort features, like a suspension seat post, spring saddle, and adjustable high-rise seat stem. The City Cruiser 100 also includes semi-smooth tires that roll on the pavement, giving the rider plenty of traction while soaking up the bumps. </description> <html:img src="c100.jpg" alt="" /> <features> <feature><fName>sizes: </fName>(L) 16.5", (XL) 18.5", (XXL) 21"</feature> <feature><fName>frame: </fName>Prime Aluminum Comfort Specific</feature> <feature><fName>fork: </fName>Trek high tensile steel ATB</feature> <feature><fName>wheels: </fName>Matrix 550 rims</feature> <feature><fName>tires: </fName>Bontrager Comfort, 26x1.95" f/r </feature> <feature><fName>shifters: </fName>SRAM 5.0 Royale</feature> <feature><fName>front derailleur: </fName>Lancaster C051</feature> <feature><fName>rear derailleur: </fName>SRAM ESP 4.0</feature> <feature><fName>crankset: </fName>SunRace FCM36 48/38/28</feature> </features>
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This note was uploaded on 08/10/2011 for the course PRG 111 taught by Professor Richards during the Spring '11 term at Everest University.

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