Showing Corvette some love and GPS for your bike.
FOX News Radio's Jennifer Keiper has our weekly look at things with wheels in "FOX Wheels":
It's FOX Wheels.
This month, the earth opened in the National Corvette Museum -- swallowing eight vehicles.
Director Wendell Strode says the hole, which they thought was 30-feet deep, is more like 60-feet down.
Plexiglas has been put up so visitors can watch the cars being pulled out -- the three most accessible right away.
(Strode) "The other five Corvettes will be extracted and that's probably gonna be about three to four weeks for that to take place."
Strode says they're thrilled that GM, which owns only two of the Corvettes, has really stepped up...
(Strode) "They have similar passion and they will ensure that that passion goes into all eight of these cars."
The museum is along I-65 in Bowling Green, Kentucky.
If you prefer two wheels instead of four... Schwinn is coming out with the "CycleNav."
The $60 GPS unit hooks onto your handlebars and using lights and voice tells you which way to turn...
(CycleNav) "Turn right in 50-feet."
You program the route with a smartphone app... then send it to the unit via Bluetooth.
With FOX Wheels, I'm Jennifer Keiper, FOX News Radio.
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