I've never worn a bike helmet
I used to wear a helmet, but have stopped
I've always worn a helmet
I didn't wear a helmet, but now do
I sometimes wear a helmet depending on the conditions
Last edited by elcruxio; 06-13-14 at 05:44 AM.
'Cause to me it seems Europe actually has a lot more freedom than the states in all aspects of life.
I have the emphasize that freedom can be considered by either in the terms of Hobbes's "State of Nature" (European approach) or the extremely naive "Noble Savage" by Rousseau.
Basically can freedom better be obtained in a world of anarchy or order?
Gosh, I got to get the rights for P&R
This thread is not about spelling. It is about the safety of wearing a helmet.
I often thought that car manufactures got the air bag thing wrong anyways, the bags should be on the outside of the car and not on the inside thus protecting the exterior of the car more from impact damage possibility saving millions a year on body damage. Make the exterior bag react by sensors just before impact and make it really strong so the effect be be similar to a superball...the cars would just bounce off each other. Boing.
Last edited by rekmeyata; 06-13-14 at 11:50 AM.
None of the last three posts have any demonstration of the number of freedoms Americans do or do not have. But this aught to be continued to the P&R section as they have nothing to to with helmets at all.
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Last edited by JoeyBike; 06-13-14 at 12:37 PM.
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Originally Posted by the Mock Turtle
FYI Im riding with a recumbent group tomorrow. It is a slower group and I will be riding my trike. AND even tho we will be riding slow on a MUP, I will still be wearing my helmet. Better safe than sorry!!!