..........that's also what non-riders say about riders.(Unkind, but all too true)
Yes, I've done it plenty of times.Is there anyone here that dumb they would ride without a helmet?
Are you implying your ride a bicycle WITHOUT a helmet. That's dangerous, don'tcha know.often I wasn't travelling faster than I would have been on my mountain bike.
If you choose to ride without a helmet then that is your choice. If you are forced to ride with a helmet then that is a Nanny State...........that's also what non-riders say about riders.
I wonder how you'd feel if someone you cared for died helmetless on a bike.
Would they still be a moron, whose departure would be a net gain for humanity?
Would their family be consoled knowing that they sacrificed themselves for the betterment of mankind?
Are the thousands of otherwise succesful people who have children and businesses who's only fault is succumbing to "lifestyle" motorcycling a drag upon civilzation, whose death is in the least inconsequential?
Or is it the people who can only see a complex issue involving personal freedoms in the most simplistic of terms the ones worthy of our collective disregard?
I know this is your first post, I'll be gentle:If you choose to ride without a helmet then that is your choice. If you are forced to ride with a helmet then that is a Nanny State.
Laws which protect people from other's actions are good laws. Laws which protect people from themselves are bad laws.