Message from discussion Wear a helmet? What would he know?
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From: cassandra1249...@hotmail.com (Cassandra)
Subject: Re: Wear a helmet? What would he know?
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On Sun, 11 Nov 2012 10:12:58 +0000, Dave - Cyclists VOR
>On 11/11/2012 09:46, Cassandra wrote:
>> On Sun, 11 Nov 2012 00:01:21 -0000, "Mrcheerful"
>> <g.odonnel...@yahoo.co.uk> wrote:
>>> Bradley Wiggins and Shane Sutton were saved from more serious injury because
>>> they were wearing helmets, says James Cracknell. So why do some cyclists
>>> still refuse to wear them?
>> Why do motorists refuse to wear 5 point safety harnesses despite
>> saving hundreds of lifes every year ?
>Because seat belts, air bags etc work perfectly well.
>You haven't thought this particular red herring through have you?
>Motorists already have effective safety equipment built into the vehicle
A standard vehicle would fail scutineering at virtually evey
motorsport event for failing to meet the required safety standards