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Old 10-14-2016, 07:47 PM   #201
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Old 10-14-2016, 08:15 PM   #202
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I was commenting on the percentage of dickheads...now if we're talking about the degree of faggotry...
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Old 10-14-2016, 08:43 PM   #203
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I don't wear a bicycle helmet. I always thought it was obsolete. I've witnessed 2 bicycle accidents and heard about numerous more, their helmets didn't do . all the rash and cuts were on their face and side of their heads.


What about the initial impact, though? Bike helmets aren't designed to protect against rash and cuts. Helmet likely saved this dude from brain damage:


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Old 10-15-2016, 12:02 AM   #204
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Sidewalks can sometimes be more dangerous because it puts you in a position where you are crossing multiple side streets.

When I first started bicycling, I thought the sidewalk would be safer on main roads. After a couple near misses where cars were turning off the main road from behind without using their turn signal (and ironically enough, on the phone.) I switched tor riding on the main road on the far right. It just makes more sense. People can see you a lot easier.
That's a result of our crapy sidewalks and make-believe painted bike lanes here.. Bike lanes which are curb seperated from the road are much safer. Which in turn encourages more people to use them and increases public awareness.

The best example I know is Germany where they have bike lanes which are predominantly curb seperated from the road and/or shared with the pedestrian sidewalks. Cars do have the responsibility to yield when they turn right across them but this is true also for the pedestrains in the cross walk just the same.

I'd rather look over my shoulder at intersections than constantly be trusting cars not to run me over the entire time. There are also traffic lights for the bikes and you get a ticket for running a red and points go on your drivers licenses just like if you were in a car.
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