While the silent majority wanted bike helmet laws, a small and vocal minority group, which often opposed helmets as an infringement of their rights, had used "crazy science" to lobby against them, he…Continue
">They'd make more $ if they stood on that corner for a day, pinging all the jay walkers that try and get themselves run over.
It's much easier to fine one cyclist $330 for not wearing a helmet, $439 for crossing when the bicycle…"
"If bicycle helmets weren’t mandatory, 30.4% of survey respondents said they would ride more. Alternatively, only 0.91% reported that they would ride less.
WTF? 176 people who responded would ride less often if ** I ** wasn't compelled to…"
"I'm assuming their infographic indicates how they'll justify continuing to support MHLs. See more people think that MHLs should remain (42%) rather than be abolished or partially repealed (58.3% or is it 41%):-
Yeah PeterT why the F would…"
"Henley Beach Rd is better than Sir Donald Bradman Drive. Compared to most Sydney roads they are both pretty tame. If you are in no hurry the Torrens path is much nicer than the roads and takes you pretty much directly to the train station. But it…"
"Yes - NSW road rules (helmet rules) apply to (surprisingly) users of any public space.
"(c) an area that is not a road and that is open to the public and designated for use by cyclists or animals, (d) an area that is not a road and that is open…"