jcjordan wrote:Which is true, they are not a known factor for reducing cycling across the wider population and regardless of what you may think a bunch of posters here do not make a significant statistical basis to back it up.
Source: E. Fishman et al. (2012), Barriers and facilitators to public bicycle scheme use: A qualitative approach, Transportation Research Part F
In another survey....
16.5% Listed helmets as a reason for not riding.
Yep. This is all a conspiracy. Helmets don't discourage cycling.