Equipment and On Road Behaviour, Laws and Rules. Cycling Promotion and Advocacy
Dura Ace 7900 Groupset
Rotor Q Aero crankset
Pro-Lite Bracciano wheelset
Selle SMP Evolution
Having read the options my selection is 3 because of the wording used.
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It is a bit confusing I must admit.............the way I read it there is basically no difference between option 1 and 3
And the wife approves... Tried it once without and found both her and the helmet waiting at the front door upon my return, Mmm, not again. It just feels wrong without it now.
Civil disobedience campaigns only work if enough people disobey the silly regs
I have raced cars and hold a number of defensive/advanced driver training certificates and I think it acceptable that we should all be allowed to drive at 200km/h-plus on our highways. However, in deference to the law I choose not to do so.
Some days you are a big, strutting rooster, some days you are a bit chicken and some days you are just a complete cocque. Roger Ramjet: 2009 Giant CRX3 Spockette: 2009 Trek FX 7.3 (WSD, property of Mrs Monsoon) Lady Penelope: 2011 Avanti Cadent 1.0 TdF
A helmet offers little or no benefit to recumbent bikes riders and could be considered dangerous in a velomobile as it hinders head movement.....
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2 - I don't pick and choose which laws should apply to me... Just as I expect others to abide by laws that they may disagree with, but which protect me as a cyclist.
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