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Old 02-03-2010, 02:51 PM   #74
Bonebag
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Originally Posted by AuthorEditor
Apparently, us humans ratchet up the riding or skiing when wearing helmets, so they don't really save us.
I agree with the ratcheting up when we're wearing the gear..and that does lead into some sticky situations when putting the hammer down and testing the limits..but the gear is there also when the old fugger whips into you or the greasy road sends you slapping..so the gear does save us..it may also cause you to test it more I'm not so confident in the statistics..the news crews aren't out looking for happy stories..and some of those people who come up with the statistics are damn maniacal little demons.
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