It's your responsibility. When does it become the fault of others when you ride without a helmet, and you're in an accident?
Last edited 14/02/2019 - 20:08 by 2 other users
Today I saw 2 bicycle riders. I wore a helmet and was generally riding on the footpath, but riding through lights on a red pedestrian signal and almost hit by a car turning left. She kept going like nothing happened.
Then later on my drive home another rider without a helmet. Riding on the road.
I mean really. If either of then were injured due to a car hitting them. Whose fault is it and who should pay for their stupidity and medical expenses. TAC.
There is currently a push by the riders association that riding without a helmet is an option. WTF. Put a dam helmet on. Being hit by a car is going to hurt. There's also currently this thing in Vic where motorised bike riders are riding in the bike lane. I don't think this is safe either. Especially when there are uber bikers, and he's checking his phone as to where hes meant to be going, and not looking at the road ahead. OMG
It's not that hard. Even if you stumble off your bike yourself and hit the pavement it could be serious without a helmet on.
What do you all think?