Cunobelin wrote:One of the other "Great MYTHS" and screaming hypocrisies
Apparently the "evidence" that professional racing cyclists wear helmets is unequivocal proof that ALL cyclist should work wear helmets...
Yet hypocritically the same argument that professional racing drivers were helmets, fireproof clothing and additional protection is very, very silly
Isn't it the case that the racing cycling rule was pushed through by emotively exploiting a single off-camera death caused by a collision outside the test parameters, while the racing driving rules resulted from a series of thoroughly studied events? Is it just coincidence that the cycling rule benefits some sponsors while the motorsport sponsors would probably prefer not to be so associated with danger and death?