Thursday, December 3, 2009

Wobble and Fall

An article on Bikeradar reports on a study which concludes English cyclists are 20 times more at risk than motorists, and that bike accidents peak in the summer(time). Would a similar ratio show up in the States? One commenter thinks the summer(time) peak is due to more inexperienced cyclists hitting the streets when the weather is fair, possibly the type that the article indicates motorists should be extra-vigilant for, as they are likely to wobble and fall. Which should be a Monty Python sketch. Or one of the choices in the list of values on a policeman's accident report software.

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