Bike News Roundup: Helmet laws debated from B.C. to Alaska to Milton to the NY Times

It’s time for the weekly Bike News Roundup (one day late, apologies). As always, this is an open thread.

First up, taking traffic lessons from NY City to India:

Pacific Northwest News:

Halftime show! Do you love your road bike, but wish it were just a little more comfortable for everyday city cruising? Sometimes you just need to tweak your set-up. You can do it for cheap, or you can go all-out like this:

National & Global News:

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4 Responses to Bike News Roundup: Helmet laws debated from B.C. to Alaska to Milton to the NY Times

  1. basketlover says:

    Please don’t endanger my life using Strava!

  2. Gary says:

    On that clever bikes flick, I’d have added a spring seat instead of a plain old Brooks. The springs make those bridge joints bumps way less sore for riding.

  3. Todd says:

    It seems to me that the people who want to revoke the helmet law have a political agenda for a bike sharing program. I stand on record believing it probably should be a personal choice but I will always wear one and think it’s better to error on the side off caution. Again, I’ve had 3 serious spills in which twice my helmet hit pavement or metal. As for the bike sharing programs, I could care-a-less. I don’t now nor will I in the future have a dog in that fight.

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