BBC and helmets

Discussion in 'Technical Chat' started by burtthebike, Dec 15, 2010.

  1. burtthebike

    Peter Clinch Guest

    For some values of "relatively easily"... you've got a fixed gear so you
    can idle back and forth. Some suggestions of unicycle origin put it
    Ordinaries being track-stood (I can ride a uni, but I can't idle it back
    and forth)

    Pete.
     
    Peter Clinch, Dec 17, 2010
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    Which is a lie, as several tweeps sent Harford lists of mnames including
    Roger Geffen and John Franklin.

    The problem is, there are essentially no people on the helmet side to
    match the extreme position of Angie. The three positions are pro, anti
    and agnostic, virtually everybody who they could have talked to falls
    into the agnostic camp, which means you don't get nice unambiguous
    soundbytes.

    Also Angie calls everyone who doesn't agree with her a "helmet denier"
    and I'm afraid Harford drank some of that kool-aid.

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    Just zis Guy, you know?, Dec 18, 2010
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    burtthebike Guest

    Thanks Guy, useful information.
     
    burtthebike, Dec 18, 2010
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  4. Well, as I understand it - not riding one myself - they can be ridden at
    very slow speeds, down to about 1mph, so the need to dismount at stops is
    not as pressing as it might be.
     
    David Damerell, Dec 20, 2010
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