Belfast Telegraph

Wednesday 28 January 2015

No proof that a cycling helmet will save a life

THERE is no valid statistical data relating the increased death rate of cyclists to the failure to wear a cycling helmet. Would a helmet save a cyclist struck by a vehicle at 60mph? A third of road accidents involve vehicles and pedestrians. By this logic, pedestrians should also wear helmets.


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