... bicycle helmet laws are bad for my health - & yours too!
The Bromptons are simply fantastic. I took mine to KL earlier this year on an el-cheapo AirAsia flight. It folds up nicely and your ready to roll when the plane lands with minimum fuss. Malaysia as been underrated as a cycling destination but when you consider warm weather, sunny beaches, cheap and fantastic food, favourable exchange rate, what more could you ask for? Oh, and you can cycle sans helmet without any coppers hassling you. The message for Tourism Australia is: get your act together and lobby to repeal MHL if you want a share of the overseas tourists dollars for cycle tourism downunder.
peng99, I couldn't agree with you more re Tourism Australia!!!!! - spot on!!! - & you've sold me Malaysia - sounds brilliant - now I'd better get one (Brompton) - maybe I'll get one for chrissy!
I've got three.I'm not using one this week as there is some snow and ice here so it's time for my two wheel drive Longstaff tricycle
Looking good, Richard! How are you guys?! Found this- http://www.goinggoingbike.com/blog/aussies-would-cycle-more-if-helmets-were-not-compulsory/
Wow! lucky you, aedan!Roddy!!! - how's bonnie Scotland? - thanks for link & for dropping by!!!- sending tons of love to you & all the 'Fam' x
c) Sept 2010 Letter to NSW Minister for Roads
d) Submission to Parliamentary Inquiry into Vulnerable Road Users 2010