TELL ITApe Hanger said:
When God calls my number.. I'm gone.. and thats OK, cause I'm prepared.
Sometimes it's better to be lucky than good. I've ridden cross country, more accuratly, across all the western states, only wore a helmet when I lived in CA. Always wore a beenie. Even getting on base with a beenie was no problem. No I live and ride in a no helmet state. I only wear a helmet to get on base for work. I've been wearing a full face to get on base, mainly so when I'm riding around town or the hills, some over anal military safety nazi can't put the face with the bike. In all my rides across the west I never wore a helmet, but I think next time I'm going to give a full face a shot to see if I'm not so worn out at the end of the day. 2 years in a row riding back from 4 corners to CA, 800 miles in one day wears you out.Thealien said:I'll take a thick skull over a helmet anyday !!! It just feels better !! 25 Years on the streets with no head injuries, I'm either good or lucky.