I’ve ridden my bicycle for nearly five years now and am in the process of installing a new helmet.
I ride to work and to work to work, and have ridden to school, to the grocery store, to my car and on to the shopping mall.
I don’t have a helmet.
But the road has never been so bumpy and bumpy, and my helmet has never kept me safe.
When I get home at night, I take a walk to the garage to clear my head.
I turn on the radio, and I listen to the talk radio.
I can’t hear the news on the station.
I hear about cyclists dying and injured, and people being hit by cars.
But I never hear about the cyclists who ride their bikes without helmets.
I have no idea why.
It’s a mystery to me.
It keeps me from thinking about it.
And it keeps me riding the road.
Cycling moms, are you afraid?
We asked you for your story.
You answered in a story called “How do you ride without a bike helmet?”
I asked the same questions, but I also got a lot of different responses.
And my favorite came from a woman who lives in a rural area of Texas, who said that her family’s bike shop has been operating without a full-time helmet worker for years.
“I just think that we’re in a situation where we’re not being taken seriously,” she said.
“You see these people out there riding their bikes, and you’re like, ‘OK, you’re safe.
But, like, I don