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Graham Sims  says:

Ban motorcycles? What about...

Just recently hundreds of hedonistic persons went joy walking across the lake district. They were people acting selfishly, without a thought for other persons that would have to pay for rescue services to help them out when their irresponsible activities caused them to get into great difficulties. Is it not time ACPO suggested that persons wishing to access the fells...

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  • Posted 7 years ago (06 November 2008 15:20)

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Apr 06

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parapanfan says:

Could be down to the grass!

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Nov 08

Posts: 1

missdaisy001 says:

riding in the rain

Firstly, the likelyhood of bikes being banned is extremely low and it seems people are becoming hysterical over a newspaper article that is only partially true.  If I genuinely believed that motorcycling would become illigal then I too would be as enraged as everyone else but I take this "news" with a big pinch of salt.  Banning biking is not a feasable option so I am not going to stress over it when I could be out in the glorious rain enjoying what I enjoy.  Riding my bike.

I agree with the horses and hill walker comments though.  Both can be dangerous and scary things if not done correctly.

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Mar 08

Posts: 72

sallison30 says:

missdaisy001, I wish I had your optimism. I have been around long enough to remember when Britain was a free country. Since then, I have seen more and more restriction introduced literally by the day. The Government is NOT interested in yours or anyone else's safety, they are interested in total control. The way they achieve that is to turn everyone into robots. Anyone that has an interest different to the masses will be and have in the past been targeted. Look at the effort they went to to ban fox hunting which is not really a significant issue. They went ahead and banned it regardless of public opinion. Since I started riding a bike in 1982, I have seen cameras appear on every street corner. I have seen a ban on smoking, fox hunting, freedom of speech and the list goes on and on. Unfortunately, all this has happened because we let it. The only reason evil can prevail is if good men (sorry people, even the use of a gender specific word has been banned) do nothing.

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Jun 08

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JSYBOY says:

I dont slow down for horses as they do not shit on the roads for me

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Oct 08

Posts: 4

kawa7900 says:

It never  ceases to amaze me to how much horse shit can come from some members of the police and the goverment on motorcycles. When is some one with some grey matter that can see sense and comunicate well with us going to come forward . I really do think this country is getting run with mini hitlers with hidden ajendas.

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Nov 07

Posts: 64

puck67 says:

Disagree about the hill walkers, well equipped, well trained and in control, And there were no casualties, Now that sounds like a lot of motorcyclists I know, Life I beleive is about controlled risk, The powers that be could learn a lot from well prepared hill walkers, prior planning and prerperation prevents piss poor performance, govt... please take note !! 

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