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Jeff Cobb  says:

Landmark motorcycle crash causation study progressing slowly in America's heartland

Note: This is a long article because it covers what may be the single most important development in motorcycle safety in the U.S. today. For the past several years, making the Motorcycle Crash Causation Study happen has been the focus of the motorcycle enthusiast and community groups, U.S. transportation agencies, and one of their top safety-oriented priorities. Feb. 26, 2009By Jeff...

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Mar 09

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MSF censorship kills riders

Failure to wear full body armor and full leathers is a major cause of death and injury. Was Andrew Trevitt wearing full back armor when he broke his back -- if so what brand was it and why did it fail to prevetn paralysis? SportRider has apparently censored that news, perhaps to protect its own legal liability. MSF has the contract to write MC rider "license" tests in most states, and govt MC Rider Endorsement Test Books, yet MSF censors the word countersteering in those license tests, and instead shows bogus artwork of MCs steering like cars or trikes, quoting MSF's Motorcycle Operator Manual 2007. Hurt Report found that 95% of crashes involved riders who never heard of CS, yet MSF still censors CS, apparently to extort surviving riders to pay $100 for private MSF schools run by off-duty cops. MSF even censored the word CS from its own BasicRidercourse, calling it "push steering", although it actually taught CS, which is what it called it in AdvancedRidercourse. "Push steering" (apparently steering like a car or trike) is what is taught in govt MC license tests, which however lack any hands-on training, thus CS is NOT taught. This increases the crash and fatality rate 95%, "justifying" a police state, and "justifying" the need for MSF. Another major cause of MC crashes and fatalities is manufacturers and dealers censoring the word CS, out of their lawyers' fears this would be an admission of legal liability for past censorship of CS. Product liability laws require posting Warning labels, such as airbag warning labels for drivers. CS Warning Labels must be required attached to all bikes, in all bike owners manuals, and signed contracts for all purchasers of bikes and insurance policies. That's why this "new landmark study" will NOT address cures for crashes, to protect MSF, manufacturers, dealers, insurance brokers and COPS from legal liability for their own criminally negligent homicide by censorship. To be fair, cowardly MC journalists (slaves of the publishers) have refused to address this obvious problem by refusing to point fingers at culprits in their own military industrial complex. Thus the cycle of destruction continues as we fall into the abyss of a global police state dictatorship. One definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over, expecting a different result. Those who fail to learn from history are doomed to repeat it.

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