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You Ask/You Answer: When is it ok to give other riders advice?

"There is a rider in my area who I see out often with pillions, he is fully kitted out with helmet, gloves, boots and leathers while the pillion only gets a helmet. It could be argued that this is fair enough when the pillion is an adult and is happy to ride in jeans, trainers and no gloves as they...

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greenturbobob

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Yes..

if its correct!!

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bertieboy20

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bertieboy20 says:

Let the idiot get on with it who cares another idiot sports bike rider gonna kill his pillion.

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Rowdygimly

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Rowdygimly says:

Seriously?

It,s another bullshit post,who picks their kids up with a bike in this weather with no protective gear on ?:

 

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daveire

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daveire says:

bertieboy20  Have a reread of your comment. What did a sports bike rider do to you?

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romford4

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romford4 says:

Mind your

owon business. Unless he's a complete idiot, he's unlikely to be speeding with his kid on the back.  Probably riding in 30mph limits back to his house, his kid is in no more danger than he would be riding a pushbike on his own.

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billysollocks

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I'm sure this has been on here before, but this seems to be an amalgamation of 2 similar articles. Hmmmmm.

 

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Rogerborg

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Rogerborg says:

Of course it's a fake question

You Ask / You Answer is the MCN version of Dear Deidre. "One thing led to another and before I knew it I'd bought a Harley. Now, should I get the assless chaps, or tassels on the handlebars?"

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PaulFargo

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PaulFargo says:

Adult helmet on a child?

This is a massive no no. The space seperation from the helmet to the childs shoulders is too big for a child's neck. Should a fall occur they could possibly snap their neck.

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SatNavSteve

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SatNavSteve says:

Or you could make a suggestion like 'Hey, mate, did you you know Lidl and Aldi are having a cheap bike clothing sale this week? Money could be a problem. You need to be careful about giving advice coz if you give it and then theres an accident or some other problem, you don't want that person coming back blaming you. Basically, you need to be fully confident that you know what you are talking about.

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SStyloF

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SStyloF says:

the question is..

"when is it ok to give others riders advice?"

When it saves a life or when it doesnt endanger one. Worst the guy can do is tell you to bugger off, then youre conscience is clear. my opinion

whats with the hating bertieboy. each tohis own.

 

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