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Always wear a helmet, especially when riding? Should I be wearing my helmet at ALL times? What if I'm a restaurant?

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Always wear a helmet, especially when riding? Should I be wearing my helmet at ALL times? What if I'm a restaurant?
Then wear your helmet...duh, that's what I do. :P



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That's a pretty good diet plan ...
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Always wear a helmet, especially when riding? Should I be wearing my helmet at ALL times? What if I'm a restaurant?
Absolutely, and including all protective gear too!

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The French version has some anecdote about the Bol 'd Or and massive wheelies. The German version says BMW is number one and something about being drunk on the ferry to the TT. I'd be interested in seeing those translated in full, if anybody speaks those languages.

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I speak French, pretty funny actually.

Always avoid the police. Always vomit in the Englishman's helmets at the Bol d'Or (French motorcycle endurance race). Pull giant wheelies in front of pretty braless girls.
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The French version has some anecdote about the Bol 'd Or and massive wheelies. The German version says BMW is number one and something about being drunk on the ferry to the TT. I'd be interested in seeing those translated in full, if anybody speaks those languages.
I speak German. The German version is primarily bullshit German. However it does menton you should not ride the middle of the road with your mother in law in a sidecar around a blind bend in the road while at the TT. I think that makes perfect sense!

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you should not ride the middle of the road with your mother in law in a sidecar around a blind bend in the road while at the TT. I think that makes perfect sense!
Or does it???



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Then wear your helmet...duh, that's what I do. :P
sorry, I cant hear you, Ive got my helmet on!

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