Which raises an interesting thought. Let's say someone rides to work every day. Say they are lucky enough to get five weeks' holiday a year, plus Christmas, and a couple of days off with a hangover or whatever. That's 45 weeks x 5 days, or 225 journeys into work a year. Suppose they perform the exact same flashy manoeuvre every morning, and come to absolutely no harm for four years in a row. Clearly then, they are an expert, and their judgement of what is safe is sound.
The thing is, would you fly in a plane, if that plane crashed and burned without warning on average every 901 journeys?>
a 1/901 chance of it crashing is a pretty small chance
8/10 would fly