The helmet is the last line of defence - u need to learn to ride the roads u ride and how to move around those roads safely for yourself and others before u even consider a helmet. I think it's silly, because the people u see in hi-viz jackets and sashes and huge helmets with lights all over them are the most dangerous of riders - too slow, hugh sweeping curves when they overtake obstructions on their left, and are often too busy trying to balance to look over their shoulders.
I know I'm generalising but most of u must see cyclists like this every day that force u and cars to make more rash road positioning choices...
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