I have not been posting much recently, because I have been extremely busy with personal matters and because I am running for the local town council. It’s a lot lower than Congress, but in this case, I might actually win. The election is just two weeks away.
However, I found an article that is of such personal interest, I felt like sharing it.
It seems that when it comes to the safety of bicycles, we just don’t have very good statistics. That’s because nobody is keeping track of how many miles are ridden on bikes or how often people ride them. So, while we know how often people get injured, it’s nearly impossible to put it into context. It’s an interesting piece which shows just how difficult statistics can be.
How Safe Is Cycling? It’s Hard to Say
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