Cotswolds Bike Ride - British Heart Foundation - 13th May 2018

Discussion in 'Charity Rides and Cycling Events' started by MEB204, 4 Jan 2018.

  1. Fab Foodie

    Fab Foodie hanging-on in quiet desperation ...

    My take on this is.... don’t enter, give the entry money directly to the BHF and do what you want helmet-wise.
  2. queasyrider

    queasyrider Still perplexed

    There's an even more logical take. If you don't mind wearing a helmet go on the ride. If you do mind don't go.
  3. mjr

    mjr Wanting to Keep My EU Citizenship

    Indeed, you're both right and I now avoid helmet-requiring rides because most organisers' approach to safety pretty much ends with helmet-forcing and they make no effort to discourage/punish reckless cycling that endangers others, but whether you go or not is somewhat independent of whether you try to help nudge the mostly-lovely BHF into not hurting public health in this way.

    My original reply was because the various terms (not only the big H) didn't seem to be obvious on the info page or entry form and could exclude people in other ways too.
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