View Single Post
Old 12-08-2013, 07:54 PM
AmericanRoadwarrior AmericanRoadwarrior is offline
Motorized Bicycle Member
Join Date: Nov 2013
Location: Boston, MA USA
Posts: 31
Default Re: Faster is safer. What are my options for a bit more speed?

Originally Posted by silverbear View Post
I'm questioning your idea that "Faster is Safer". As a statement of fact without anything to back it up it is utter nonsense.
I want to go just fast enough to keep up with local 35-40mph traffic on dangerous twisting turning hilly roads with no shoulder in Puerto Rico where the drivers tend to be quite ignorant and aggressive.

Believe me, fast enough will be safer.

And I have posted about a heavier framed and wheeled bike.

The thread is titled "faster is safer" for my particular case, and by no means in general.

I'm a 28 year MC biker and have covered 10's of thousands of miles without major incident.

The faster you go the harder you fall.

Last edited by AmericanRoadwarrior; 12-08-2013 at 08:21 PM.
Reply With Quote