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My wife got on to me for being on mine with out a helment to move it from the front yard to the back. It makes my daughter ask why she can't ride without a helment. I do strongly belive in wearing them.

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yes i agree. everytime you here about a mishap with an atv, no helmet was worn and injured very badly with head trauma or dead. it's too bad. however, i do like riding without one in the summer but i am very cautious where i go and what i do...

2 summers ago i was riding without, a couple of us stopped on the trail to have a smoke. i was the last one to start my bike and the others left and got back on the trail. me, i thought i would take a shortcut down an innocent looking hill that had 2' tall grass. well, i hit a manhole that was about 20" out of the ground, hidden in the grass. i was catapulted over the machine and broke my colarbone and had a concussion. chris came back to look for me and i was doing that funky chicken dance on the ground. ever since you know i'm wearing my helmet reguardless ....

damage to bike, destroyed the wheel bearing. thats it! skid plates didn't even have a bruise.

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I'm all about wearing helmets at all times too. About 6 years ago a friend of mine was riding his motorcycle to work and a guy backed out on the road right in front of him. If he didn't have his helmet on he would have died. He's still not the same that he was but he's alive. So ever since then i've worn my helmet anytime i go riding.

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yes, yes, and yes he was ready for the ride, however the long sand/ice road tired his lil body out faster than he thought, and he and his dad turned around and went back to to trucks. 2 of us headed on and got to firebag river in about 45 min pinned ... but the 'waves' on the road sure do tire you out fast ...

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