Sunday, November 8, 2009

Thank you, Mr. Richardson & Family!

Part I
While I have ridden the Campion Trail many a time, I never knew the exact history of the land upon which it was built. But today, I learned that history first hand and I am very glad to share it with you.

Thank you, Mr. Richardson and family, from me and all of us that use this really superb resource!

Part II
I did not know that helmets were mandatory on the Campion Trail. I am not sure if anybody is enforcing it but rules are rules. Or are they?

I love these rules, especially those which remind us to put our best foot forward, behave civilly.

While the benefits of helmet usage are perhaps debatable, I think Bicycle Trail Use Rules 2 through 6 are splendid ones - things some of the Armstrong-wannabe's of the Campion Trail should be mindful of?

Happy Trails!

Peace :) 

1 comment:

  1. In my view, helmet use on trails is much more valuable than on street, simply because the risks are higher and it's closer to what the helmets were designed for. The same is, however, true for runners who aren't subject to the same requirement, though their risk is the same.


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