10th annual Shameless O'Toole Police and Fire NYC Tour

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"2011 was Shameless O'Toole's 'Protectors of the Pint' 10th Annual Police and Fire NYC Tour. Since 2001, policemen and firemen grouped together with family and friends and chartered tour buses bound for the Big Apple to celebrate St. Patrick's Day. In 2011, we wanted to commemorate our 10th Annual Tour by bearing custom t-shirts. We found Custom Ink.com which proved to be fun and easy to use, and completion of the order was very smooth! We are now in the shirt order process for the 2012 Tour and plan on making Custom Ink shirts an annual part of our tours. Slainte'" - Shameless O'Toole (Feb 04, 2012)

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comment by Guest - May 09, 2012 - back to the top

Alan, if you go back into my archives and read a bit more from my poeivrus posts, you will see that I rarely wear a helmet for regular urban riding (though I always do when racing, training fast, mtb riding or riding in the exurbs). I have been researching bicycle safety for more than 11 years and I have come to the conclusion that riding a bicycle in an urban environment is safer than driving a car if you follow the rules of the road and learn a few basic conflict areas in which to be careful. You will also see that I typically ride in vintage clothing, including suits and ties or normal casual wear. My blog has also dealt with the statistics of helmet use. I am not anti-helmet, but I agree that pushing helmets, hi-vis yellow, and lycra severely limits the appeal of riding a bicycle for most people. If people think they have to put on special socks to bike to the custard stand, they will drive. I think that philosophy is already prevalent in the majority of the current Bike Fed staff. I am big into cyclechic movement. I have many friends in Copenhagen and view their philosophies as the best strategy to get more people riding. This blog will continue to reflect those beliefs. I hope you keep reading and perhaps share some things I write that you like on your blog roll.Cheers

comment by Guest - May 11, 2012 - back to the top

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