Trust fund babies I guess!
There are states that still to this day do not require helmets on any thing. I wear a helmet when in a SxS unless at work were I am stuck with a hard hat. I do not own a SxS but if I did I would buy a half helmet so I would be protected yet comfortable.Helmets aren't required in SxS in most states, and the ones on the motorcycles and atvs WERE wearing helmets.
Yeah I didn't think that was a good idea either. If there building these cages you would think they would be putting in spots to hold on to without a chance of crushing their fingers. Atleast their testing these things before they ship the cages out, that way they know their not going to hurt any one by them selves.If it's yours, do what you want with it.
But the grabbing of the roll cage when rolling had me cringing.
Then I pull up on the rappy and run up the hill then spin around and comeback down :lol:If you've ever been to London Kentucky to ride. It's not a "legal"ride area but... every body goes wearever they want. The buggie guys(Tube frame individual rear steering brakes) will find a 3-400' mountain side and 7 or 8 of them will sit at the bottom and take turns. Until one of them makes it. While one goes balls, out and then rolls back down. The others will sit there slammin beers and watch, help flip it back over. Then the next guy finnishes his beer and goes for it. Never saw a helmet. One guy forgot to strap in and gashed his head bad. Stood there lookin at mountin (blood runnin down his face) took acouple a swiggs o beer, jumped back in and tried another line. I only went there 3 times but watched the same thing several times. Oh yah we got shot at when we were way back in there once. 2 guys with rifles in 2 different spots on the surrounding mountains. At the same time, couldn't see them but could hear the reports.