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- Subject: Re: ABS
- From: "Steve Makohin" <wateredg@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 12 Nov 2005 08:07:17 -0500
From: "Seattle Dan" <danweb@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
> I also disclaim the notion that one stops sooner than the other. I just
> don't know that from my experiences.
Could you please clarify the meaning of your closing sentence above? I
*think* it is the first interpretation (below), but I have included other
possible interpretations as well.
o I have not conducted my own tests in which I was able to prove
that bike ABS can stop my bike in a shorter distance than an identical
non-ABS bike, so I do not believe it is possible.
o I *AM* aware of the many tests that have been conducted by a
variety of non-partisan organizations in which they tested bike ABS
versus non-ABS under a variety of conditions with a variety
of riders, but I disbelieve their conclusions because:
o I have not duplicated the experiments myself
o I believe the tests were flawed or falsified
o I have proof that the tests were flawed or falsified
o Their conclusions are inconsistent with my beliefs
o Other: [please specify]
o I am *NOT* aware of the above tests, and I have not done any
research on the subject other than the beliefs I have formed through
my own experiences, therefore I do not believe it is possible to
stop in a shorter distance using bike ABS.
I am just trying to understand your thinking.
- -Steve Makohin
Oakville, Ontario, Canada