Apparently motorcyclists view of "May is Motocycle Awareness Month" is somewhat different from others. Got this from a member who asks the question " would like to know why the RCMP aren't focusing on the other 75% of the accidents. It would seem to make sense that they focus their attention to areas that would do the most good. Cpl Smith's comments himself that MOST motorcyclists are safe drivers, therefore, that leads me to believe that only a small percentage of the 25% of motorcycle accidents are a result of the reasons given above. If this is the case then this "crackdown" would be considered profiling, unfairly targeting a small demographic and, therefore, illegal."
What are your thoughts?