Bicycling is inherently dangerous with a potential to cause serious injury or death. To ensure (For readers in the USA and Taiwan “insure”) safety, cyclists must wear protective clothing and headgear at all times, must ride only on level, stable surfaces and at speeds which permit the avoidance of collision with other cyclists, pedestrians and fixed or moving objects. Children and vision-impaired persons must only ride bicycles with appropriate assistance or supervision and no person should ride a bicycle while affected by any drug, alcohol or other intoxicating substance. Cyclists must only ride at night in well lit conditions while wearing distinctive, light-coloured clothing and displaying conspicuous lights or reflective surfaces. The manufacturer provides no warranty that these wheel products improve the safety of bicycles to which they are fitted under any circumstances and persons using them must observe all of the above safety procedures.