Let's do some behaviour cartography.
By all accounts, the risk of head injury is the same, or lower, on bicycles than it is as a pedestrian or a motorist. And the risk of drowning while swimming or bathing [on, for example, a beach not in the bathtub] is much higher than dying in a bicycle accident. This, of course, is all great news for cyclists. Well, it's not really news, it's well established statistics.
So I was wondering what the results of a spot of logic mapping would be.