There seems to be considerable dispute on this site with regard to how motorcyclists do and should behave: There are LIBERTINES who are happy for themselves and others to ride with open face helmets, split (or filter) lanes, break speed limits, wear less than the full complement of protective gear, and perform stunts including wheelstands and stoppies. These are the people who add the congratulatory notes and provide advice on how to improve these skills; and There are the ABSTEMIOUS who always wear full face helmets, never split lanes, obey all the traffic rules, and ride cautiously at all times. These are the people who prompt us to think of the consequences and remind us of the burden such behaviour can place on taxpayers Whenever threads appear recirculating the media's reports of riders travelling at extreme velocities, it is members of these two camps whose posts are the most numerous. This suggests that Netrider is a conflict riven society of extremists. But is this really the case? Or is there a more normal distribution of rider behaviour. This poll is designed to find out. To provide meaningful data, I have arbitrarily defined three intermediate positions: The INDULGENTS who temper their libertine tendencies, avoiding the most egregious transgressions and the medical and legal consequences thereof; The MODERATES who drink equal quantities from each cup, riding in a style that satisfies their desire for thrills and their sense of responsibility to themselves and the community; and The DISCRETES who, when pressed, admit to indulging in the occasional guilty pleasure while counselling caution and temperance to others. Perhaps surprisingly given my posting history, I'd classify myself as moderate and tread the middle path (as recommended by the Buddha), how about the rest of you?