Do you use the safety bar when riding a chairlift? - Page 6


View Poll Results: Do you use the safety bar?

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  • Always insist on using bar. Never ride a lift without a bar.

    5 14.29%
  • Always insist on using bar when available.

    12 34.29%
  • Usually use bar, except when riding with strangers.

    7 20.00%
  • Usually do not use the bar.

    4 11.43%
  • Don't use the bar except when other people put it down.

    7 20.00%
  • Refuse to use the bar under all circumstances.

    0 0%
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  1. #51

    Join Date
    Feb 2012
    Stamford, CT/Lake Placid, NY
    Usually pull the bar down footrest is nice and I figure 99.9% of the time there is no need but that one time when the lift does an E stop or that big gust of wind comes better safe than sorry. If others on chair will allow them to choose but atleast at Whiteface most people bring them down for the footrest, and also some of those chairs(Summit Quad in particular) can get WINDY!

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    Hunter 2-3, 2-26
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  2. #52
    I always use the safety bar also. Have seen a few people fall from a lift and not a good site.
    Go for the snow!!!!!!

  3. #53

    Join Date
    Mar 2007
    Southington, CT
    I always do cause I like to lean forward and rest on it.
    2009/2010 - 28

    2009 mtb-19 rides- 113.58 miles

    2008/09 - 33

  4. #54

    Do you use the safety bar when riding a chairlift?

    Today I was on a lift at Wachusett with a mom and a kid who was 4 or 5 and tiny. He was sitting so far forward on the edge of the seat I thought he might slip and fall thru even with the bar down. Very sketchy but she didn't seem worried...

    I usually put the bar down, see no reason not to.

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