Forget about jumping out of a plane, scaling Mount Everest, or getting in the ring with Mike Tyson. Bono is bringing you and a friend to New York City to REALLY live on the edge. You’ll meet him for a morning of stories and signed merchandise before embarking on a lovely bike ride through one of the most iconic places in the world. After that (provided you all survive), Bono has one more stop to help you cool off that recent rush of adrenaline: ice cream. We’ll provide your flights and 4-star hotel; Bono will provide the motorcycle helmets.
Don't really get the "motorcycle helmets" because this would be a bicycle (not motorcycle) ride. :-)
It's for a good cause, "The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria"
From what I know about Bono's bike riding in Central Park, if I rode with him I'd want not only a motorcycle helmet, but an entire suit of body armor. Good guy, though.
hehehe. Maybe getting into the accident changed his general approach to cycling?
I saw Bono and I was thinking Sonny Bono. It's different when you see it written and don't hear it pronounced (and you grew up watching the Sonny and Cher Show).
Regarding the Irish U2 lead man, I don't think he had a bike accident, I think he had a "bike accident" ;-)