But don't assume Enduro India is just a crashfest. Not a painful one, anyway. Apart from one broken leg, all the crashes were minor tumbles. Chaos is, after all, simply part of everyday Indian life, and something the organizers encourage rally participants to embrace. Even so, the organizers' concern for safety is evident; I've never seen more medics rushing around. The rally's a great place to graze your knee, because within 30 seconds three people would be washing your wound and making a frightful fuss. At one point the chap who broke his leg (a crew member, not a customer, please note) was surrounded by four women, all cooing and mopping his brow. Jeez.