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post #1 of 25 (permalink) Old 02-11-2008, 09:39 PM Thread Starter
 
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Light stomach? Probably shouldn't look. **a few photos of a bikers death**

Anyone see this? I don't know where it happened but pics are floating around on the web. Not smart to see what your bikes got on the freeway. Got this from a fellow riders web page. RIP for the rider pictured.




"Witnesses say the motorcyclist was going faster than 100 miles per hour when he crashed into the back of a semi truck between 81st and 91st Street at about one o'clock Tuesday morning.


Investigators say evidence shows the motorcyclist was going about 120 miles per hour at the time of the impact. It took the truck driver more than a quarter of a mile to come to a stop. When he did, he stepped out of his rig and found the motorcyclist dead at the back of the truck.


"The truck dri ver was not hurt," says Captain Matt Kirkland. "He said that the impact was so strong that he thought he was hit from behind by another truck."


Officers said there was no indication that drugs or alcohol played a factor in the accident."



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post #2 of 25 (permalink) Old 02-11-2008, 09:43 PM
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Isn't that a real old pic?
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yep April 2007

http://www.snopes.com/photos/accident/tulsacrash.asp

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Isn't that a real old pic?

Probably, I just got them in an e-mail. People tend to send me old shit, they think is new and now I am doing the same for CLSB. Couldn't find a thread if it was.
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Thanks for the verification Pierce..........



Some squid's probably using this as an excuse not to wear a helmet??
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no problem. I just sent this to a friend that loves to go way to fast on the express way. I signed it, remember my 6 year old loves you and wants you to see her grow-up....way to guilt someone out huh?

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...way to guilt someone out huh?
oh well if it stops him from speeding and getting hurt its worth the guilt trip!!!!
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I know a few of those people too, they don't believe that stuff when i show them or think it will never happen to them. They are perfect.
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oh well if it stops him from speeding and getting hurt its worth the guilt trip!!!!
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I'm going to leave this up to. Good for newbies to see too?? Right? Or is that wrong?
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No need to delete it, always a good reality check for everyone. Thing is, sometimes it never hits home till you see it happen right in front of you.
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repost

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and Jimm posted in that thread too

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...and Jimm posted in that thread too

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I still like the one about the guy that was going so fast he went completely *through* a Taco Bell. No gear of course...not that it would have helped at 150+

I think they used a dust pan to scrape him up...

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no problem. I just sent this to a friend that loves to go way to fast on the express way....
55 stay alive. Glad I don't ride like that.
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According to snopes, his family wanted a review of motorcycle safety laws.. For what, he's wearing gear?!?!?!?
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and Jimm posted in that thread too

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I guess I drink too much. I feel like that kid Corky from life goes on. Thanks a lot Ernie
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That is pretty sick, I talked to a cop last summer and he told me that someone racing on Lake Shore Drive was split in half. He said the guy was racing 2 cars and lost control, hit a tree. Half of his body stayed with the tree and half kept going. I dont know if this is true, maybe the cop was trying to care the shit outta me. I dont think so though because he rides as well. Please be safe out there.

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That is pretty sick, I talked to a cop last summer and he told me that someone racing on Lake Shore Drive was split in half. He said the guy was racing 2 cars and lost control, hit a tree. Half of his body stayed with the tree and half kept going. I dont know if this is true, maybe the cop was trying to care the shit outta me. I dont think so though because he rides as well. Please be safe out there.
That has happened to several riders where my parent's live. Mostly through corners, lose control, and hit the sign post. Cut them in right in half. We just had a kid get hit head on when he was riding a four-wheeler on the highway...not much left of him.
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i need to alter the title a bit.
to disclose whats in this thread.

it adheres to our rules "no gore" and this thread does serve a purpose.



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According to snopes, his family wanted a review of motorcycle safety laws.. For what, he's wearing gear?!?!?!?
.........Brandon's family said that they hoped his unfortunate death at least would help to bring attention to the issue of motorcycle safety:

"If I can save one mother, one father from going through what I've gone through, then it's worthwhile," said Broken Arrow resident Dennis White,
Brandon White's father. "I can't be mad, but I know I have to do something. I've got to make a positive out of this."

Ummmmmm...........To: Brandons P's

I dont want to sound insensitive, but the motorcycle had nothing to do with this. HE was driving it, HE drove into the back of a semi.

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.........Brandon's family said that they hoped his unfortunate death at least would help to bring attention to the issue of motorcycle safety:

"If I can save one mother, one father from going through what I've gone through, then it's worthwhile," said Broken Arrow resident Dennis White,
Brandon White's father. "I can't be mad, but I know I have to do something. I've got to make a positive out of this."

Ummmmmm...........To: Brandons P's

I dont want to sound insensitive, but the motorcycle had nothing to do with this. HE was driving it, HE drove into the back of a semi.
thats why i decided to leave (whats on here so far) up. its the reality of our sport/way of life.

if you dont like it, drive a volvo.



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thats why i decided to leave (whats on here so far) up. its the reality of our sport/way of life.

if you dont like it, drive a volvo.
Yep- and you have to accept that fact everytime you swing yer leg over.....

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Repost from last year. There are more photos then that.

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