Tag Archives: motorcycle fatality

Why Motorcycle Safety Courses

April 12, 2010

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Every day in America at least a dozen bikers die in the saddle. A truck or auto operator is usually at fault. Typically, the killer explains that he never saw or heard the biker and is fined a trivial amount for a minor offense. The broken bodies of the victims are usually heaped with scorn. […]

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Deadly And Delicious

October 29, 2008

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The deer call these late fall days “motorcycle hunting season.” The end of October and beginning of November is mating season in the deer world. Whether you can see them or not, if you are riding a country road they see you. They are standing just inside the tree line, getting drunk on fermented berries. […]

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