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Old 11-11-2010, 03:42 PM   #1
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Lone Star Rally 2010 Fatality

There was one fatality over the weekend, with a total of 10 accidents reported. Estimated 400,000 that showed up over the weekend.

http://galvestondailynews.com/story....163245245bdb46
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Old 11-11-2010, 03:44 PM   #2
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Those tracks take a few down every year. RIP
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Old 11-11-2010, 03:47 PM   #3
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RIP, suprised their werent more. Sad he wasnt wearing a lid, maybe he would still be here
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Old 11-11-2010, 03:57 PM   #4
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Thats why I stay clear the away from any and all bike rallies. Too many douche bags that dont know how to act.

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In another accident, a driver was ticketed after losing control of his motorcycle while “burning out” and spinning his rear wheel around and hitting a woman nearby.

The woman’s injuries were not life-threatening.

The driver was cited for making an unsafe start from a stopped position, for failing to remain at the scene of an accident and for having no proof of insurance, according to the police report.
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RIP. People don't realize that most fatal accidents happen at slow speeds in city traffic. Throw in the confusion from the rally and streets, it was bound to happen.
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RIP. People don't realize that most fatal accidents happen at slow speeds in city traffic. Throw in the confusion from the rally and booze and streets, it was bound to happen.
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Wow, not to be morbid but I was expecting more also...

Gods Speed to the rider and condolances to his loved ones.
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I was at the first one they ever had and I saw one of those guys on a harley custom worth about 40K slip on those tracks. The bike went down and he was still standing. Because he was being a and spinning his wheels in a large crowd everyone busted out laughing. People forget that when you show your in a crowd you can kill someone besides yourself. Thats always a no no.
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RIP. People don't realize that most fatal accidents happen at slow speeds in city traffic. .

that's not true. at all.

anyway, RIP for this guy. on the drive down to gss I saw the dumbest things I could imagine being done on motorcycles. I imagine wearing a helmet woulds been a good idea, and those tracks are a .
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Wow, not to be morbid but I was expecting more also...

Gods Speed to the rider and condolances to his loved ones.
+1. RIP to the rider. Nobody should die going to a simple motorcycle rally.

With the temps where they were I was expecting more problems with geriatric popsicles hitting the pavement. Maybe it was too cold to ride after drinking and the RUBs were content to sleep it off..
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Old 11-11-2010, 05:50 PM   #13
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Sad, but I also expected more than that. I think those are pretty good numbers for the amount of bikes plus the amount of alcohol consumed.
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^^^^ +1 & to the thief that stole my tail light when i was there sorry had to vent a little bit.
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for that large of a crowd I'm surprised there weren't more.

but, still bad for the one who died.
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Those tracks were slippery as ...I felt my back wheel slip a few times while rididng....

RIP to the fallen rider.
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