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Old 02-12-2013, 02:55 PM   #1
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Fallen Riderz

I started a Fallen Riderz of Oklahoma last yr when i lived in Ok
now ive started a Fallen Riderz of Texas since i live here now
i encourage riders to group together and ride one last ride for our fellow riders that we know in support of there families for the funerals, for those that can attend
feel free to follow, support, and spread my facebook page to other riders throughout Texas.
Post up accidents, deaths, funerals (dates & times) photos of riders (ill make albums).
www.facebook.com/fallenriderzofoklahoma
www.facebook.com/fallenriderzoftexas

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Old 02-12-2013, 03:00 PM   #2
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Aside from (what it sounds like to me) exploiting fallen riders that have past just to get some "likes" on a Facebook page to make it popular, how does this at all benefit the riders or their family?

If I'm out of line, let me know, but from my experience with these "facebook pages" all it is is just about getting hits on your page.
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Old 02-13-2013, 10:24 AM   #3
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no not at all,
its not about hits or likes on a page, i have my own FB and only have people i know.
these pages are for bikers, its to help remember our fellow riders and posting there pics up if anyone has sum to post, if people want to attend there funerals post up on the events calender and get a group ride to ride along with the family to show our support and respect.
the Oklahoma page has 88 bikers so far and who ever can get together and ride one last ride to show our respects to the rider and families, we do, bye rideing from the service to the grave site and we've even done a ride after for one brother who then suggested a big burnout for his brother.
weve done a ride for one sportbike rider whos mom&dad passed and rode in a harley group, and all the bikers lined up along side the grave site and revd engines while the 2 sons rode down the middle of the lines with there ashes.
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