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Old 04-26-2007, 08:39 AM   #41
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Old 04-26-2007, 08:41 AM   #42
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I don't know what's worse for the States' now. Us or people in Iraq? I guess you can say we are at war with ourselves. You know, monkey see, monkey do. Sometimes and almost all the time, we ride in groups, we planned our rides, our routes. But once we hit the freeways, then all breaks loose!! It's every man for himself. I'm not fast. I've seen fast and crazy on the freeways, and I've seen riders with T-shirts, and sometimes shorts and or two-up with no gear. I've seen wrecks that will leave you in trauma for days, with people's heads decapitated from their bodies. Point is, I don't know when we will all learn from this. I feel the pain for their families, I honestly do. I've been riding for a long time, and I'm still a SQUID and proud of it. I love bikes. I won't ever give up riding. But it takes a true rider to know what his abilities and limitations can take him. My condolescense to the fallen rider's families and the ones they left behind, may they find meaning to all this madness.
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I admit I'm guilty of weaving in an out of traffic at 100+ but when an 18-wheeler is changing lanes it's not in the snap of a finger. Cars are another story, they tend swerve a whole lot quicker than an 18 wheeler to get in another lane.

Word to the wise, if you find yourself in your cage driving down the freeway and notice in your rearview mirror a bike, or bikes, coming up fast, don't try to get out of the way and change lanes, STAY WHERE YOUR AT AND DON'T HIT THE DAM BRAKES !!!!!. more than likely, in this case, the 18-wheeler saw them coming up fast and tried to get outa the way and therefore caused Bryan to run into the back of the trailer. I seen this happen before and this is just my guess on what happen. I could be wrong though :dontknow:

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Word of the wise for you dude... SLOW YOUR DOWN!!! Dont expect cagers to know the rules of riding around bikers.. Slow down and you dont have to worry about that .

The 18-wheeler didnt cause byran to run into the back of him... It was bryan going to fast that caused him to run into the back of an 18-wheeler.

I feel sorry for the truck driver to have to see something so horrible.. Not to mention he could of been killed if he lost control of his rig.. Which in turn could of killed others as well.

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I knew this guy.. He was a friend of mind and I know 100% who he was riding with. No I was not there but I used to ride with these guys but stoped because they rode to fast..

He wrecked about 6 months ago into the back of a truck on the freeway going to the bike rally in gavelston.. I gave him all the money he needed to fix his bike. Now I feel like total .. If I didnt give him the money to fix his bike he might still be alive.
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Bryan was going 160+ on 290 switching lanes. I dont know why he was downed but i heard his helmet shattered on impact....i dont think he had it strapped...even at tripple digits...i guess that even wont save you O_O
Nothing is going to save you from a sudden impact. It is not speed that kills. It is the sudden stop. That is why many of us who know we have bad habbits have become track heads.
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"He wrecked about 6 months ago into the back of a truck on the freeway going to the bike rally in gavelston.. I gave him all the money he needed to fix his bike. Now I feel like total .. If I didnt give him the money to fix his bike he might still be alive."

Or he might have gotten the $ somewhere else, or borrow another bike etc.
You're without fault in this.. and you did the smart thing, in not riding with that group anymore.
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He was my riding partner and work out partner. i didn't get to ride with the 3 of them because of my school paper i was doing. my friend who was riding with him call me as soon as this happened on 290. he told me he was trying to cut across 3 lanes of traffic and hit the rear corner of the 18-wheeler and then hit the wall. after that he went underneath the 18-wheeler and got run over. keep him in your prayers.
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I heard about this while at PP1, and decided to go home and just pray!!! For his soul, Roger, Jordan, and all of us.

MAY BLESS HIM AND HIS FAMILY!!!!
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his name is Bryan Walsh. he ride a 2003 Honda CBR 600RR. some of you might know him. he is a pretty tall guy with blonde short hair. he is 20 years old and rides with the north side guys. i got a call from another rider who saw it at 11:17 right after it happened telling me the news. i couldn't believe it and never thought it would happen. i usually ride with these guys but tonight was writing a paper night. and i know i would have been acting a fool right behind bryan. may he rest in peace.
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his name is Bryan Walsh. he ride a 2003 Honda CBR 600RR. some of you might know him. he is a pretty tall guy with blonde short hair. he is 20 years old and rides with the north side guys. i got a call from another rider who saw it at 11:17 right after it happened telling me the news. i couldn't believe it and never thought it would happen. i usually ride with these guys but tonight was writing a paper night. and i know i would have been acting a fool right behind bryan. may he rest in peace.
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Yea, that asian chick was acting all hard....meh, i think thats why its called pp1, home of the squidbys. Nice meeting you too man, had fun tonight even though i ran out of gas midway

-Kyo on Houston-Imports aka Sergio.
Yeah u talking about Lilly, Lilly rides super fast, but just like we all do. I rode with the 1st group, wasn't really feeling it. Tried to go on the next ride, but decided to head on home instead b/c I knew that bunch would be hauling . I just wasn't up for that after hearing about Bryan.

I'm probably gonna chill on riding for a little while. Lately riding is labored for me, meaning I'm trying to hard and thinking about crashing too much. I might be selling out but oh well!
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