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Old 07-11-2018, 06:51 AM   #1
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Note: No helmet, wearing sneakers, forehead but conscious. Tried to flee on a Harley cruiser.

A rider was injured after he fell off his motorcycle following a short chase on the North Freeway overnight.

According to the Houston Police Department, an officer spotted a large pickup and the motorcycle racing on the North Freeway heading south just before 1 a.m. Wednesday.

The officer and another patrol unit attempted to pull both the truck and motorcycle over. Police said, while the driver of the truck stopped, the motorcycle rider sped off.

He took the Airline exit. However, the rider was going too fast and almost hit the back end of a slower moving car on the feeder road.

The rider lost control of the motorcycle and ended up skidding.

Police said he was not wearing a helmet, and was transported to the hospital in serious but stable condition.

The rider faces evading charges, as well as racing charges.

https://www.khou.com/article/news/cr.../285-572681546
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One more tidbit. He had a sock covering the sneaker on his shift foot.
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I have two harleys and I can tell you that the only thing a harley will out run is another harley, well maybe a prius. (ever how they spell that little go thing)
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That's biker code for: "I am unfamiliar with and afraid of, using the front brake so, I mashed on the rear brake until it locked and I low sided"
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That's biker code for: "I am unfamiliar with and afraid of, using the front brake so, I mashed on the rear brake until it locked and I low sided"
I thought there was a special ley’r down button on Harley’s.
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Proper Harleys have heel-toe shifters so you don't scuff your shoes
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