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Houston Area Crash Fest

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So I hear on the radio of 2 new bikers who crashed, died on their way home from the dealership this weekend.

Heard another crash involving a HD, over the line head on into a car on a very popular twisty road, FM3090 passenger (biker chick= Road Rash chick)

Co-workers neighbor, lost control of son's sport bike, while riding in cul-de-sac and crashed into truck, broken arm, totaled bike, dented rental truck

Paper has a rider killed by red light runner

The general manager at a local HD dealership was involved in a 4 bike accident in a group ride.

Nobody crashed in the MSF class this weekend.



It was like crash fest this past weekend and I bet we all know the fair weather riders are to blame (otherwise known as the TU TU Club members)

Reasons why the TU TU Club doesn't ride...
1. It's TU Hot
2. It's TU Cold
3. It's TU Windy
4. It's TU Wet
5. It's TU Early in the morning
6. I got TU drunk last night.
The list goes on...

I so glad I rode out toward Austin... so I really didn't see many other bikers on the road... just we came within 30 miles of Texas A&M... and that was it...
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Captain Morgan said:
... what's the full story on the newbies? Just bought the bikes and weren't paying attention? Or just bought the bikes and were riding too fast?
Here is the spill on the two Noobs... Local ABC
(03/15/05 - HOUSTON) — A Montgomery County man is dead after crashing his brand-new motorcycle on the way home.

Police say the man was returning from the bike shop around 10:30 Monday night, when he lost control on a curve on FM 2090 near Daw Collins and slid into the path of an oncoming car. The driver was thrown into a ditch and died instantly. The other driver was not injured.

His brother had taken him to the bike shop and was following behind in a car when the wreck happened.

Police say it’s the second-time in two days Montgomery County motorcycle riders have been killed while driving their new cycles home.
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