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Discussion in 'Face Plant' started by Hurricane Bob, Dec 19, 2012.
Fairwinds and Godspeed.
Sorry to hear that. RIP Marc
One of the greatest things about being a "biker"..in life and in death we're familly.We help each other out in times of need, console in times of sadness, I'll raise a beer to Rider11x next time I'm in the local.
rest in peace r11x and for the rest of us....take extra caution.
We all read it. We all try to cheat it. And in an instant, the car pulls out, and all of our plans fall apart. Motorcycles are a labor of love, and they are just as deadly as they are invigorating.
This sucks- a man, with dreams, a life, and wife, gone. We are all riding on that line with Rider11x, and its terrible this man had to be one of the unfortunate ones who paid a price for such a love. It could be me tomorrow.
RIP and condolences to the family.
I know somehow you must sense all the good thoughts and strength to deal we are all sending you. Peace you your family and friends.
To Mark, Godspeed. There will be no left turners where you are now.
Marcus Blaine with his new Aerostich suit. He loved this suit and rode two hours in the cold to show us at our local bike night event. He was a hoot to be around, even in the short time I had met him. His wife Kathy was also a real pistol, but a strong woman. No doubt she'll pull through this tough time.
Be careful out there folks
Sucks big time.
Best wishes for Kathy.
I'm very sorry for your loss Kathy.
I'm sorry for your loss.
No man know the time or date.
He's gone on to a much better place, no doubt. Hopefully a place with unlimited riding with no taxes or fee's, a place where it is celebrated to be a human and not a puppet for an economy... A place where he can ride free of laws and restriction.
In short, the place we wish we could all ride, in a place we wish we could all live.
Sorry if that's a little much and "out there"... It's meant as my best and a way to regard something in a positive way.
Having said that and meaning it from the heart I have to say that when I go I hope to be doing what I enjoy the most.
A couple of months ago I was involved in a serious bike accident, could have been killed. The first thought I had when I could actually think was: OK, I love riding my bikes, I will have to go one day, this is not a bad way to go, beats a serious illness by a mile. Of course I care for my family but we all have to go one day. Having said that, ride carefully and enjoy riding as long as you can!
I know Rider was happy doing what he loved.
Rest in peace. So sorry to hear the news. Lost my uncle to a bike accident a few years ago. Everyone ride safe out there.
Another slap to the face that puts life into perspective.
I wish the best for his family.
Very sorry to hear and my condolences to his family and all who knew him.