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Opinion: If You Can’t Stay In Your Lane, You’re An Idiot

Seriously, though. A lot can be said about motorcycle safety. You’ve heard say things like “wear all your gear” and “look where you’re going” and “always be aware of your surroundings” before. We didn’t invent anything, but we’re vocal advocates of all those principles meant to keep you all safe on …

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Patriots’ Kraft pledges $100K for families of bikers killed

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft joined leather-clad bikers from across the country at a memorial Saturday for the seven motorcyclists killed in a collision with a truck last month and pledged to donate $100,000 to help the victims’ families. Bikers from as far as Louisiana and …

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4 killed when 2 motorcycles collide head-on in Modjeska Canyon

MODJESKA CANYON, CA — Four people were killed Sunday in a head-on collision between two motorcycles in the Modjeska Canyon area of Orange County, officials said. The crash was reported around 4:30 p.m. on Santiago Canyon Road near Modjeska Canyon Road, according to the CHP. Santiago Canyon was closed in both …

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Which states have the most motorcycle fatalities?

Maybe it’s simpler than I thought: The more you ride, the more you’re exposed and the more likely you are to die out there. Of course, in reality, I rarely think it’s simple. (Some accuse me of being the king of overthinking it.) But some basic stats compiled by the …

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Nearly 900 drivers suspended in wake of deadly motorcycle crash in New Hampshire

BOSTON — The embattled Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles has suspended an additional 330 drivers whose past violations in other states had gone unprocessed after thousands of notices piled up in mail bins inside a registry facility for the past 15 months. The RMV’s lapse in processing out-of-state suspensions was discovered in the aftermath of a horrific crash …

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