Your "theory" is also supported by the nursing profession's nickname for the things: DonorCycles.
Was it hit by a small airplane trying to land at Alliance??
you will need to watch out between Decatur and Bridgeport on Sunday 12:30 for the Wise co. toy run.300 to 500 bikes on 380.
Barry is that liberal math? This is the first motorcycle on over three weeks.
It is supported by numbers, we don't have to post it everytime someone dies.Stats from DOT and NHTSA: Dallas and Tarrant Counties (the main metroplex) had 45 motorcycle fatalities (33 and 12, respectively) out of 373 motor vehicle fatalities. 45 = .86 per week, and accounts for 12% of all motor vehicle fatalities in the two counties (state average for motorcycles is 9%, but Harris, Bexar, Dallas, and Tarrant are the top 4 counties where motorcycle fatalities occur).Of the 45, 65% were not wearing a helmet. Guess their do-rag was going to protect them. Only 3 killed in Tarrant County had helmets on.Sure, motorcycles are more dangerous. They only account for 3.3% of all registered vehicles in Texas but 9% of the fatalities, but a good rider knows that and rides very defensively.Are you going to start posting all the car crashes in the metroplex too? How about alcohol related? Looking at the Tarrant County ME website, there were more people killed by falling down and hitting their heads in their home or a parking lot the last month than motorcycle crashes. Why haven't we seen any of those reports?
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