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03-28-2017 01:57 PM
Jeffrobombero Yes, the cold, damp asphalt early morning can be super slippery. Make sure you do all your safety checks before that first ride of the season and remember that no one can see you.
03-22-2017 11:56 AM
Mr. Efficiency As a victim of an early season freeway crash I mirror the sentiment. watch those road surfaces, guys.
03-22-2017 11:28 AM
LeLimoMan Very sad and our thoughts and prayers go out to his friends and family. A reminder of just how fragile life is. Take it easy as you start into the new season.
03-22-2017 08:58 AM
duglaura God rest his soul....Prayers goes out to his wife and children.....Be careful VR members...Life is short.
03-22-2017 01:47 AM
DCinCT regardless off the cause...shame it happened...prayers to his family in trying to deal with the loss of someone so young.
03-21-2017 04:53 PM
Capt Cruiser Here's an update. When I went by I saw his friend sitting on the guardrail pretty distraught. Looks like he ended up with emotional problems.

Mass. State Police identify motorcyclist killed in I-291 crash; Indian Orchard man lost control, hit guardrail | masslive.com
03-21-2017 01:54 PM
scorpion46 What a shame. Finally get a good day and people think it's the middle of July. Both cars and bikes.
03-21-2017 11:59 AM
Capt Cruiser Yes, it was at a ramp/exit.

He was riding with another bike that stopped before the exit. His bike was maybe 50 yards past the exit.
03-21-2017 10:46 AM
DCinCT heard a few of our drivers yesterday who passed the scene talking about this accident...got the impression this occurred on an exit going off 291... and speed was a factor...wonder if there will be a followup as to the cause...probably not but would be a good reminder to those just getting back out to ride carefully and responsibly. Could very well have been sand/salt from last weeks storm that created an unsafe riding surface.
03-21-2017 10:38 AM
DCinCT also consider going over your bike first if its been sitting all winter to make sure everythings up to snuff...especially your tire pressures...most likely they've lost some air.
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