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Fallen Riders

This is for all of our fallen riders. A place to remember and honor them, so show your support and love for them here.


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Roy Waters

I lost my best friend Roy on August 13, 2008, he wrecked his CBR 929 on on a blind curve. Roy was a great friend and the one who got me interested in motorcycles. I honor him when I ride by having his initials on my handle bars so I can look down and remember him. Roy you are always with me and I never ride alone. Im not to sure when I took this picture, Roy was a manager at a car audio and window tint shop...He was tinting an Austin Police officers car one day and I couldn't resist snapping a picture of him in it. RIP Roy, you will never be forgotten. Here is a link to the article about his passing. I know he would want a picture of his bike up here too so its the one on the right. http://www.statesman.com/blogs/conte..._motorcyc.html

Man killed in motorcycle accident identified

By Joshunda Sanders | Wednesday, August 13, 2008, 01:36 AM

A 23-year-old man found dead in the 8900 block of Wildridge Drive just before 1 a.m. today has been identified by police as Roy Waters. His death is being investigated as the 35th traffic fatality in Austin this year.

Investigators say Waters was driving a 2001 Honda motorcycle southbound on Wildridge Drive when he struck a curb. The Honda then struck a tree and Waters was ejected from the motorcycle, according to officials. When Waters was ejected, he struck a telephone pole, police said.

Waters was not wearing a helmet, police said, and he did not have a license to operate the vehicle. A passerby saw the man along the side of the road and called 911, police said.

He was taken to University Medical Center at Brackenridge where he was pronounced dead at 2:45 a.m. Vehicular Homicide detectives ask anyone with information about the incident to call 974-6981.
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I just posted on another thread about this. I lost a good friend in 94 on a Hurricane 1000 after he had hit a car in the driver side forward, knocked the car into a 360, (Hurricanes are heavy i guess), and the car spun back around and hit my friend again. This was tragic but it helps me keep my focus in check

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I lost a good friend last July ...... Jim Barnes
Jim was riding home on the morning of Friday, July 25th when a car pulled in front of him. He was transported to St. John's Hospital in Springfield, Missouri where he succumbed to his injuries on Saturday, July 26th.
Jim was a retired from the Navy, he held office in our chapter as Treasurer and Veteran Representative. He was our only Ironbutt rider after making several trips to California and back on his beloved 650 V-Star to see family and friends. He loved to ride and we loved riding with him.
There are no words to express how much Jim will be missed.


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Have Yourself a Lovely Ride Manny

We lost our good friend Manny Amador on New Years Eve, 2008. His death (not motorcycle related) was completely unexpected.

He loved three things in life: his family, fishing, and motorcycles. Manny got back into motorcycling when things were going bad in his life with his family. He bought my old Triumph Bonneville and put about 5K miles on her. That bike was something that always made him smile.

Manny will be cremated and his ashes put out to sea.

Wherever you are now, Manny, Have Yourself a Lovely Ride.

I am riding with my pegs down for you, Manny, in memory of all the times we rode together. Your wife asked me to help sell your bike. It will be hard to say goodbye to that Triumph. It made me smile today to see the home made tank bag you made, that we used to tease you about it all the time.

Here you are with a big fish you caught when you and my husband went fishing... well my husband says HE caught it, but you know what they say about fishermen...

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Yes, that's my bike. Thank you. Why, yes, I DO ride it all by myself.
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Nice thread, Rex.

RIP (Ride In Peace) to John William Kosztolnik (April 20, 1970 - August 24, 2003). I lost my husband to an accident on August 24, 2003. He was a good man. I have to get some pics up here of him. He had the best smile, EVER. I miss him, everyday. I wished there were enough words to express what a great/amazing human being that he was. He was tall, handsome, athletic, a true lover of life and all it had to offer. It's hard to speak of the one you love; it sounds like you're bragging or making it all up. But, he was one of a kind. I was lucky enough to have him for 15 years. Babes, I miss you!!!!

Here's an article about it: http://www.sportrider.com/features/1...ger/index.html

As painful as my loss is, he died doing what he loved. I hope I am that lucky.

Be safe, everyone.
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Nice thread, Rex.

RIP (Ride In Peace) to John William Kosztolnik (April 20, 1970 - August 24, 2003). I lost my husband to an accident on August 24, 2003. He was a good man. I have to get some pics up here of him. He had the best smile, EVER. I miss him, everyday. I wished there were enough words to express what a great/amazing human being that he was. He was tall, handsome, athletic, a true lover of life and all it had to offer. It's hard to speak of the one you love; it sounds like you're bragging or making it all up. But, he was one of a kind. I was lucky enough to have him for 15 years. Babes, I miss you!!!!

Here's an article about it: http://www.sportrider.com/features/1...ger/index.html

As painful as my loss is, he died doing what he loved. I hope I am that lucky.

Be safe, everyone.
My condolences to you.
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My condolences to you.
Thank you. And my condolences to all that are posting on this page.
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May their souls rest in peace and my condolences to friends and families of the fallen riders.
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Let's keep in mind the good memories and lessons from our departed friends. The best tribute we can give them is to make their good attributes a part of our person. The one thing they'd all greatly appreciate is for us to unselfishly pass along the lessons to everyone we possibly can.

Let's Keep their memories alive...pass on their knowledge to others.

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Amen brother... Amen.

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Thank you guys. I miss Manny so much. I keep expecting to see his bike turn the corner onto our street.

Yes, that's my bike. Thank you. Why, yes, I DO ride it all by myself.
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Amen, Clockdaddy. I keep expecting to see Mr. Rebel walk thru that door. But, it ain't happening. God, I miss that buggar.
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I'm sorry for everyones loss.


I lost an uncle. A looog time ago. Married to my dads only sister, who had died 1 yr. earlier. Sad that he left 5 kids all under 12. That was when I was in 1st. grade. Thats why my parents never let me have a MC and disapproved of me riding their whole life.

To bad. ..I'm ridding anyway.

My parents thought, that just like Uncle Raymond, all motorcycle riders were roughneck Hooligans who did wild life threatning stunts on their bike. (Thats how he died) Hey, Sometimes it's not your fault, and thats where the real tragedy is. That, and leaving inocent loved ones to fend for themselves.
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as far as I know, he wasn't a rider, but he was a friend, even though I never met him in person. I am a member of another Forum (that has to do with movies) and when I joined this forum in '07 he was one of the first to welcome me, and helped me out on several occasions. When I bought my bike in July of last year ,I stopped going to this other forum as much (spent more time riding and on here) but I still dropped in and talked to a few people, about a month ago I found out that Marty was ill and in the hospital, I found out through another person there that he went to Afghanistan a couple of years ago when the fighting was bad (he lived in the UK someplace) and when he came home, he was without legs and had bowel cancer, but he made it out that time, he came back to us, he showed several people what could be done if the will is strong enough....until last week, he was back in the hospital again, and passed away Friday evening. I may have never met him in person, but he will ALWAYS remain my friend, and he will be missed.

this is the message the woman who let me know what happened got from Marty's wife.

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I am writing to let you know that Martin had to go back into hospital just over a week ago.I knew Martin wouldn't be coming home again.It's with great sadness that I have to let you know that Martin died on friday.He did ask me to say goodbye to you all. We all miss him very much as I know you all will.Marilyn please could you just keep this between yourself and the staff for now.I have to go.

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Threads like these are a reminder to stay safe out there. My heartfelt condolences to everyone in here that has lost a loved one.
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Major bummer. I hate to see anyone go down at all, let alone lose their lives from it. My friend went down about a year and a half ago. She was hit by a cager who was doing god knows what. It was right in the gas hike when lots of new riders were coming around due to fuel costs. Everyone blamed it on that, but she was a veteran rider, and had been riding for years. Was very irritating that everyone assumed that she was just a new rider that lost her life due to inexperience. The fact was it was another cager not paying any damned attention, that can run a red, run over a biker and her bike, and drag her 50 ft under their suv. Stuff like that angers me to no end, will they ever learn?
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Everytime I ride, I ride for you James.
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I'm glad to see the support of our fallen friends here. In hard times where we lose one of our friends/family its good to know that we are not alone.


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Reed "Noxen" St. Pierre

Monday, the 23rd was 1 year since a fellow rider passed on. I never got a chance to meet him, but from talking to everyone else and reading about him I know he was a great guy.

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My condolences to everyone posting here. You are all in my prayers.
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same here it is a tragedy to lose not only a rider,but a close friend as well.
condolences to everyone who lost a friend/loved one.
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This is a hard thread to read, but important to have. I like to think that thunder in a storm means that the fallen are firing up to go for a ride. All the bikers that have passed gunning their engines, reminding Satan why he fears Heaven in the first place.
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I just saw my buddy Roy's CBR for sale on craigslist(wrecked not repaired).....It was mangled up good. The whole front end of the bike was nearly torn off. I almost wanted to buy it, but something didn't feel right.


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Lost my best friend John "Ratman" Powers to cancer many years ago. Never had the time to make as good a friend since. He had my back and I had his right to the end. I send his family a flower in his memory every Easter and Christmas. Never missed a year. Just came back from visiting them in April and visiting his grave. John rode a 1984 FXRT and a 1945 or 1946 Knuckle. This year marked the 20th anniversary of his death.
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R.I.P.

May he continue watching down on you and his family from way way up above.
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My uncle took a nasty spill, got a chunk of his leg torn off.

Tough S.O.B. though, a few years and lots of therapy later, and he's up and at it again.

Always have to be careful out there.
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Not sure if you folks knew that Pat Taylor (Iamgumby) was killed.
Pat struck a deer while returning from a meeting.

As always, Pat was in full protective gear. Pat was doing what he loved.

Pat was a great man to those who knew him. A public servant his entire life and just a great person to be around.

Pat had a wicked sense of humor and was a joy to be around.

We put a few miles on the road together and Pat was a good rider with above average skills.

A true loss.


The story is available on the Abilene News Paper. I can't post a link.
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Not sure if you folks knew that Pat Taylor (Iamgumby) was killed.
Pat struck a deer while returning from a meeting.

As always, Pat was in full protective gear. Pat was doing what he loved.

Pat was a great man to those who knew him. A public servant his entire life and just a great person to be around.

Pat had a wicked sense of humor and was a joy to be around.

We put a few miles on the road together and Pat was a good rider with above average skills.

A true loss.


The story is available on the Abilene News Paper. I can't post a link.
RIP iamgumby...here is the link http://www.reporternews.com/news/200...nty_jp_killed/
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Forum member and moderator IAMGUMBY passed Thursday morning from a motorcycle crash. Pat was a wonderful, thoughtful, caring person and a lot of people on this forum benefited from the advice he gave us all. Please take this time to say a prayer for his family and for Pat. RIP Gumby you will be greatly missed but never forgotten. Please help to remember him in the fallen riders thread as well as this one.


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What?! **** it this is horrible news.

I don't really know what to say right now. He will be missed. I'll definately ride for him today..
this just sucks!

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Sad news indeed!
He appeared to be a very nice person on this site.
And, a very safe rider. He will be missed.
Prayers sent to him and all those that he left.

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Wow talk about a whack in the face by reality. My condolences to his friends and family.

Don't you mean "IAMGUMBY"? Not trying to be a spelling nazi just making sure its the same person is all.
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Very sobering and suprising news . From his posts here, we seemed like a very conscientious rider.
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Pat was a very conscientious rider, who always geared up and was very safety oriented.


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Man, that sux. Do all you can and get taken out by a doggone dear. I wish his family the best.
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R.I.P Gumby was one of my favorite people on here I will miss him.

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