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Had some sad news today.

Discussion in 'Motors' started by DreXeL, 1 Jun 2006.

  1. DreXeL

    Man of Honour

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    Location: Cotswolds

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    He regularly came to our Jap-car meets on his stunning ZX10r, and I today learned that he was killed in a accident on his bike.

    Tommy was a genuinely nice bloke, and not afraid to show us ricers how quick a crotch-rocket really is.

    I'm truly shocked, this kind of thing always makes you think :(

    RIP mate :(
     
  2. Mic

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    RIP. :(

    Its a great photo though.
     
  3. [TW]Fox

    Man of Honour

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    That really is terrible news :( I feel for the guy, RIP :(

    The only good thing is that at least he went doing something he loved :(
     
  4. iCraig

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    There's a time and place dude, don't be an ass.

    Awful news :(

    That is a fantastic photo, captures what you all loved doing together and him being surrounded by his friends. :)
     
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  5. Coco

    Wise Guy

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    Sorry to hear about this :( RIP dude.
    Great photo.
     
  6. Spanker

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    RIP. Photo of him is cool :(
     
  7. Worthy

    Don

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    Location: Manchester

    It's always sad when this kind of thing happens. RIP matey.

    Lovely photo though.
     
  8. Hilly

    Don

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    Location: Telford, Shropshire

    RIP buddy, even though he was only on two wheels, he surely would of been part of the 4 wheeled club. Any motor enthusiast is sorely lost in these times of MPG, Taxes, and Greener motors.

    He's in a better place for sure
     
  9. Mickey_D

    Soldato

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    Location: Gone......

    As said before, at least he went doing something he loved.

    Condolences to those he left behind.
     
  10. volospian

    Mobster

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    Location: between Blandford Street and Mars

    Cool photo, shame about the guy though. Sometimes life just sucks!
     
  11. thelankymatt

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    RIP :(

    Better to go doing something you love than to have never tried!
     
  12. Jez

    Caporegime

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    This is another reason why i have talked myself out of getting a bike, they are undeniably awesome, but look at what they do so easily :(
     
  13. mr jamez

    Hitman

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    Some trolls really do steep pretty low, nobody cares what you think of bikes.

    RIP.
     
  14. TaKeN

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    R.I.P Dude
     
  15. Spamalot

    Soldato

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    :( very sad, motor bikes can be so dangerous (driver fault or not). My thoughts are with his family and friends (you inculded).
     
  16. TaKeN

    Capodecina

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    Dude please give up, this is a thread about a biker who lost his life, Some people here knew him, and you just come in saying that all people who ride bikes die, and then start calling everyone tards.

    Show some respect ffs.

    Once again, R.I.P Tommy :(


    EDIT : Aimed At Lithium
     
  17. Joe T

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    Damn. :(

    Thoughts to those he left behind.
     
  18. wsurfa

    Hitman

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    Location: Surrey

    RIP - Great photo - I've always enjoyed thrashing my 1100 when I get the chance, and I'm glad he enjoyed his bike.


    Many things increase your chance of dying, the vast majority of us choose not to say 'it's his/her fault' at the first opportunity. I would suggest you apologise for your intemperate, and frankly immature comments.
     
  19. Mr Joshua

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    I'd love to have a bike but I realise how fragile and exposed you are on them, the one reason I won't be getting one.
     
  20. DreXeL

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    Lithium: Please start another thread if you want to make comments like the ones you have posted in here. Like you have been told, there is a time and a place.

    Thank you.