RIP 14yr. old girl.
How can you even say this? The kid was 16. Most places don't even let you ride until 16. How much skill could POSSIBLY have? And he couldn't have been THAT skilled... he hit a curb!WheelieboyChris said:I'm sorry but how can you put a time frame on some ones riding ability? It’s a skill some people have it, some people get it and some people never get it.
WheelieboyChris said:I'm sorry but how can you put a time frame on some ones riding ability? It’s a skill some people have it, some people get it and some people never get it.
I was thinking the same thing...trayfoe said:Well with his intraweb slang and picture I think he was just a dumbshit who though having a bike will get you all the girls because thats what bikes are about to most people.
Quote from him:
i am turning 17 in august ok
and the bike is mine for all those out der dat tink its not and are gay and jealous i bought it off a guy on this site (Duane_GSX-R) i worked my ass off for it and now im goin to enjoy it suckers
How did he purchase, register and license the vehicle without the parents knowing? Given this information, I would hope the little girl's parents sue him and his family for wrongful death. It won't appeas the pain of the family and bring their daughter back but I'm quite sure that if this kid hid the purchase from his parents, he probably wasn't insured. He probably didn't have a license. In either of those cases, he needs to incur punitive damages for his negligence.SportyChick said:Supposedly his parents didn't know he had the bike.
Kick ass. That gets a big +1 from me.Ohhh well thats why SBN is now 18 years or older for new registrations.
I can't hardly read the nonsense posted on that board as its broken English is severely broken.Im glad she died. It lowers my odds of dying ever so slightly.
The rest of the world would be so fortunate. His actions resulted in the loss of life. He shouldn't be shielded from the horrors and emotional trauma this may beset him. The girl's family certainly isn't free of it.hes been asking about her and we tell him we dont know. this is the last thing i want him to think. but i can see it in his eyes when he looks at me that he dosent belive me he knows i know something but i wont tell him. he has tears in his eyes every time he wakes and asks about her. my brother is going through alot right now and this is something i dont want him think about, this is gonna kill him.
I wasn't talking about the kid that hit the curb. I was asking Ca$h how he could put a time frame on riding ability.tiepilot1138 said:How can you even say this? The kid was 16. Most places don't even let you ride until 16. How much skill could POSSIBLY have? And he couldn't have been THAT skilled... he hit a curb!
Well Steve if you don't see the point of this thread then you're missing a huge part. There are a number of things from this accident that shouldn't be ignored:SMFCPACFP said:I am not sure what the point of this thread is. Someone get killed on a motorcycle every day. It isn't news, or news worthy. Whether you have a helmet on, or not, whether it fits, or not, hitting blunt objects squarely with your head, mounted on your little neck will kill you, every time. Does anyone doubt this?