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Thread: Awareness/wake ride in Illinois today

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    nevada72
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    Awareness/wake ride in Illinois today

    Not sure if this is appropriate to this forum, but I'll give it a whirl. A local rider was killed near Chicago the other day. A group is forming at 5:45 to ride from the courthouse to the wake.

    Here's the link from Sprt Touring -

    http://www.sport-touring.net/forums/...c,39219.0.html

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    BMWRich58
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    Yep thanks.
    News has been spread like wild fire thru the Mo'cycle Community here either word of mouth,Dealers phone calls,friends,internet...

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    What, me worry? GILLY's Avatar
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    PAINTING HER FINGERNAILS!!!
    un believeable
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    nevada72
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gilly View Post
    PAINTING HER FINGERNAILS!!!
    un believeable
    I told my wife about it and she reminded me that we once saw a girl doing the same a while back. She was all over the road.

    I drive quite a bit for work and see all kinds of weirdness on the road - shaving, teeth brushing, eating all kinds of stuff including one woman driving with her knees (presumably) and eating from a bowl of cereal - yes, with a spoon, reading books, maps, magazines, laptops, watching flat screens, all varieties of make-up application, child discipline - usually facing the opposite direction of travel to address the problem in the backseat, and the always popular sex acts.

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    Just got home from the memorial ride in Northern Illinois. I rode down with another woman from the Milw area. I was very impressed with the turnout. My guess was about 200 motorcycles paying tribute. We rode all the way to the funeral home and many of the riders paid their respects to the fallen womans family. It was a very moving event. I'm glad I had the opportunity to participate.

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