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|08-14-2000 12:52 PM|
Just got back from Florida and saw this post. Like everybody else, I gotta say.....sorry dude.
On the lighter side, you gotta remember......he died doing something he loved.
|08-11-2000 04:42 PM|
Hello, though I've been away for awhile I
wanted to express my deepest regrets on this
tragic event.How could a good guy wearing gear lose his life in a blink,when IDIOTS
in shorts and sandals get away with very stupid SHIT!! It's not right and I for one am pissed off about it.I hope that you will continue to ride and remember all the good times you and Michael had.Let this be a reminder to allways think about the unforseen
and ride smart. May God's grace be with you and all.
Steven Gene Knecht
Steven G. Knecht
1989 RX-7 GTU
|08-11-2000 12:53 PM|
Just came back from a ride up to Mt. Lemon and saw this post, sorry to hear about this terrible loss.
|08-09-2000 07:46 AM|
We have never met, however knowing Michael I know what kind of person you have to be. Micheal has a really good friend in you.
I have exactly 30 years of bike riding experience under my seat and have been from dirt to Harley's. The last 18 years on Harley's.
I went through a similar experience when I was 17, only it was in a sports car, I was driving, speed was involved, and my friend didn't make it.
I know that right now everything is just sort of numb and seemingly surreal. A lot of questions.
I know it warrents a "Yea, yea, yea" response, but the old saying "Time will heal" is true. Please do not blame ANYTHING, especially yourself. Be gentle with yourself, right now you need, YOU. Michael could of been alone up there.
Mike, God had you there for a reason, a good reason, don't let the darkness cloud that.
Be strong my friend, we are here, right behind God.
The freedom to choose, intelligently.
|08-08-2000 10:12 PM|
Oh, I am so sorry to hear of this... what a tragic loss... accidents do happen and sometimes the worst comes out of them... I know in time you will feel better, but your feelings now are truly understandable. The loss of someone we love is very hard to comprehend, and I hope you heal well from this. you and his family and friends are in prayers...
1999 Kawasaki Ninja ZX-6R, 4,100 miles, Vance and Hines Titanium slip on, synthetics, more to come soon!!!
1988 Mustang GT
|08-08-2000 02:38 PM|
My sincerest condolences. I am so sorry for your loss of a very dear friend and his family. This hit me very hard specially when i have met both of you guys. If there is anything i could do please let me know.
"I'm like the village bicycle, everyone has had a ride"
|08-08-2000 05:23 AM|
I am truely sorry for your loss and that of Michael's family. It is very uplifting to see the support of everyone on this board. We laugh and joke together and share experiences that bond us together as this wonderful thing--the motorcycle community. During this time of tragedy, we also mourn together for the death of one of our own.
You and Michael are in our thoughts through this difficult time. Read this link when you get a chance, maybe you'll feel a little comfort in it's words.
Best wishes and sincerest condolences. http://220.127.116.11/index/features/motorst.htm
|08-08-2000 03:13 AM|
As with everyone else, I'm truly sorry for this tragic loss and my thoughts and prayers are with you and his family. Please be sure to take time for yourself in this time of grief as it is easy to get wrapped up worrying about others. You have suffered a great loss and I'm sure you are still in shock yourself. This is my first posting to Sportbike world as your post was copied onto esportbike and I saw that this was a tight community that I would be happy to be a part of. Take care of yourself and remember that there is no shortage of people who are here for you in any capacity we can be.
|08-08-2000 02:03 AM|
I am very sorry to hear about your loss. My condolences to you and his family.
|08-07-2000 11:53 PM|
im sorry to hear the news, seems like this has been happening all too often,i only hear of the ones posted on the board, hang in there mike, time will help you heal. I hope that these tragedies are a constant reminder to the dangers of motorcycle riding. I ride pretty fast and risky myself, but i along with everyone else must always keep themselves in check....we're all with you, micheal and his family.
jos F theGoldenboy
where da girls at?
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