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James Stoehr http://www.jamesstoehr.com died riding up by flagstaff friday. Alot of the longtime arizona riders know him and everyone liked him.

For details check
http://pub34.ezboard.com/fazbusasfrm1.showMessage?topicID=4968.topic

He will be missed by everyone he ever met.

If your in Arizona we are setting up a memorial ride for him.


I want to give everyone time to clear there shedules so that everyone can be there.

Sunday July 21 at 6:45 am and leave exactly at 7am

Meet at the gas station on the south east side of I-17 and Dear Valley rd.

Ride up through Wickenburg and up Yarnell. Stop at the James's favorite restraunt at the top of the hill.

Then Ride through the Spars, Prescott, and into Jerome and stop at the spirit room to toast him.

At that point if some need to leave then they can feel free, if others want to continue to ride James's favorite roads we will do that.

I would also like to see if we can get donations from those that can afford it and present a donation to a Motorcycle Safety Awareness organization in his name since he was always an advocate of Motorcycle safety.

Please pass this around so that everyone who knew him can attend. Check other boards as well. Also tell those that didnt know him about it since anyone who road was a friend of his.


He was a true friend to all riders and one of the greatest people you could ever meet. We will miss him.

 

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James Stoehr http://www.jamesstoehr.com died riding up by flagstaff friday. Alot of the longtime arizona riders know him and everyone liked him.

For details check
http://pub34.ezboard.com/fazbusasfrm1.showMessage?topicID=4968.topic

He will be missed by everyone he ever met.

If your in Arizona we are setting up a memorial ride for him.


I want to give everyone time to clear there shedules so that everyone can be there.

Sunday July 21 at 6:45 am and leave exactly at 7am

Meet at the gas station on the south east side of I-17 and Dear Valley rd.

Ride up through Wickenburg and up Yarnell. Stop at the James's favorite restraunt at the top of the hill.

Then Ride through the Spars, Prescott, and into Jerome and stop at the spirit room to toast him.

At that point if some need to leave then they can feel free, if others want to continue to ride James's favorite roads we will do that.

I would also like to see if we can get donations from those that can afford it and present a donation to a Motorcycle Safety Awareness organization in his name since he was always an advocate of Motorcycle safety.

Please pass this around so that everyone who knew him can attend. Check other boards as well. Also tell those that didnt know him about it since anyone who road was a friend of his.


He was a true friend to all riders and one of the greatest people you could ever meet. We will miss him.


I just heard of James's passing a few hours ago, myself and was deeped sadded by the news. I rode with James on sereral occasions and considered him my friend. I will attend memorial ride. Below are a few links with photos of James from our rides together.

http://members.cox.net/bigrex/James_Gerome.jpg
http://members.cox.net/bigrex/James_VTR.jpg
http://members.cox.net/bigrex/James&SO.jpg

http://members.cox.net/bigrex/James_SuperHawk.jpg
Finally, James last bike (above)

God Speed James to the land of never ending twisties.
 

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I would like to say that I'm very sorry to hear about James. I don't think I knew him, but I do know what it's like to loose an extremly close riding partner, and member of a group. It always makes me sad to hear these kind of things. As it always re-opens my own personal wounds. R.I.P. James

Chris
 

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I look forward to seeing as many of you out there as can make it.

Robert- I look forward to riding with you again, it has been a long time.
 
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