Saturday, September 05, 2020

Show-Me First Kansas City Motorcycle Fatality After Missouri Helmet Law Eliminated

Just a friendly reminder to FILL OUT YOUR ORGAN DONOR CARD so that others might benefit from local gearheads enjoying all of that freedom on the pavement of local streets . . . Read more:

Motorcyclist killed in Friday night crash, first fatality after change in Missouri helmet law

Kansas City, Missouri police say the city has logged its first fatal motorcycle crash since the the state eased helmet laws on Aug. 28.The crash happened Friday night just after 8:30 p.m. on the northbound Cookingham ramp to northbound I-435.

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

If he drove off of the road and into a ditch at 45mph or faster a helmet wasn’t going to save his ass, the only thing that would have saved him was not buying a motorcycle to begin with. Next thing you know kmbc will demand that motorcycles be banned because they’re “dangerous” effing idiot liberal news.

Anonymous said...

Nah, it's all a plot by the Left to cut down on the number of Harley riding Trump supporters!

George Soros bribed the Republican Legislators/Hookers whose votes are always on sale in Jefferson City.

Anonymous said...

Helmets don’t do shit if a drunk driver or that dipshit karen who’s time is more important than you hits you.

If you survive a motorcycle accident it’s more than likely the helmet didn’t save you.


Anonymous said...

Ride free, brother. Buy a Donor Cycle and drive real fast.

Anonymous said...


keep the helmets off, goobers! Less Harley D-Bags making a pointless racket..

Anonymous said...

By the logic of this article, since I know two people that died WITH helmets, it's clearly the helmets fault, not the dipshits that ran into the riders. Fvcking liberal illogic.

Anonymous said...

Have been down and recalled my helmet "bouncing" off the street. Minor injuries, but no head trauma. Glad I wore it. If you ride, you will go down at some point. Up to the rider.

Anonymous said...

I rode for years. Bought a new Suzuki 850. Was riding and looked at the gauges for 2 seconds and then looked up and found myself going almost off the road onto the median. I was only going 60 mph. Promptly sold the bike. Dont ride anymore. A helmet's only useful if you want a open casket funeral. With distracted drivers, its suicide to ride a bike. Sooner or later...

Anonymous said...

I came from a land of smooth curvy roads with few drives off them. Riding hard was da wae. Here I tried to find places to get in to it, nadda. The land of interstate highways, distracted driving, and shitty roads

Anonymous said...

Most motorcyclist die in curves and most motorcycle crashes are single vehicle. Those on ramps, if you’re trying to be a hot rod and take it to fast, will get you because some tighten up as you get on the interstate. If you aren’t careful you’ll panic brake and stand the bike up and run right off the road.

If you want to go fast, topeka hosts track days. Much much safer.