Wednesday, August 23, 2006

Live Fast, Die Middle-Aged

Fifty-five-year-old Larry Grodsky, the best-known motorcycle safety expert in the United States, was killed instantly on April 8 when his motorcycle collided with a deer on a deserted West Texas highway. Grodsky, who wrote for Rider magazine and who ran several riding schools, was traveling back from the International Motorcycle Safety Conference.

His most recent article in Rider magazine, published posthumously, described how it should feel to brake properly under emergency situations.

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