I wonder what the reasons are?

Discussion in 'General 1000RR Discussion' started by T.C, Oct 11, 2018 at 4:17 PM.

  1. T.C

    T.C Well-Known Member

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  2. auag

    auag Active Member

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    I would always start from the assumption the cyclist or motorcyclist was innocent but it's hard to defend the actions of Hayden. Riding any bike on the road while listening to music is not illegal but really stupid.
    If the facts were correctly reported then it's unbelievably tragic and driver shouldn't have been speeding but Hayden was rolling the dice.
     
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  3. Spygoat

    Spygoat New Member

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    Such a shame, all of this.
     
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    What if it had been a car that ran the stop sign and a motorcyclist was doing 43 instead of 30mph that hit into the car and been killed? We wouldn't expect the speed of the motorcyclist to stop the car driver being prosecuted.

    Stop signs are there for a reason, don't treat them as a give way. As an American, you'd expect him to be very good with stop signs, they have shit loads over there.

    I don't see any issue with the car drivers punishment being reduced. It was running the stop sign that's killed him.
     

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