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    not that i'm aware of through either dorba or the peeps i know in DFW.

    chances are the autopsy report won't be release for a while yet. will update as info becomes available.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bamwa View Post
    Hey Monogod, is there any update on the cause of death? I've kind of been looking a little online and on Tarrant County Coroners but have not seen any autopsy results.
    Any Dallas FW folks in the know?
    you wont likely find anything soon, official reports arent usually released until complete, and toxicology can take months
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    Quote Originally Posted by keithrad View Post
    I doubt any of us ever consider the possibility of dying when we are heading out for a ride... I know that's the furthest thing from my mind.
    I guess it just depends on where and how you ride. Here in Sedona, and where I used to live, just outside of Zion National Park in Southwestern Utah; many of the trails that we ride are narrow and technical, and often along the edge of cliffs with significant exposure. And most any place where you can gain some significant speed, the trail is likely to weave between large boulders, trees, and agave plants that are as pointy as needles on the tips, sturdy enough to go right through you, barbed along both edges of their stiff, blade-like "leaves", and have a blood-letting trough running the entire length, like some old-school sword blade. I fully accept the fact that I or someone I am riding with may die on any given ride.
    If more people rode more bikes, more places, more often, the world would be a more better place!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bamwa View Post
    Hey Monogod, is there any update on the cause of death? I've kind of been looking a little online and on Tarrant County Coroners but have not seen any autopsy results.
    Any Dallas FW folks in the know?
    cause of death: "mixed drug intoxication (methamphetamine, cocaine and GHB)."
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    What????? You gotta be kidding me. Link?
    Keep trying to do the awesomest thing you've ever done.

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    Whoa! He had all of that in his system while riding? What a cocktail...

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    Quote Originally Posted by bamwa View Post
    What????? You gotta be kidding me. Link?
    Medical Examiner Public Access
    type "1408427" into the case # box.

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    Kids, this is why we only take 1 drug at a time...

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    Wow that really changes things! People are blaming the other riders in the group when really he was whacked out on drugs.

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    Its interesting to now know the toxicology and go back and re-read the thread.. someone posted a quote from someone he was riding with, saying he the guy was out partying real late the night prior...
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    All that in his system and mountain biking. Talk about speeding up the effects.
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    Missing Mountain Biker

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    Maybe it's time for us in the cheap seats to hush up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fiskare View Post
    Maybe it's time for us in the cheap seats to hush up.
    x2. Regardless of life choices one makes, a human, and fellow mtb'r died while riding.
    "The most expensive bike in the work is still cheaper than the cheapest by-pass surgery in the world.

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