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    Sweep the leg!
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    Dammit, Rider down.

    Bicyclist killed near spot where husband died | News - Channel3000.com

    I knew Gregg and I don't know what to say about Tammy now.
    Authorities speculate that speed may have been a factor. They are also holding gravity and inertia for questioning.

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    Suckin wind like a boss
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    wow, that sucks
    If you arent bleeding, you arent riding hard enough.
    http://about.me/bigterry

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    That's just sad. RIP to both of them.

    Be careful out there especially this weekend everyone.

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    Also

    NBC4 is reporting a guilty verdict in the hit and run of triathlete here in the DC area.


    How can you not know that you hit a person with your car.

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    see me rollin, they hatin
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    not that it matters, but was it a busy city setting or more rural? i get really nervous riding in traffic...i hate it. Thats why i stick to more rural roads, and try to stay within the shoulder. I feel safer within the white line, but i guess thats not a guarantee that a driver wont stray.
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    Horrible. RIP

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    clown question, bro
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    Quote Originally Posted by NicoleB28 View Post
    not that it matters, but was it a busy city setting or more rural? i get really nervous riding in traffic...i hate it. Thats why i stick to more rural roads, and try to stay within the shoulder. I feel safer within the white line, but i guess thats not a guarantee that a driver wont stray.
    That's a pretty rural area (from what I remember). It's only 20 miles-ish from my house but I can't say I get out that way ever.

    Sucks though.
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