Get On! Motorcycle Festival Welcomes Top Manufacturers & Teases the World-Premiere of a New Bike Model | State

PHILADELPHIA, April 14, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — RevZilla, Cycle Gear, J&P Cycles and REVER are excited to offer visitors one-of-a-kind experiences with top motorcycle manufacturers and exclusive product premieres at the inaugural Get On! Moto Fest in Dallas from May 21 – 23, 2021. These top retailers and ride app will join forces with other respected industry giants like BMW, Kawasaki, Indian and Volcon, for a weekend of hands-on demos, experiences designed for riders of all levels—and those who have a newfound curiosity that’s worth exploring.

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Motorcycle operator killed in Ludlow after bike hits pole, catches fire

LUDLOW — A motorcycle operator was killed after crashing into a utility pole Saturday night.

The bike burst into flames after the collision that occurred at about 10:20 p.m. on Miller Street near the intersection of Maria’s Way, Police Chief Daniel Valadas said.

When Ludlow Police responded to multiple reports of the crash, they found the bike engulfed in flames. Some officers immediately provided first aid to the operator while others worked to extinguish the flames, he said.

“I would like to commend all responding officers for their efforts at the scene of the crash, especially the off-duty Pelham Police Officer who assisted us,” Valadas said. “The first responding officers performed exemplary service by desperately trying to aid the operator. This was an extremely delicate situation as our officers had the added danger of working around potentially live wires and they did a great job in their response efforts.”


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Six killed in motorcycle-related accidents during Daytona Bike Week

Six people died in accidents involving motorcycles during Bike Week, authorities said.

Also, many bikers suffered serious injuries and were taken as trauma alerts to Halifax Health Medial Center, officials said.

In addition to the six deaths, Bike Week this year, March 5-14 saw multiple motorcycle riders seriously injured in accidents.

Injury and trauma-case figures were not yet available Tuesday morning, but Halifax Health Medical Center spokesman John Guthrie said: “It may be a record-breaking week, unfortunately.”

The fifth Bike Week death occurred in Daytona Beach at 5:27 a.m. on Sunday, the last day of the event. The victim was a 39-year-old woman from Seabrook, New Hampshire, said Daytona Beach police spokesman Messod Bendayan.

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Seabrook woman dies in Daytona Beach Bike Week crash | Public Safety

A Seabrook woman was killed Sunday in a motorcycle crash during Daytona’s 80th Bike Week in Daytona Beach, Fla., officials said.

Daytona Beach police responded to the crash on International Speedway Boulevard and U.S. Route 92 around 5:27 a.m. Sunday.

According to Daytona Beach Public Information Officer Messod Bendayan, a 2000 Toyota RAV4 and a 2013 Harley Davidson Softail motorcycle were involved in the crash.

Bendayan said the RAV4 and the motorcycle were on the far right outside lane heading east when the Toyota hit the back of the motorcycle and the woman, identified as Kelly A. Surette, 39, of Seabrook, and the 18-year-old driver of the bike were both knocked off the motorcycle.

Police said Surette died at the scene after landing on the road, while the driver of the motorcycle — a resident of Durand, Ill. — was transported to Halifax Health Medical Center with non-life threatening injuries.

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