Comments for: Eliot man injured in NH motorcycle crash

Posted Aug. 10, 2012, at 10:43 a.m.

NEWINGTON, N.H. — A motorcycle rider from Eliot, Maine, was injured Thursday in a crash with a truck outside the entrance of the Fox Run Mall. According to Newington police, 42-year-old Eric Hardy suffered a head injury in the 12:32 p.m. collision. The severity of his injuries is unknown, although …

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  • LOUD PIPES SAVES LIVES!

    when will youse people learned!?!??

    legalize pot TWO!  it is only a plant stupids!

    • Anonymous

      Sounds like you are already smoking the stuff. Chill.
      Learn to spell, too.

  • Anonymous

    LOUD PIPE MODIFICATIONS INCREASE RISKS-two great studies from two different centuries agree.

     “the most comprehensive motorcycle safety study of the 21th century.” 
    921 on-scene, in-depth motorcycle accident investigations has produced data that only conventional modified street motorcycles, (like those with loud custom pipes) were found to be over-represented in the accident data.  There was no evidence of an increased risk associated with riding any other type of motorcycle.   -Acem’s M.A.I.D.S. 

     “the most comprehensive motorcycle safety study of the 20th century.”
    HURT Report Conclusions,  approximately 3/4 of accidents included modified motorcycles, like those associate with choppers and cafe bikes  (modifications include those with custom pipes)

    The Truth is out
    LESS NOISE=LESS ACCIDENT RISKS

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