Report: Spring Grove man killed in Md...

Report: Spring Grove man killed in Md. motorcycle crash

There are 13 comments on the The York Daily Record story from Mar 2, 2011, titled Report: Spring Grove man killed in Md. motorcycle crash. In it, The York Daily Record reports that:

A Spring Grove man was killed in a motorcycle crash Tuesday in Maryland, The Sun reported.

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Armadillo

Harrisburg, PA

#3 Mar 3, 2011
Darwin was right
Appalled

Gettysburg, PA

#4 Mar 3, 2011
Splat wrote:
Let the Spring organ harvesting begin!
What is wrong with you? This man had a family and friends and you have the nerve to post something so stupid. Just remember - Karma's a b**tch!
Hate Stupid

Gettysburg, PA

#5 Mar 3, 2011
Armadillo wrote:
Darwin was right
I think he was right about you. You must be stupid to make a comment like this about a dead man. I hope nothing ever happens to you that someone can make a stupid comment on for your family and friends to read. You must really hate life to be so hateful!
Not Smart

Washington, DC

#6 Mar 3, 2011
I ride a lot, all over the country (with a helmet reagrdless of the law), and it still confuses me how people riding in a state where a required helmet law applies, still do not wear them. I would guess the bike has minimal damage and if he would have taken the time to protect himself, he would be injured maybe, but alive. I will not even get into why he managed to ride into a parked car in a parking lot, but I would be willing to lay money experience on his bike played a part as well.

That being said, I stand behind the PA No Helmet Law. If you wish to remain, unprotected, that is your business, but in this case, I wish the man would have used better judgement. He most likely would have saved his life and his family a lot of grief.
A friend

Philadelphia, PA

#7 Mar 3, 2011
All,
I’m a friend of the deceased. This was a freak accident that took place in a parking lot while checking out a newly purchased motorcycle – something that anyone who rides has done many times before. As the report mentioned, it appears there was a mechanical issue that caused the bike to go out of control, and as seeing as how he was an accomplished rider and racer (the best I’ve ridden with on and off the track) that’s the only thing that would make sense. This very unfortunate accident is a shock to us all and he’ll be sorely missed.
road rash

Woodland Hills, CA

#8 Mar 3, 2011
Guess the groundhog was right. Spring is early this year.
Dumkoff

Red Lion, PA

#9 Mar 3, 2011
Appalled wrote:
<quoted text>
What is wrong with you? This man had a family and friends and you have the nerve to post something so stupid. Just remember - Karma's a b**tch!
Well he had the nerve to ride without a helmet!
Who hurt the family more?
Karma was a bitch for him and now his family
suffers because of his foolish need to have the
fresh blowing on his head. Selfishness indeed!
a friend and former class

Hanover, PA

#10 Mar 3, 2011
Stacey was a wonderful person and a great racer he made a terrible mistake his gf and family are the ones suffering from this mistake i am sure everyone has made a dumb mistake in their lives i cant beleive people would make terrible comments about someone they dont even know
Robert E lee

Raleigh, NC

#11 Mar 3, 2011
Well, if our big greedy government has been wearing a hell-ment all these past few years, would we be broke now? There must have been something wronge with the bike and folks, no helmet would have saved him on this one, i would guess.
Fred

York, PA

#12 Mar 3, 2011
A friend wrote:
All,
I’m a friend of the deceased. This was a freak accident that took place in a parking lot while checking out a newly purchased motorcycle – something that anyone who rides has done many times before. As the report mentioned, it appears there was a mechanical issue that caused the bike to go out of control, and as seeing as how he was an accomplished rider and racer (the best I’ve ridden with on and off the track) that’s the only thing that would make sense. This very unfortunate accident is a shock to us all and he’ll be sorely missed.
Do you know if they are selling the bike for parts?
Mr Final Word

Stewartstown, PA

#13 Mar 3, 2011
So how did the bike malfunction? It had to have something to do with SPEED, right? Was the throttle stuck open? If so, why didn't he just turn the ignition off if he was as experienced as everyone is saying? WHY?
wtf

York, PA

#14 Mar 3, 2011
Mr Final Word wrote:
So how did the bike malfunction? It had to have something to do with SPEED, right? Was the throttle stuck open? If so, why didn't he just turn the ignition off if he was as experienced as everyone is saying? WHY?
You don't ride do you?
wtf

York, PA

#15 Mar 3, 2011
a friend and former class wrote:
Stacey was a wonderful person and a great racer he made a terrible mistake his gf and family are the ones suffering from this mistake i am sure everyone has made a dumb mistake in their lives i cant beleive people would make terrible comments about someone they dont even know
I'm sorry for the loss of your friend. However, don't come here and expect decorum. You will be sadly at a loss to find it. I'm actually surprised the posts haven't been worse. It is early tho'.

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