Motorcycling Kills -in so many different ways-

September 13, 2008 by


Evan Tanner an American wrestling champion died from heat exhaustion after his motorcycle ran out of petrol in the Californian desert.
His body was found by a police helicopter miles from his bike, after his motorcycle had run out of fuel.
Police said Tanner ventured away from his bike in 48ºC+ temperatures, it appears he succumbed to the intense desert heat.
Tanner was an Ultimate Fighting Championship middleweight champion and a United States Wrestling Federation heavyweight champion.

  • http://www.lone-rangeress.blogspot.com lone.rangeress.63

    …but isn’t the thrill worth the ride?

  • http://theadrenalinefix.com Adrenaline

    Ur asking someone that spent a year in hospital, another year or so in rehab, had 14 surgeries and still riding like it never happened.
    Oh and there is a place for 3 more surgeries if i decide to fix myself a bit more.

    Was that a good answer?

  • http://www.amuq8.blogspot.com Amu

    Adrenaline ….. you serious??? you went through all that and you are still riding!! dude……… I am impressed and shocked :S

  • http://theadrenalinefix.com Adrenaline

    This should reminds you to never take chances with speeds over 260km, unless ur on a race track ;-)

  • http://www.amuq8.blogspot.com Amu

    Wallah yesterday when i went up to 220km and after i reached home I was thinking WTH was I doing on that speed..its too high and dangerous…

  • http://www.lone-rangeress.blogspot.com lone.rangeress.63

    that’ll do..

    keep enjoying it, afterall we only live once…

  • http://theadrenalinefix.com Adrenaline

    You should try 330km -this was my max- but not at night