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Ohio cyclists encourage motorcycle awareness

Many Ohio motorcyclists are taking part in an effort to increase awareness of cyclists. Along with May being Motorcycle Awareness Month, there is an effort to remind motorists that cyclists will be back on the road after the winter hiatus and to watch out for riders to prevent a motorcycle accident. In Muskingum County county alone, there are around 4,000 motorcycles registered, and there were three fatalities resulting from accidents in 2012 that could have been prevented.The main idea that cyclists want motorists to take away is that they should keep an eye out for people on motorcycles. As their motto states, "Look twice, save a life." According to an American Bikers Aimed Towards Education (ABATE) coordinator, due to the slim construction of motorcycles, people who only glance before pulling out can easily miss seeing them.

Ohio motorcyclist wins claim against DOT for dangerous pothole

In August 2007, an Ohio motorcyclist was thrown from his bike after hitting a pothole on State Route 2. He suffered extensive injuries, some of which caused a permanent disability. He incurred $1.2 million in medical and related expenses and lost $58,000 in wages.

Cincinnati motorcycle cop hospitalized after crash with SUV

On the TV show "Hill Street Blues" one of the main characters offered up a line that proved to have great staying power. It was the unit sergeant who, as a shift was about to begin, said, "Let's be careful out there."

Woman pleads guilty to fatal motorcycle accident in of Cincinnati

police were unsure as to who had hit him because the driver of the vehicle had left the scene of the accident. Within a day, however, a 20-year-old woman from Delhi Township turned herself in and claimed responsibility for hitting the motorcyclist on Interstate 75 near the entrance to Interstate 74 in Cincinnati.

2 injured in Ohio motorcycle crash

Two motorcyclists are recovering after it appears they were hit by a 42-year-old man from Franklin, Ohio. The man seems to have been driving while intoxicated along Dayton Oxford Road as he approached the intersection with Heritage Road in Franklin when he hit a motorcycle in oncoming traffic. The Ohio Highway Patrol reports that the man crossed the center line as he traveled along and hit the eastbound motorcycle.

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