Survivors of Randolph motorcycle crash react to trial verdict

Some of the motorcyclists who survived the 2019 Randolph crash in which seven motorcyclists were killed say they have more questions than answers after the man accused of causing the crash was found not guilty. Crash survivors Dawn Brindley and Manuel Ribeiro said the not guilty verdict in the trial of Volodymyr Zhukovskyy was not the outcome they were hoping for. They recalled feeling anxious and nervous when they heard a verdict had been reached.”I just had a feeling in my stomach that we were going to get something out of it,” Ribeiro said. “Maybe not the max, but we were going to get something.”It took the jury less than three hours to find Zhukovskyy not guilty of all 15 charges he faced. “Not guilty, not guilty, not guilty — we were in shock,” Ribeiro said. “In total shock.””I thought I was in another nightmare again,” Brindley said. “It all …

Final Rally Tally: Nine new injuries reported near Sturgis Motorcycle Rally; DUIs up, drug arrests down – Mitchell Republic

STURGIS, SD — Nine new injuries were reported in the final day of the annual Rally Tally, as DUI arrests jumped and drug arrests fell across the over week-long event.

Over the course of the nine-day Sturgis Motorcycle Rally, the South Dakota Highway Patrol released daily information on crashes and crime in and around the city of Sturgis.

Known as the Rally Tally, the daily release included information of investigations conducted only by the South Dakota Highway Patrol, and did not include statistics compiled by other organizations, including the Sturgis Police Department and various county sheriff’s offices in the area.

Released at noon MDT on each day of the rally, the information below includes information compiled from 6 am Saturday through 6 am Sunday. This is the final information release of the rally.

One hurt after entering ditch on curve near Sturgis
STURGIS, SD — Shortly before 9 am Saturday,

Mass. man killed in Providence motorcycle crash, police say

A Massachusetts man is dead after he crashed a motorcycle on Interstate 95 in Providence, according to the Rhode Island State Police Department. State police said the crash happened at about 2:35 pm Saturday on I-95 south near the I-195 interchange. Investigators determined that 58-year-old Michael Morrissey, of Sharon, was operating a motorcycle in the high-speed lane on I-95 south when he lost control of his motorcycle just before the I-195 east overpass.According to state police, Morrissey’s motorcycle struck the jersey barrier in the center median and he was thrown from the vehicle. He suffered fatal injuries as a result of the collision. Authorities said no other vehicles were involved in the crash.

A Massachusetts man is dead after he crashed a motorcycle on Interstate 95 in Providence, according to the Rhode Island State Police Department.

State police said the crash happened at about 2:35 pm Saturday

Ryvid Anthem 75 MPH electric motorcycle opens pre-orders in US

Last month we broke the news of the Ryvid Anthem’s unveiling, watching as the designers finally took the innovative electric motorcycle out of stealth mode. Now the novel bike is officially launching with pre-orders opening today.

Compared to most highway-capable electric motorcycles that start well north of $10,000, the Ryvid Anthem is on the affordable end of the spectrum. The bike is now launching at just $7,800.

While that’s still a decent chunk of change over a comparably powerful ICE-powered motorcycle, it is decidedly low-cost in the expensive category of electric motorcycles.

But the Ryvid Anthem isn’t only making waves in the industry for its price. The new bike also comes chock-full of interesting tech and innovative features missing from the electric motorcycle market.

One of the biggest differences between the Ryvid Anthem and other motorcycles on the market is the aircraft style chassis that uses folded sheet metal instead

Kentucky police chase ends with motorcycle, man under vehicle

That chase started over a vehicle registration issue. In Louisville, that’s not enough for police to pursue a vehicle. But, the officers weren’t from Louisville.

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — A man and motorcycle were pinned underneath a police car at the intersection of Phillips Lane and Preston Highway in Louisville on July 12.

The two crashed after the motorcycle driver led police on a chase for more than 45 minutes.

That chase started over a vehicle registration issue. In Louisville, that’s not enough for police to pursue a vehicle. But, the officers behind the wheel were not from Louisville.

“We basically will chase anyone who doesn’t stop,” Shepherdsville Police Chief Rick McCubbin told WHAS11 News.

An arrest citation shows Cory Tucker was driving a motorcycle without a registration plate on West Blue Lick Road in Shepherdsville.

The document also noted, “[The] detective received a recent tip that a W/M (white male)