Rider Injured In Motorcycle Collision On Front St.

February 5, 2013

At approximately 11.45am this morning [Feb 5] there was a collision on Front Street, by the junction with King Street. The bike rider — a young male — was injured and being assisted by people on the scene. He did not appear to have sustained serious injuries.

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  1. starlove says:


  2. Triangle Drifter says:

    Big pink bus 1. Little cyclist 0.

  3. Stop Complaining for 1 Second says:

    Looks like a case of the third lane to me.

  4. Islander says:

    Why is the bus over that far, I could understand if it were coming down King Street to Front Street and making the right turn and maybe the bike clipping the bus, as sometimes drivers do stick the bus out onto the west bound lane.

  5. Islander says:

    I looked closer at the pictures – it is exactly as I thought – pulling out from King Street onto Front Street could have been the Driver was expecting the rider to giveway. I trust the rider is okay.

  6. Just us says:

    Looks to me like the pink elephant shot out without looking both ways, like they always do at that junction… Its not like they can’t see, for crying out loud. Their practically almost sitting on the front bumper…

  7. irritated person says:

    I do not understand why people comment when they do not know what they are talking about and start assuming things.The rider was not riding in the third lane he was casually riding out of town and the bus just pulled out in front of him.

  8. What if a line of five cars had stopped to give way to this bus. And as so many stupid riders do overtake the five cars and collide with the bus or what ever vehicle is entering the main road. Got news for you motorcyclists. You don’t have a right to overtake a line of stopped vehicles and strike a vehicle entering the road.. Even though the police may come along and say you are in the right. The police doesn’t feel your pain. Nor will he or she be laying in your coffin. So I would like to ask all of Bermuda to slow down. Especially you all on the motorcycles because no is going to feel your pain but you.