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R.i.p Amir Elkhechen
07-20-2013, 07:34 AM
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R.i.p Amir Elkhechen
Not sure if anyone knew Amir, he passed july 15th. Hit the side of a car on his 636. Its a shot in the dark, if anything awareness of the loyalty in the L.V bike sceen. I knew Amir and at his candle lighting on thursday night, we all were sharing stories/memorys of this Young awesome person. When i wanna say 30-40 street bikes drive up the street in a pack(respectfully quiet) , park and walk up to the circle and listen to the stories. They hung around untill right before it ended, i just wanted too say that was incredible, Amir loved riding and im sure he would have appricated that gester those riders made. Four of my personal day to day friends stayed behind till the service was complete, and i went and gave each one of them a hug, went to tell them "ride safe guys" well i broke down mid sentence. I hope that everyone rides safely. If anyone was there or knew about it please comment. Everyone eles too!
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07-20-2013, 07:47 AM
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RE: R.i.p Amir Elkhechen
My condolences to the family and friends of this rider.

It never ceases to amaze me that amount of support and caring people in the moto world when someone goes down.

I am not sure that anyone on here has ridden with amir and if so I hope that they can chime in!

Rest in peace Amir!!

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