Motorcycles can be great. You get to feel the sun on your back, the wind in your hair and the joys of the open road. But, as most motorcyclists know, motorcycles can also be dangerous. Even though the only make … Continued
Four months after a driver killed Jacky “ZZ” Johnston in a hit-and-run wreck, the Texas DPS has issued an arrest warrant for Eduardo Viramontes. Viramontes rear-ended ZZ early in the morning of April 2, 2012 and dragged the motorcycle for … Continued
Last week, the Republic of Texas motorcycle rally brought thousands of bikers and admirers to Travis County. As a result, the Austin Police Department deemed the weekend a “no refusal” period, during which police could attain almost automatic warrants for … Continued
The “No Refusal” weekend netted the Austin Police Department 37 DWI (driving while intoxicated) arrests during this past weekend’s 17th annual ROT Rally festival.
Police are implementing a “no-refusal” weekend for Friday and Saturday because of Austin’s Republic of Texas Biker Rally, which is expected to bring 40,000 motorcyclists to the city. Both Austinites and bikers will be subject to the policy, which gives … Continued
There are more than 961,000 licensed motorcyclists in the state of Texas and this month the Department of Public Safety and the McMinn Law Firm want to remind drivers to be mindful of them when they are out on the … Continued
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The popular ROT Biker Rally, or Republic of Texas Biker Rally, here in Austin, Texas, is the biggest motorcycle rally in the state of Texas and attracts motorcyclists from all over the nation.
In my experience, people who are involved in motorcycle accidents experience far greater injuries than those sustained in regular car accidents. In 2007 there were 375 motorcyclists killed in the state of Texas, of those 60 percent were not wearing a helmet.