Motorcycle ‘ghost rides’ 200 yards after rider falls off it.

July 6, 2022

Motorcycle ‘ghost rides’ 200 yards after rider falls off it.

GOLDEN TOWNSHIP — A 22-year-old Lansing man was transported by Life EMS to Trinity Health Hospital in Muskegon for injuries sustained in a motorcycle crash Sunday afternoon, July 3, on 34th Avenue near Taylor Road, according to an Oceana County Sheriff’s Office accident report.

“The driver advised that he was north on 34th and missed his foot pegs with his feet,” the report’s narrative states. “Driver advised he fell from the vehicle after his feet made contact with the asphalt. The motorcycle ghost rode after the driver fell from the vehicle and continued approximately 200 yards until it crossed the centerline and crashed southwest of the intersection of Taylor Road and 34th Avenue.”

The man was riding a 2004 Kawasaki ZX636. He was wearing a helmet, the report states. 

Alcohol and drugs were not factors in the crash, but speed was, according to the report.

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