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Motorcycle Racing

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  • Rosedale man, 37, killed after motorcycle hits guard rail

    A Rosedale man died Friday after his motorcycle hit a guard rail on Route 702 near I-695. Daniel Bowles, 37, was driving south at a high rate of speed on Route 702, also known as Southeastern Boulevard, when he left the roadway shortly after 11 p.m....
  • Motorcycle, cars in two fatal crashes in Balto. Co.

    A Philadelphia man was killed early Saturday when he was thrown from his motorcycle in Chase. Cpl. John Wachter, of the county police, said Fred Sturgill, 57, of Philadelphia, was driving his motorcycle shortly after midnight on Graces Quarters Road near...
  • St. Joseph teacher is tickled pink at students' efforts to fight hunger

    Every Thursday, students and faculty of St. Joseph School, Cockeysville, make either peanut butter and jelly or cheese sandwiches to donate to Our Daily Bread. There is a crew of middle school students who come to school early on Thursday mornings to make...
  • Arenacross champ Tyler Bowers is revved up for 1st Mariner Arena event

    Arenacross champ Tyler Bowers is revved up for 1<sup>s</sup><sup>t</sup> Mariner Arena event
    Dirt-bike racing has cost Tyler Bowers two broken legs, more than 10 broken fingers (he's broken each finger in both hands at least once), a collapsed lung, a lacerated spleen and so many concussions that he's lost track. Is this a great life or what?...
  • Arenacross champ Tyler Bowers is revved up for 1st Mariner Arena event

    Dirt-bike racing has cost Tyler Bowers two broken legs, more than 10 broken fingers (he's broken each finger in both hands at least once), a collapsed lung, a lacerated spleen and so many concussions that he's lost track. Is this a great life or what?...
  • Baltimore native faces motocross dream at Budds Creek National

    Two years ago, doctors described Josh Stein's shoulder injury , which he originally treated with endless amounts of ibuprofen , as one of the worst they had ever seen. Stein has seven screws and a plate in his left collarbone. Coupled with 11 broken...
  • Staying on track in Timonium's fast lane

    Staying on track in Timonium's fast lane
    Riders of all ages, shapes and sizes — and their machines of the same description — zoomed around the Cow Palace at the State Fairgrounds in Timonium on Saturday, Dec. 10, for the first of two nights of short track motorcycle racing in the...
  • Pasadena man identified after Glen Burnie motorcycle crash

    Anne Arundel County police have identified a 52-year-old Pasadena man who died in a motorcycle crash in Glen Burnie Saturday evening. Officers found Jason Alton Cockrell lying in a wooded area next to Nabbs Creek Road near Francis Road in the Brightwater...
  • City fire academy receives beam from World Trade Center

    City fire academy receives beam from World Trade Center
    City and fire officials unveiled a poignant piece of American history on Sunday which will remind students at Baltimore's fire training academy of the commitments they make in the line of duty. A section of I-beam salvaged from the remains of the World...
  • More than joy rides

    More than joy rides
    Graphic designers Thomas and Jane Wynn bought a trendy motor scooter three years ago for weekend joy rides; now they use it for their daily commute from Parkville to their jobs at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center in East Baltimore. Jerry Hobbs Jr. and...
  • Ride to Eat/Eat to Ride

     
    I rode on the back of a motorcycle. Once. I was wearing a skirt and no helmet. When my friend turned a corner too sharply, we went over. The nurse at the college infimary did her best, but I've still......
  • Michael's of Monkton

     
    In this week's Shallow Thought Wednesday post, John Lindner discovers there's decent pizza in Monkton. He lets us in on another, even more shocking, discovery at the end of this post. Make sure you read all the way through. Here's......