Mick Groth Honda Crossrunner EPIRB

Crashed rider encourages buying an EPIRB

A Bundaberg rider says he probably owes his life to a $290 Emergency Position Indicating Radio Beacon or EPIRB after crashing his Honda 1200X Crossrunner adventure bike in bull dust in north Queensland. Mick Groth, 52, urges every rider to buy an EPIRB, as does the Royal Flying Doctor Service which attends a “significant” number of rider rescues …

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Crashed rider makes farewell video

Crashed rider records farewell video

An American rider has recorded a farewell video to his family after crashing off the road and lying near his dead mate for more than 30 hours. It’s a graphic and compelling reason for every rider to carry some sort of emergency beacon or phone app that sends an automatic emergency alert if it detects …

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