188,000 Riders Expected at Laconia Motorcycle Week. Um, 187,999 Riders Expected. No, 187,998 Riders. 187,997. Oh, Dear. 187,996 Riders Expected for Bike Week


Laconia Motorcycle WeekCONCORD, N.H. — State police say four motorcyclists were killed in collisions with other vehicles on Friday, a grim beginning to the final weekend of the 89th annual Laconia Motorcycle Week. The cyclists were killed in a series of accidents spanning four hours in Nashua, Nelson, Laconia and Dummer. In Nelson, a car driven by James Rivadeneira of Salem crossed the center line on Route 9, colliding with a motorcycle driven by David Davis of Wyantskill, N.Y. Davis’ motorcycle then hit a second motorcycle driven by Carl Davino of Stuyvesant, N.Y. All three were taken to a hospital. Davis died of his injuries while Rivadeneira and Davino were treated for injuries that were not life threatening. In Laconia, a motorcycle driven by 38-year-old Jamie Bezanson of Concord crossed the center line of a road and hit a pickup truck driven by 47-year-old Craig Harrison of Manchester. Bezanson was pronounced dead at the scene. Harrison was treated for minor injuries at a hospital. (read more at the Bangor Daily News)

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