Bike Culture Archive Toronto & Beyond 2003-2012.
Photography by Martin Reis and Hamish Wilson.
The facts are that the guy was an angry drunk, probably still steaming and looking for ANOTHER fight.It hasn't been proven that the driver initiated the incident that got the biker enraged.What is known is that the guy could have acted like a civilized member of society, and not engaged in a physical altercation. No one forced him to grab on to the vehicle, and his stupidity cost him his life.The cycling community owes Bryant an apology for his inconvenience.
Dear Anonymous,"It hasn't been proven that the driver initiated the incident that got the biker enraged."Nor has it been disproven. Probably best to leave our judgements until the facts come out.Sadly, the dead can't hire PR firms to sway media and public opinion.
Hey Anonymous,First off, I think you need to use your real name here if you want tocomment. My two cents.Nope.I don't think the cycling community owes Bryant an apology ... quite the opposite.
Hey Anonymous,are you anonymous because you work for bryants pr firm?Did anyone see the star article about Bryants "enchanted evening" that happened right before it was interrupted by darcy allan shepard?The PR and spin going on is unbelievable.
Thank you for you comment John Park.I was wondering the same thing.Cheers!
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