As per today's The Province newspaper :
"Police say speed is to blame for B.C.'s 26th fatal motorcycle crash of 2004.
Quesnel RCMP say Gregor Anslow McCrae, 59, of Quesnel, was travelling at least 120 km/h in an 80-km/h zone on the Nazko Highway when he failed to negotiate a sharp left turn with an advised speed limit of 60 km/h. McCrae went off the right side of the road and down an embankment. He died at the scene.
This year has been especially dangerous for bikers. A total of 33 motorcycle riders were killed on B.C. roads in all of 2003."
R.I.P rider, everyone be safe out there.