RIP Gearjunkie

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by otoman

man that is horrible. I always felt his posts were solid and clearly came from a nice and genuine person. I have wondered how often this happens to forum members and we never hear about it.....

Here is a link to the last post he made, the same day he was hit. Quite a beautiful parting gift to us. ... are_type=t
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TobinHatesYou wrote:
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Agree. There is a time and place for everything.


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by Berzin1

My sincerest condolences. It always hits close to home when one of our brothers of the road leaves us way too early.

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by gravity

Sad news indeed. RIP.

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by Powerful Pete

I have deleted a number of posts on this thread. Let us remember Gearjunkie and share our condolences here, nothing more, nothing less.

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by Look565w

So terrible, so sad ..... R.I.P!

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by themidge

I don't know what to say other than to offer my condolences to anyone who knew him. Such a bad way to go and a terrible shame to lose a member of our community here on WW like this.

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by Lewn777

RIP, such a shame. :( :(

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by donald

Condolences to his family. sometimes a body leaves an earth plane early. His soul is probably on some astral planet. I hope when he returns to an earth plane it is a time period when there are bikes and he can then pick up where he left off.

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by Miller

Sobering. This could happen to any of us. I have lost family and friends in the same way.

His photos of NZ cycling were lovely.

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by FIJIGabe

This is really horrible news - the cycling community has lost a great person. I'm not sure if anyone has seen any articles posted about him, but from all accounts, Gearjunkie was a pretty stand up guy. My condolences go out to his wife and children. ... n-hospital
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by fa63

Terrible news; RIP...

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