Fallen Riders Family Needs Our HELP!!!!
Well this sucks to have to post this, on Oct 13th My best friend was killed in a motorcycle accident. He rode a 06 R6 anniversary edition. His name was Matt "YankeeR6" which is a board member on Motohouston.com and several other Houston based boards He was well liked and a big part of our community. He will be missed by all his family and friends, he was born on 12/2/80 to 10/13/07. He was very family oriented person, especially when it came to his nephews. Austin was born with "hydrocephalus", which is water on the brain. Hydrocephalus has made it so Austin’s brain will not fully develop. He is confined to a wheelchair and can only stand and walk with assistance. He has already had many surgeries, and will still have surgeries every 6 months till he stops growing for his back problems. Matt would have wanted us to help assist his family in the raising of Austin and mounting medical expense. So in Matt’s Legacy we are going to make a memorial ride, and donate all proceeds to the family to aid in Austin’s raising medical expenses and to help provide that care that Matt would have wanted.
I attached the band pics. If you want to donate please do so by paypal and we will have them mailed to you, the bands are $6 w/ shipping. You can send the money to paypal e-mail [email protected]
all help is appreciated. All I am asking is that we all come together as a family to help a fallen riders family. I understand you may not have known him, but I guarantee he would have helped anyone out there weather it was a stranger or not…
So please if you can spare the money, it will be going to a good cause. It will help Austin… it is bad enough that the poor child has to have sooo many surgeries to stay alive. So if you are a parent you can understand what his family is going though. To see your baby in so much pain, and are unable to do anything about it! So please help!!!
We miss you matt "yankeeR6"
Ps these are the post on motohouston.com in regards to this benefit for matt
16000 views and over 500 post on the day he died.
Dedication to Matt