Inquest into biker’s death

An inquest into the death of Tauranga Filthy Few Motorcycle Club member Dennis Michael Pedersen is being held in Queenstown today.

Dennis, also known as Deno, was killed in a crash on the Lindis Pass on State Highway 8 in the South Island on November 26, 2012.

 

Dennis Michael Pedersen, also known as Deno, was killed in a motorbike crash in the South Island in 2012

 

The 54-year-old owner of the Curiosity business in Wharf Street was a well-known member of Tauranga's bike riding community. Read more about Deno here.

Deno was part of a riding group travelling back from the Burt Munro Challenge in Invercargill in 2012, when he and South Canterbury Road Knight Grant John Roberts crashed with a southbound Nissan near Goodger Road.

Both men died at the scene.

A Timaru woman, who was a pillion passenger on Grant's bike, was injured in the crash.

The 20-year-old Chinese national driving the Nissan was charged with two counts of careless driving causing death.

The woman has since been deported back to China.

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"The 20-year-old Chinese national driving the Nissan was charged with two counts of careless driving causing death.The woman has since been deported back to China"

Kill a couple of Bikers and get to go back home. What a consequence. Dont matter where you live, a Bikers life is worth shit!

Fucking cagers the fucking fucks. Hope the gash gets some chinese karma the fuck......

RIP Deno.

 

 

 

Respects.......

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