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    Some of you know him. Mike Rimmer lost his battle with cancer today. He was long time friend of mine and will be truly missed.

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    Sorry to hear . Prayers your way n to his family

    sent from a jap device made in china ??
    Slip sliden' away:p

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    • #3
      I've "known" Mike online for quite some time. He will be missed. Prayers from here for his family and friends. Godspeed Mike.
      Ride safe, Stoney


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      • #4
        Rest in peace my friend. I was one of the lucky folk that got to meet Mike in person.

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        Hanging in, Hanging on, Hanging out!!!

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        • #5
          I first met Mike at a gathering in Horn Lake about 2003 or 04, not sure. That's where I met Greg and Kenny and Kevin and a whole bunch of people. I lost contact with some and maintained contact with others.

          Now I am sorry I didn't get to spend more time with him.

          We lost him and Axeman this week and it sure puts the holiday in context. We lose them but they are never really gone and will be in our hearts and memories for a long, long time.

          RIP brothers and ride the wind.

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          • #6
            RIP...ditto what Dinero said...Mike's website was my mainstay when I returned to riding fulltime...through him I met many fine people..

            His legacy spread farther than he ever knew...truly missed....
            Ron
            Bakersfield CA
            • Grumpy II 12 two tone Blue HD POSE Ultra on order..delivered 12-23-2011
            • Grumpy & Stumpy 04 Blue HD POSE Ultra sold
            • 2105 Triumph Tiger 800XRX White and Black

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            • #7
              Sorry for your loss

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              • #8
                Originally posted by d190 View Post
                RIP...ditto what Dinero said...Mike's website was my mainstay when I returned to riding fulltime...through him I met many fine people..

                His legacy spread farther than he ever knew...truly missed....
                I found and posted some of the Horn Lake pictures over there in this thread: http://www.harleydavidsonbikers.com/...?threadid=7128

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                • #9
                  R.I.P. Mike.

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