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Baby Boomers and Motorcycles / Safety Risks #638458

NBC Evening News for Friday, May 18, 2001
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.

(Los Angeles: Roger O'Neil) The growing number of Baby Boomers taking up motorcycle riding featured; details given of the growing number of accidents; scenes shown of lots of motorcycles. [Rider George BEALE - talks about riding his Harley.] [National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Marilena AMONI - says fatalities among older motorcycle riders have dramatically increased.] [Harley salesman Ernie SNARE - says silver-haired men are buying motorcycles.] California's program to reduce accidents detailed. [CC Rider Gary GOODSON - talks about a successful motorcycle safety program.]

Brokaw, Tom;
O'Neil, Roger

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