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MCN columnist Kevin Ash dies

MCN is deeply saddened to report the death of long-time columnist, former staffer and hugely respected freelance motorcycle journalist Kevin Ash. ‘Ashy’, as he was fondly known throughout the motorcycling industry, died following an accident during a BMW press launch in South Africa on Tuesday. BMW have released the following official statement: “It is with deep regret that BMW Motorrad confirms the fatal...

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Titosfuneral

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Titosfuneral says:

Sorry for your loss. So sad.

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stickywicket

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stickywicket says:

Very sad news. His site Ashonbikes is a great source of intelligent non biased information. he will be missed in life and throughout the net.

Condolences to his family and many many friends

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SlowLearner

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SlowLearner says:

Terrible news

Very sorry to hear this - condolences to Mr. Ash's  family and everyone who knew him.

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Bigbigdave

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Bigbigdave says:

Kevin ash

God how sad to hear of Kevin's death. Every week that i read MCN i would allways look fwd to his column, i must say that some things he said i didn't allways agree on but that's how I liked it, and that's why I enjoyed him so much. When ever he talked about the old school of biking 70-80 I would hang on every word and a smile would come to my face. It's such a shame he died, if being on a bike doing what he loved and being paid to do it, (how many would love to be in such a position) was the way he died then at least there is that slight peace of mind about his death. It seems to me it never happens to the bastards in this world allways the guys that are liked.

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MudDoctor

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MudDoctor says:

Kevin Ash

will be sorely missed by many, if not most of whom who read his columns.

While not perhaps quite as eloquent, I always considered Kevin to be the LJK Setright of motorcycling journalism. Whatever you read, it was always clear and concise, but not always what you wanted to hear.

My condolences to all who knew him, and his family in particular.

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steady2wheels

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terrible news, i always really enjoyed his reviews and writing style, and always made sure to read his columns, condolences to his friends and family, very sad news

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Paulvt1

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Paulvt1 says:

Wow. This has knocked me for a loop. Absolute shame. My heart goes out to Kevin's family and friends. Such a nice guy.

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Carlosoul

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Carlosoul says:

Cant believe it...

wow what terrible news, condolences to his family and friends and all his MCN readers that knew him.

Biking can give such extreme emotions but couldnt think of a life without it.

RIP Kev

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SHIVA_

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SHIVA_ says:

RIP Ash

rest in peace Ash.

every time we follow our passions, whether to get on a bike, fly a private plane, sky dive, ski fast, ride fast in an exotic car, etc... we take our lives in our hands.  that's the factor that gives it excitement, otherwise the experiences wouldn't be memorable. 

I'd like to know how the accident happened.

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jahagon

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jahagon says:

Tragic news. Condolences to his friends and family. Rest in peace.

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