Oh, and this weekend ( since it was 70+ ), I went on a few rides. On one of them, I caught up to 5 guys riding various bikes. They weren't doing anything crazy. Anyhow, I backed off a bit before approaching some of the good turns so I could hit them a little hard ( I don't ride crazy, especially in the fall with leaves on roads sometimes ). As I round the turn, I see one guy pulled off to the side of the road, and one guy in the ditch off the road with his cruiser on its side.
So of course I pull off to help. I help him get settled ( made sure he wasn't real hurt ) and then help the other guy pick the bike up and set it on the kickstand. He was riding a Kawi cruiser and the other guy was riding a Kawi touring bike. The one that fell was the cruiser. He ended up breaking his arm just above the wrist ( wasn't compound fracture, but you could see the bone bulging up ). The other three never came back, so I offered to ride ahead and go send word that one of them fell.
So I am riding down the road about 2 miles and I catch them .... one of those three was down rounding another corner.
Lucky, he wasn't hurt. He simply bent a mirror on his dual short bike. So we all rode back to take care of the other guy and wait for a guy with a truck and trailer.
It amazed me to see two people down in that short of time. It was a combination of them not knowing the roads and riding above their skill level(s).
Luckily nobody was seriously hurt.