71-year-old motorcyclist dies in central North Dakota crash

The motorcyclist, who was not wearing a helmet, was riding a 2019 Honda Z125, the patrol said.

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BISMARCK — A 71-year-old man died Wednesday, May 25, in a motorcycle crash in central North Dakota.

The crash happened at about 8:30 p.m. on Burleigh County Highway 10 about 25 miles east of Bismarck.

The motorcyclist, James Michael Lang, was riding a 2019 Honda Z125, the patrol said.

Lang, who was not wearing a helmet, was headed west on Highway 10 when he lost control of the motorcycle, rolled over and crashed, the patrol said.

The weather at the time of the crash was clear, and road conditions were good, the patrol said.


The Highway Patrol is investigating the crash.

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