Causes, in most cases, are speculative. If I don’t have a first-hand eyewitness, or I’m not at the scene to investigate, the cause of such a crash will either live or die with the victim/s. What we CAN take away from this is: slow down in high-risk Urban areas, don’t ride faster than you can respond, get trained well, and fully comprehend the environment in which you ride. We ride our motorcycles in a constantly changing environment, a time and space that we are not in control of; BUT we can control how we ride, and what we wear when we ride. Ignoring these facts will result in you being the cause of your own crash — I pray that you don’t!
Let’s look at 3 of the most common traits.