Man Injured In Motorcycle Crash As He Attempts To “Split Lanes” at 70-75 mph

On Wednesday, August 3, a man was injured in an Oceanside, California motorcycle accident as he attempted to “split lanes.”

The man, Justin Beyerl, 22, a Marine stationed at Camp Pendleton, was hospitalized with a compound fracture to his right leg after the motorcycle he was driving hit a stopped car.

According to the California Highway Patrol Officer Chris Parent, Beyerl, on his 2005 Honda Shadow, was cruising westbound at 7:20 a.m. on state Route 78 when he encountered stopped traffic just west of Jefferson Street.  Beyerl then began to “split lanes” at 70-75 mph, and clipped the rear of a Ford Taurus.

Parent said Beyerl was ejected during the impact; however, the motorcycle continued to “split the lanes” for another 500 feet without touching another vehicle.  The motorcycle finally fell over and hit two cars.

Additional details can be seen in the August 3 Camp Pendleton Patch story titled “Marine Injured in Oceanside Motorcycle Crash.”