ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - One man is dead after getting thrown off a motorcycle on the far west side of Albuquerque Thursday night.
Bernalillo County sheriff's deputies say a group of motorcyclists were heading north near the Double Eagle II Airport when one of the bikers was going too fast on a turn and flew off his bike.
Deputies say the man in his 30s was not wearing a helmet.
They also say there were no signs of alcohol playing a role in the crash.
Deputies have not released victim's identity.
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