The Clark County Coroner's Office has identified Mark Brusewitz as the motorcyclist who died in a serious crash on Las Vegas Boulevard early Sunday morning.
The Nevada Highway Patrol said the 53-year-old was riding his Harley on Las Vegas Boulevard 13 miles north of the California border when he came up on a curve. Troopers said he was going too fast and failed to negotiate the curve.
Another driver reported the crash to police, but Brusewitz died at the scene. The latest crash has motorcycle riding experts speaking out about valley roads.
"Las Vegas is one of the worst places in the world for motorcycle riders,” said Mike Bullard, Those Guys Motorcycle Repair.
Bullard said Las Vegas is the worst because “drivers “don't care” about those on two wheels.
Bullard said things have gotten so bad on valley roads he refuses to sell a motorcycle to anyone who can't prove they're qualified to ride it.