Biker Killed In League City Motorcycle Crash
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A man in his late 50s died Sunday night when he crashed his motorcycle in a mini-warehouse business park. 

League City Police Department Officers said a group of motorcycle riders were riding on the League City Parkway and when they approached a curve near an access road the biker hit the curb.

Police said he continued across two medians crashing into the parking lot of an air conditioning business.

The following information was posted on Facebook regarding the crash.

# 1 THANK ALL OF YOU FOR YOUR CONCERN AND PRAYERS!!! My boy Mike Aldrighette is our deceased. He was riding a Harley Davidson. He's from California and has been here for only two weeks! He was not familiar with the roads and made a mistake! At night this road is very deceiving and it cost him his life!!!! Mike is a SUPER AWESOME Dude! He's only been back in Texas for two weeks to take care of his elderly father and I had the pleasure to know him every day that he's been back and I can say I LOVE HIM LIKE A BROTHER!!!!!   My wife and I as well as a another friend that rode with us tonight are very devastated about what happen and are still in search of immediate family. Thank you to EVERYONE who helped try and save his life! Your prayers and your CPR will never be forgotten!! I will make sure his family knows all of this!




Comments:
You and your family as well as the gentlemen family are in my prayers.
Posted by Ruth at 8/13/2018 1:33:57 PM

So very sorry & for the loss of your dear friends life. How sad!!!!
Posted by noname at 8/13/2018 7:47:05 PM

I am blessed to have know Mike for a few weeks. He touched my life and my kids. We are supporting his beloved dad Mr. F. Aldrigehtte who has been my neighbor for more than 20yrs. We are helping Mike's dad with his loss. It's sad he had moved just around July 8th from Lodi, California to take care of my neighbor, his dad.Prayers to my neighbor's loss. He will be missed.
Posted by Livy at 8/16/2018 1:18:03 PM

Mike was a good friend. He will be missed.
Posted by Clint at 8/18/2018 1:57:53 AM

Mike and I dated for about 2 and 1/2 years in the mid 1980's. I had not seen him for many years when he showed up at my brothers funeral in Pleasant Hill, CA on 7/12/18. We had a very nice conversation and settled some issues that had been bothering both of us. I am grateful for that. All of his friends in the Bay Area are shocked and saddened by his death. My thoughts and prayers are will all of you that were witness to the horrible accident.
Posted by Brenda at 8/21/2018 1:05:30 PM

I've known Mike for nearly 30 years. We met riding Harley's here in California. I just saw him here for a mutual friend's funeral and he told me he was moving to Texas to care for his elderly father. He had no regrets. He was looking forward to it. I'm sorry for his family. I'm especially sorry Mike's life was cut short. However, he lived a very rich and full life. I'm grateful to know him, and so glad I saw him recently to reminisce. God bless Mike. See you later on the other side. Tell my brothers hello.
Posted by Lynette at 8/21/2018 2:48:15 PM

Mike and I were friends when he lived in Concord. Good times riding together and our last visit was just a few short weeks ago. I hated to hear this news.
Godspeed Big Mike
Posted by Jack at 8/22/2018 1:09:37 PM

Its been along time but your never far away from your real friends. He was there when I wanted to go have fun and he was there when I found myself in a bit of a jam. Promising he'd be tnere for me no matter what I decided and he was. He had the most wonderful smile the dimples helped, he was a good man, he was a great friend and he is missed. My heart goes out to his family, may all the memories of the days he brought joy help heal the pain of your loss.
Posted by DeAnn Bologna at 8/25/2018 5:55:11 AM

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