Reading this story on KTVB takes me back to the day's I used to ride a motorcycle. I remember it was the greatest feeling in the world. The freedom, the speed, the sexy, the danger. On my last ride, I remember I was sitting behind a car at a red light. When the light turned green I accelerated and merged into the left lane opposite the car in front of me. It was night, my bike and helmet were black so of course, the driver of the car didn't see me when he merged at the same time. Next thing I knew I was in the air flipping over the handlebars. It was an accident but a reminder of how dangerous riding a motorcycle can be. Earlier today KTVB reported on a motorcyclist who got clipped on the side of I-84

Idaho State Police are asking for the public's help after a

rider was hit and injured along Interstate 84 Thursday.

The collision happened around noon on the westbound side of the interstate near Black Cat overpass. Police say the motorcycle rider had stopped on the shoulder and was working on his motorcycle when he was struck.

The man who got hit name has not been released. This is a sobering reminder to watch out for motorcyclist on the roads this summer.

ISP wants anyone who may have witnessed the incident to call 208-846-7550.