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"I feel like I am alive today because of the people who surrounded me that day. I was surrounded my angels"

Twinkletoes

Jamielynn Sparre was a newlywed when her life took a sudden turn. She was part of an elite group of female motorcyclists, Women In Motion (WIM), who planned and escorted a large group of riders on an annual two-day trip in Wisconsin. The ride was a benefit for Accident Scene Management (ASM). Jamielynn is from Minnesota and had been on the ride for several years, starting as a participant. It was on her first ride when she was certain that she wanted to join the ride as one of the Women In Motion (WIM) Motorcycle CrashRoad Guards. She did not hesitate to go through all of the training that was required; including ASM Basic and Advanced classes. She ran the routes that were being planned two times a year in preparation for the actual ride, which took place in July each year. The WIM Road Guards nicknamed Jamielynn DzTwinkletoesdz because she loved to wear blinged out tennis shoes. She was the youngest member of the WIM Road Guards and we loved her like a little sister.

Jamielynn got married in June of 2011 to her childhood sweetheart, Jam ie. Yes, itís true; they even have the same name! She was in love and so excited about the life they were planning. They wanted to have children as soon as possible but Jamielynn told her new husband that they would have to wait until August since she didnít want anything to interfere with her commitment to the WIM Road Guards and the ride that was being being planned Julyunnamed 14-17, 2011. The ride that year was particularly special since former Wisconsin Governor, Tommy G Thompson, was hosting it. Te ride was ending on Saturday, July 16th after stopping at Tommyís house in Elroy for a refreshment break. From there we went to a nearby hotel in Mauston for a Pig Roast and a DJ. As our group rode into Mauston the excitement was palpable. We had spent two days on the road and were excited about the final party. Twinkletoes and several other WIM Road Guards including Juliann, were supporting the group at the back of the pack when an elderly woman who was waiting for the group to pass, misjudged an opportunity to make a left turn and pulled out directly in front of Jamielynn and Juliann. There was no time to stop. As Jamielynn hit the car hard enough to blow the rear tire, she was ejected from her motorcycle. She landed face down on the pavement. Juliann slammed on her brakes, managing to avoid Jamie and the car but putting her bike down in the process.

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