Fun, daring and life of the party - family of deceased motorcycle rider speaks out

Loved riding his motorcycle (KTVL/Sarina Sandoval)

The family members of a motorcycle rider who died on May 19 say Daniel Foster was a loving father, brother and friend.

The 60-years-old lost his life to a drunk driver.

Foster's family says he loved riding a motorcycle. He was riding before he had his four children.

"Then he sold his motorcycle for a mini van," Foster's sister, Sharon Seguin said.

Once Foster's children grew up, he was back to riding again.

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Foster lived in Oregon for about seven years and his children say, he was quite the dare-devil and still can't believe he's gone.

They say Foster always lived life to the fullest, teaching them to be the same way.

"I'm not afraid of life and I'm not afraid to do things that are challenging because of him," His daughter, Sarah Keefer, said.

Another rider died with him Saturday night, his girlfriend, Catherine Hock.

There will be a benefit for both riders at their favorite bar, Lucky's II, on June 23 at 2:00 p.m.

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