Last weekend, Neil Foster was traveling around Drumheller with friends on motorbikes, when tragedy struck.
He ended up losing control of his bike and suffering serious injuries.
"A 52 year old Calgary resident was traveling to Drumheller with friends. They were all on various motorcycles and he lost control at speed, tossed him off the bike and slid down the road," said Corporal Gerald Sherk of the Drumheller RCMP.
Foster was headed into the valley on Highway 56 east of Rosedale.
His friends waited by his side untill the STARS ambulance arrived and took him to Foothills Hospital in Calgary.
"He does have a brain injury. He does have some swelling and bleeding in his brain, which they have him sedated for. He does have some fractures and such throughout his body, but other than that he is pretty stable," reported daughter Korinna Foster.
Friends and family have decided to set up a GoFundMe account for Foster, as he will be unable to work while recovering.
"Any medical expenses that they will incur for physio or home care, all of that stuff, we are trying to take care of. So when he does wake up, and come to, his main focus is on his recovery," explained Foster.
She thanked the organization One Broken Biker for helping her family in this time of need.
The account has been live for three days, earning over $3,000 with a end goal oft $50,000.
You can follow this link to donate: https://www.gofundme.com/neil-foster-rider-down