Friends and family are remembering 38-year-old Shamon Hudson.
He was killed while riding his his motorcycle last Sunday during a memorial ride for another biker who recently passed away.
It happened on U.S. 95 near Searchlight.
Hudson, who was better known as 'Big Boi', left behind three kids of his own but also played a big part in the lives of his girlfriend's two children.
Without Hudson, the family's not only facing the grief of loss, but also a financial burden.
"Those kids have a bunch of uncles right now that are really, really looking out for them. We are taking donations right now because one of his son's his birthdays is coming up," a family friend said.
Hudson's friends and family tell us his club, 'No Rules, No Dues' was the only thing he cared about as much as his own family, and to pass away doing what he loved brings them comfort but also sadness.
Nobody has been told much about what led up to that fatal moment on the road about 10 miles north of Searchlight. In total, three motorcycles were involved and at least one other rider was airlifted for medical treatment.
A memorial ride is planned for this Sunday in honor of Hudson.
Riders from his club will trek out to the spot he was last alive, near Searchlight.
We'll update this article with more information as it becomes available.