This motorcycle crash in Mandarin claims a young life.. too soon. Tonight, friends and family are remembering Robert Bentley. Those were the words of Robert Eberhart... the best friend of 25-year-old Robert Bentley. He says the two of them shared the same FIRST name and a friendship, that made them inseparable. The Jacksonville Sheriff's Office says Bentley's death is still under investigation. He died Thursday morning on Old Saint Augustine Road, near Augustine Green Court. Investigators say Bentley crashed while trying to avoid hitting a garbage truck that pulled out in front of him. No charges have been filed. Channel 4's Elizabeth Campbell spoke with Bentley's friend today. She joins us now live from Thursday's crash site. Elizabeth? 3 3 3 The friend of Robert Bentley's I spoke to is also named Robert.They've known each other for 14 years and he says they were always the two Roberts. He misses his friend terribly -- but says he died -- doing what he loves. 07-1316-201:11'-1:17SOT - 4855 very passionate about wheels put him on anything with wheels he loved to drive he loved to rideTRACK - Robert Eberhart says his long-time friend Robert Bentley had a love for riding his motorcycle and skateboarding at the beach. SOT - 4540 pretty much anything he could do to stay active go out and about meet people he had friends almost anywhere he wentTRACK - Bentley's life ended far too soon last Thursday morning when he was riding his motorcycle down Old St. Augustine Road in Mandarin. The Jacksonville Sheriff's Office says the truck driver didn't see Bentley coming and pulled out in front of him. The garbage truck company, Waste Pro, says they are fully cooperating with the ongoing investigation and issued a statement. In part it says:PRE PRO - "Truly our thoughts and prayers go out the family of Robert Bentley, no one can be prepared for something like this.This has had an devastating effect on our driver and employees at the Jacksonville location as well." TRACK - They went on to say their drivers complete detailed training courses before starting the job and this is a tragedy no one expected. Channel 4's Crime and Safety expert Ken Jefferson says it's easy for a motorcyclist to get tucked away in a person's blind spot --SOT - 5301 even if they looked in the mirror and it seems clear it never hurts to look over their shoulder and make sure that lane is clearTRACK - Eberhart says Bentley was constantly telling people to smile.SOT - 4640 the worst thing he could ever see anyone do is cry and he would be the first one with his arm around you 3 There will be a visitation for Robert Bentley tomorrow and his funeral will be Wednesday. Eberhart says friends are trying to help the family raise money for the funeral and are selling shirts this month. If you're interested we've included the info on N4J.com. Elizabeth, do investigators know if Robert Bentley was wearing a helmet?