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Any bikers here...look out in Minn!

by Steven Haninger / September 26, 2004 12:16 PM PDT
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Re: Any bikers here...look out in Minn!
by Mark5019 / September 26, 2004 2:42 PM PDT

when i came home from nam my best bud gave me a harley i had it up to 100+ no speedo but friends cars spedo said 100 as i was pulling away.

did that 1 time only on 287 in nj was 3 am and i never want to do that again lol

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Re: Any bikers here...look out in Minn!
by John Robie / September 26, 2004 5:13 PM PDT

Hmmmm....the old Honda I had 35 years ago would top out at about 85MPH. Think that cop had a itchy fast finger on that stop watch and may have needed some oxygen. Guy with good lawyer should beat the charge by asking that a un-bias biker cop test the bike using radar, and submit top end speed to the Judge. Even souped up bikes would be hard pressed to get to 200MPH.

I got clocked once on the wide open desert flats of northern Arizona, by a state trooper for doing 85MPH when the national speed limit was 55MPH. I had two radar detectors and a radar deflector and the cop had to admit she didn't use her radar but a stop watch. We talked about the ridiculous forced speed law and after joking about her female hand cream caused her finger to slip around on the stop watch button, she let me go with a warning.

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We're hearing a lot of stories about such riders in Chicago.
by Kiddpeat / September 27, 2004 12:09 AM PDT

One hit a truck and was dragged for awhile. Others have hit walls, light posts, cars, etc. All DOA. Sounds very DUMB.

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