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Old 08-16-2010, 05:53 PM   #81
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My group went out ALL morning in the area. Past people's houses, places of businesses, and were followed by cops on a few occasions (Montgomery County to be exact)....but nothing happened.

If you aren't riding completely legal, save us the whining, please.
Otherwise, I'm curious to know what were you doing???????
Trust me, my group did not take a stroll the forrest by any means, but you gotta know when to take it easy and when to switch up your route. So for all this to happen to only you guys out there, there's gotta be more to this story.

Where you blazing past the same houses over and over again? Stay on the same road? Speedos' off more than you think?

Really sucks you guys got popped. That's never fun. Just doesn't make any sense...
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Old 08-16-2010, 06:22 PM   #82
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Sometimes the slower, weaker need to be sacrificed for the good of the pack to survive.
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Old 08-16-2010, 07:26 PM   #83
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My group went out ALL morning in the area. Past people's houses, places of businesses, and were followed by cops on a few occasions (Montgomery County to be exact)....but nothing happened.

If you aren't riding completely legal, save us the whining, please.
Otherwise, I'm curious to know what were you doing???????
Trust me, my group did not take a stroll the forrest by any means, but you gotta know when to take it easy and when to switch up your route. So for all this to happen to only you guys out there, there's gotta be more to this story.

Where you blazing past the same houses over and over again? Stay on the same road? Speedos' off more than you think?

Really sucks you guys got popped. That's never fun. Just doesn't make any sense...
We got pulled over at 105 and 149.
We went in and out of the forests with no problems.
We just got out of luck..... I shouldn't had been riding my friends bike and none of this would had happen.
Oh....well.
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Old 08-16-2010, 08:23 PM   #84
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I've been stopped once in Montgomery... ever...

Doing 45 in the 35 w 5 others. The cop admitted about every third stop there's a stolen bike and thats a big premise for the stops... and warnings for inspection stickers. I wasnt even on my own bike and they didnt question it; they ran plates, checked insurance and licenses.
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Old 08-16-2010, 08:38 PM   #85
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My group went out ALL morning in the area. Past people's houses, places of businesses, and were followed by cops on a few occasions (Montgomery County to be exact)....but nothing happened.

If you aren't riding completely legal, save us the whining, please.
Otherwise, I'm curious to know what were you doing???????
Trust me, my group did not take a stroll the forrest by any means, but you gotta know when to take it easy and when to switch up your route. So for all this to happen to only you guys out there, there's gotta be more to this story.

Where you blazing past the same houses over and over again? Stay on the same road? Speedos' off more than you think?

Really sucks you guys got popped. That's never fun. Just doesn't make any sense...
No whining here. I was pulled over because my inspection sticker wasn't visible from the rear of the bike, the cop pulled me over and let me go when he saw it on my swingarm. I ordered a new bracket last night so I won't have to worry about it in the future. He had every right to pull me over and I'm glad he let it go.

We were not trying to blast thought town or cause trouble. We were going less than the speed limit (at the time ). Nothing else to the story but bad luck.
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