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Old 08-29-2010, 08:54 PM   #21
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Sloblack was quick, if that is what happened to him I am really sorry to hear that.
Search it here, he got what he had coming... the guy that was riding with him wasn't as lucky.
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Jeremy was also a nutcase... and had someone that attempted to run with him die in the process..
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I mean we all make our own decisions you can't lay that on him. When you chase people better than you its at your own risk and you know that. You know how they ride and you know what the consequences are that you face. It sucks but that's life and you make that choice. Some people look out for there new ones and actually take the chase for them so the new guys can get away. Guess it just depends but you can't expect that to happen.
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Come to think of it. He is a friend of a friend, and I havent heard anything about it since he posted about court.. etc.. If you are on anything motorized and run. Its a felony(including a golfcart or so my lawyer said).. Moral of the story? Drop the bike and RUNN!!!!


Edit: I was bored one night and searched for tips on "running" after the whole R1 incident out towards F-ville.. where he made it through multiple counties and still got caught.. One said to go to a mall and stash your gear and wait it out?? Sounds like it would be hard to do though, and later they could still get surveillance tapes and have your face.. There is no good option that I can see except dont do it.
class B misdemeanor. better than felony

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Old 08-29-2010, 09:24 PM   #25
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Search it here, he got what he had coming... the guy that was riding with him wasn't as lucky.
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- Stay around 120-130 all the time, cops tend not to with you over 100, and if they do you already got the jump on them, at which time take it till you top out
- Never ride with a plate, it's like a $30 ticket, so put it in the trunk if your legal
- Use traffic to your advantage, lane split, and never hesitate
- Ride 80% of your ability, because if you wreck, you lose
- Kill switches on your lights
- Get away quick and disappear, don't slowing try to lose them, lose them immediately, they will call backup
- When you make that decision know that there is no going back, hesitation will kill you and you lose valuable time that you can't get back

Like any crime know the consequences and be prepared to live with them...
Nice tips. I'm sure some noobs will keep this in mind.
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I mean we all make our own decisions you can't lay that on him. When you chase people better than you its at your own risk and you know that. You know how they ride and you know what the consequences are that you face. It sucks but that's life and you make that choice. Some people look out for there new ones and actually take the chase for them so the new guys can get away. Guess it just depends but you can't expect that to happen.

Precisely how is some scrub supposed to 'know' how someone else rides or if they're 'better'?

I'm not laying the death on him, but merely pointing out the result of another that 'tried' to run.
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yeah cause that was a police surveillance video and they had a chopper.
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- Stay around 120-130 all the time, cops tend not to with you over 100, and if they do you already got the jump on them, at which time take it till you top out
- Never ride with a plate, it's like a $30 ticket, so put it in the trunk if your legal
- Use traffic to your advantage, lane split, and never hesitate
- Ride 80% of your ability, because if you wreck, you lose
- Kill switches on your lights
- Get away quick and disappear, don't slowing try to lose them, lose them immediately, they will call backup
- When you make that decision know that there is no going back, hesitation will kill you and you lose valuable time that you can't get back

Like any crime know the consequences and be prepared to live with them...

Sloblack was quick, if that is what happened to him I am really sorry to hear that.

slow down professor ! I'm trying to take notes!!! can you give me some private tutoring also?!?! i'd like to become a "professional runner"
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I got pulled over the other day for crazy accounts! She was a cool cop and she said, "Thank you for pulling over!!" I would never run cause I have a family and I wouldn't want to hurt my self or die and leave my wife and 3 kids. Not worth it.
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I've been riding longer than a lot of you have been breathing. I've known a bunch of guys who have run throughout the years. There's always another new guy who thinks he's faster or smarter, but sooner or later it catches up with most of them. Steep fines and felony convictions that up a lot of opportunities.
Others have lost limbs/been paralyzed, and more than a few have died.
Out of all of the guys I know who ran pretty much all of them look back on it now and say it was a dumb thing to do, even the VERY few who never got caught.
It's all about risk vs reward: get away with it vs jail or worse. Sooner or later even the best gets caught/goes down/ hits an immoveable object, the odds are against you.
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I've been riding longer than a lot of you have been breathing. I've known a bunch of guys who have run throughout the years. There's always another new guy who thinks he's faster or smarter, but sooner or later it catches up with most of them. Steep fines and felony convictions that up a lot of opportunities.
Others have lost limbs/been paralyzed, and more than a few have died.
Out of all of the guys I know who ran pretty much all of them look back on it now and say it was a dumb thing to do, even the VERY few who never got caught.
It's all about risk vs reward: get away with it vs jail or worse. Sooner or later even the best gets caught/goes down/ hits an immoveable object, the odds are against you.
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I've been riding longer than a lot of you have been breathing. I've known a bunch of guys who have run throughout the years. There's always another new guy who thinks he's faster or smarter, but sooner or later it catches up with most of them. Steep fines and felony convictions that up a lot of opportunities.
Others have lost limbs/been paralyzed, and more than a few have died.
Out of all of the guys I know who ran pretty much all of them look back on it now and say it was a dumb thing to do, even the VERY few who never got caught.
It's all about risk vs reward: get away with it vs jail or worse. Sooner or later even the best gets caught/goes down/ hits an immoveable object, the odds are against you.
Agreed, maybe you will out grow it or maybe you won't, everyone has different reasons for why they do it and why they stop...

In my observation, and especially after reading about Jeremy, Houston is much more serious about catching you... Dallas you can't even get them to chase you have the time
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Old 08-29-2010, 10:11 PM   #33
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Search it here, he got what he had coming... the guy that was riding with him wasn't as lucky.
slow black was aramis old screen name so think u got something mixed up
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slow black was aramis old screen name so think u got something mixed up
Aramis, is Aramis.. no confusion what so ever with sloblack (actual alias is slowblack05). You'll note that I said sloblack, not Slow black or any other derivative.
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Aramis, is Aramis.. no confusion what so ever with sloblack (actual alias is slowblack05). You'll note that I said sloblack, not Slow black or any other derivative.
Yeah I have rode with both of them totally different people
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Running and getting away is few and far between... Not saying
It's not done but the risk vs reward is just not worth it IMO. Take ur punishment like ur supposed to. Jst saying
but..but..but.. it should not be illegal in the first place
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i think ill run the ez tag tomorrow while pulling a wheelie and drinking a beer...all in front of the state troopers
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IN MY DREAMS..... I have run about 8 times but only when I have a good distance on them.
I know that all the people that do route nights on Wednesday they have run before. Actually they do it all the time
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Yeah I have rode with both of them totally different people
hahaiding styles are the same though huh bud. haha just ones white and ones light brown. haha ones goofy and they other ones on roids..

man i had to check this out since i got a tip my name was posted on MH..

haha i love te drama.. i dont care what anyones says. unless you have MY gopro camera, or any camera with my plates on it. then it wasnt me haha
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