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Old 04-09-2008, 10:35 AM   #61
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Old 04-09-2008, 10:36 AM   #62
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and who pays those idiots DR bills, we do cuz maj. of the time they don't have health ins. so it does effect ALL of us.

then there's that whole public perception thing.

then the whole profiling by johnny law.
There is a much bigger problem with America's health care system then some dude wrecking on a bike.

Profiling by Johnny Law shouldn't effect those who's is straight.
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There is a much bigger problem with America's health care system then some dude wrecking on a bike.
yes there is, but every lil bit counts

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Old 04-09-2008, 10:38 AM   #64
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There is a much bigger problem with America's health care system then some dude wrecking on a bike. it definately doesn't help the healthcare system...

Profiling by Johnny Law shouldn't effect those who's is straight.
when they profile, they don't know your have everything straight... they just see sport bike and want to hassle... hence the definition of profiling...
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when they profile, they don't know your have everything straight... they just see sport bike and want to hassle... hence the definition of profiling...
Let them pull me over. I show them my class M, insurance and take my ticket for obscured license plate, etc. To me, it's not that big of a deal. I've been stopped over a dozen times on the bike and received 2 tickets. We deal with officer Nguyen in the 1960 area who's sole purpose in life is to harass sport bike riders. I have bigger things in life to worry about than getting pulled over.
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I think the main isssue here is, that they put others that are just driving down the road ...in danger. Which, they have a valid point, it should be done on backroads or parking lots. Same for high speed riding...if you are gonna do it on public roads, do it out where the only person you kill is yourself.
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I have bigger things in life to worry about than getting pulled over.
So, wouldn't it be nice if everyone played by the rules and profiling on 1960 didn't happen so you get to the "bigger things" in life that you do have to worry about?
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wonder why?
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wonder why?
wheelies on a Mexican Road maybe?:/:
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So, wouldn't it be nice if everyone played by the rules and profiling on 1960 didn't happen so you get to the "bigger things" in life that you do have to worry about?
Not really, they can pull you over to check for the DOT sticker on your helmet. Profiling of bikes has always occurred and will continue based solely on the "rebel" nature of riding. Speed is what they focus on, not stunting down a freeway. We ride sport bikes and I seriously doubt anyone here rides at the posted speed limit 100% of the time.
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Not really, they can pull you over to check for the DOT sticker on your helmet. Profiling of bikes has always occurred and will continue based solely on the "rebel" nature of riding. Speed is what they focus on, not stunting down a freeway. We ride sport bikes and I seriously doubt anyone here rides at the posted speed limit 100% of the time.
oh really, so i can stunt on the freeway as long as i'm not speeding and i won't get pulled over?
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Speed is what they focus on, not stunting down a freeway. We ride sport bikes and I seriously doubt anyone here rides at the posted speed limit 100% of the time.
you may be right, but don't think the wheelies down 249 and 1960 doesn't have anything to do with it Who are you kidding? Besides yourself? FWIW, I've ridden down 1960 multiple times and never been harassed
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wonder why?
Maybe some dude on a sport bike ****ed his woman. Who knows why?? The other HPD officers in the area thinks he waste their time and his when they could be focused on other more pressing issues.
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oh really, so i can stunt on the freeway as long as i'm not speeding and i won't get pulled over?
HAHAHHAHHA

No, when we talk to cops they almost always talk about speed not riding wheelies, etc.
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you may be right, but don't think the wheelies down 249 and 1960 doesn't have anything to do with it Who are you kidding? Besides yourself? FWIW, I've ridden down 1960 multiple times and never been harassed
Nor have I. The toll roads is where I get pulled over.
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So people choose to ride differently than the "pros" here. It's riding nonetheless. So unless a rider conforms to the majority of this board you're a "squid". That has to be the stupidest most played out name ever.

It's just a different kind of riding/stunting.
nope and dont try to twist around my words to get your point across that the video content is ok.

how long have you been riding sportbikes and have been around that kind of crowd? i havent been around that long (6 years) and have seen the consequences of trying to stunt in front of a camera and on freeways.

do what you do but try to promote a good riding image publicly.
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nope and dont try to twist around my words to get your point across that the video content is ok.

how long have you been riding sportbikes and have been around that kind of crowd? i havent been around that long (6 years) and have seen the consequences of trying to stunt in front of a camera and on freeways.

do what you do but try to promote a good riding image publicly.
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Nor have I. The toll roads is where I get pulled over.
I've never had that problem either, but I keep my front wheel on the ground and within 15 mph of the posted speed limit:/:
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I've never had that problem either, but I keep my front wheel on the ground and within 15 mph of the posted speed limit:/:
Mine has always been for toll road violations even though I have a toll tag on the bike.
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THOMAS, I don't get it I guess. I've ridden with you one time and you seemed to be a mature responsible rider. Why do you continuously support ignorant riders who do nothing but pull power wheelies down local highways? I'm confused.
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