I can't tell if thats the 600 or the 1000. I don't think a 600 could go that fast. Unless it was just speedometer error. Regardless... that guy was jammin!
lol i wonder why he stopped...that bike could easily outrun a crown vic
If your going that fast, you might as well keep going. Your going to be arrested if you stop anyways.
If you stop going that fast, would it be a felony though? Evading arrest is definitley one lolOriginally Posted by FlyinZX-10R
it probably depends on the speed. Usually over 100 mph is a different catagory. One of my friends got caught for 116 in a 65. he was doing 145 or so, but got on the brakes when he saw the patrol car. he got a ticket for 116. In my experience around here, if you pull over, you get a warning or ticket. Alot of bikes make a run for it here, so they are relieved when you just stop. I had an officer tell me "Im glad you didn't run". I said "I like to watch COPS on tv, I don't want to be on it". he got a laugh outta that and let me off with a warning. Plus Im not a young kid, so when i get my helmet off and they see that (i make sure Im smiling as the helmet comes off, its an icebreaker) im on older rider, they usually mellow right out. You just have to pick and choose where you speed and for how long/fast.Originally Posted by Ovencleaner
If im really gonna haul A$$, like 170-180, i usually do it right before Im going to get off the freeway or go a different direction. Plus I dont speed in the same places all the time at the same time of day.
lol that's my news station
Same with high-performance cars, too.Originally Posted by FlyinZX-10R
I think that most officers are just impressed that there are "sane" people out there who will cowboy-the-F-up and admit that they were doing something wrong, and also know/understand that it is just the officer's job to pull people over for such infractions, and not get mad at them (the officer, that is).
It was a 600.Originally Posted by FlyinZX-10R