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anonymously0142 OP t1_jbpapcl wrote

Not getting caught? You think I'm just running from the cops? 😂 I live near a rural area with long straight roads. Idk if you know about bikes but cruiser are not fast lol


No-Setting9690 t1_jbpe3w4 wrote

That only reinforces my statement. You think cause you live in rural area that it would be ok to run from the cops? You are still putting your own life and anyone else on the street in jeopardy. That fact that you are bragging about your bike being faster and implying you would run, you should not have a license.


anonymously0142 OP t1_jbpg7yv wrote

Please re read what I posted. I don't run from cops, I literally said I got pulled over in the post. I said I live near a rural area with long straight roads because its "safer" to go fast there compared to more congested areas with blind turns. Again I ride a cruiser, which is slower than than a civic. I am not bragging, I'm answering the guys question. If you knew about bikes you would know 100mph is literally nothing compared to sport bikes that go 200+ in less than 10 seconds. Any car on the road can do 100mph

The argument that bikes are dangerous to other drivers is silly. A speeding car cutting through traffic is much more dangerous to other drivers than a guy on a bike is. Still, it's not okay ride like an ass like that on a bike and I don't.


No-Setting9690 t1_jbpjcl2 wrote

First, I only mention bikes cause that's what the topic is, all speeding is dangerous.
Thank you for clarifying. My mind went right to police cruiser, so that makes so much more sense. My apologies for assuming it mean police and not your bike.


anonymously0142 OP t1_jbplxr7 wrote

No worries!! Sorry, I shouldn't have use biker kinda lingo in a post about registration haha. Cruisers are like the harley style kinda bikes


No-Setting9690 t1_jbpqm25 wrote

No worries, I understand it. I'm in multiple Dodge groups, so I hear cruiser, immediately thinking police. Been a long as week too.