Yeah thats so worth it when you get to spend the rest of your life crippled or fed through a straw... yeah, you really showed him.cjohhny said:They might want that. Then they would be able to sue the officer, the department and the city.
Thats one way to do it if they afford the proper training to the troopers that operate them. A basic MSF class and a few years of cruising a harley wont count for anything at 100+ on a sport bike.69HemiGTX said:People like that will have justice served to them in due time. I don't believe in karma, just inevitable vengence. Here's Oklahoma's answer to high-speed pursuits:
Well said. Same on my end.dodgezilla73 said:A holes like that makes bikers like me look bad and not only they had no concerns not only for the trooper,but not for the other people. when you have other so called bikers that acts like they own the road,then real bikers have to deal with people in there cars that will show no respect for real bikers. I deal with this everday when i am on my bike and i travel around 100 miles a day going thru houston.