I hope he loses his license and his bike

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I hope he loses his license and his bike

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I agree. What a freaking tool.
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“There are stupid car drivers, too,” said Les Deavu, a retired Xerox technician who drives a Honda VTX 1800. “A stupid biker doing 100 kilometres over the speed limit is going to kill himself. A moron in a car doing the exact same thing, he kills innocent people.”

Er, no. A 300kg projectile going at 264 km/h can end up killing a bunch of innocent people too.
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Read a bit more about the bike caught doing close to 300 kn/hr. the police think the owners son, who has had his liscrnce suspended multiple times, was driving. But can't charge him due to burdening proof.

Hope this guy wraps himself around a pole soon and rids us of another idiot. Just hope he doesn't take someone with him.
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Worst part is he's probably a hero amongst his friends.......dumass......

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#6 Unread post by P-Bare »

ShovelheadJohn wrote:Worst part is he's probably a hero amongst his friends.......dumass......
Well said, My best friend is a California Highway Patrol officer, and some of the stories he tells me about kids on tricked out street bikes (and in cars) are simply unbelievable! The sad part is that a lot of the stories end with "and the cause of death was massive blunt force trauma".
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#7 Unread post by sv-wolf »

That's nuts. Does anybody know: was this in a built-up area with pedestrians and other traffic around? I'd be fascinated to know what goes on in the brains of people who do things like this.
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