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Georgia to have motorcycle checkpoints?

  • 02-18-2011 | 05:53 PM
  • Gas Man
  • I would have went ballistic paul
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  • 02-18-2011 | 07:54 PM
  • Sixxxxer
  • Quote pauldun170
    Port Jeff I can see why they check everybody because the cruiser guys would get REAL annoying reving their engines as they made there way through traffic.

    The LIE checkpoints were a joke.
    If a sportbike, they wouldn't even check decibels or anything. If it looked like aftermarket, you got a ticket. If anything looked "changed" or non oem you got a ticket. If nothing looked outta place they would breakout the book and check for anything they got you on.

    Cruisers...gotcha license? Ok move along.
    I saw a custom cruiser with nos kit installed straight pipes...i think it had two 14 year old Philippine prostitutes tied to the beer kegs attached to the saddle bags....
    Cop said "Nice ride" and waved him along. Guy never even had a chance to turn the bike off.

    Meanwhile I had been sitting there for at least 15 minutes waiting on the guy to come back with my info.
    They woulda Loved my Bonestock ZX6R....LMAO
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  • 02-19-2011 | 08:31 AM
  • tommymac
  • Quote pauldun170
    Port Jeff I can see why they check everybody because the cruiser guys would get REAL annoying reving their engines as they made there way through traffic.

    The LIE checkpoints were a joke.
    If a sportbike, they wouldn't even check decibels or anything. If it looked like aftermarket, you got a ticket. If anything looked "changed" or non oem you got a ticket. If nothing looked outta place they would breakout the book and check for anything they got you on.

    Cruisers...gotcha license? Ok move along.
    I saw a custom cruiser with nos kit installed straight pipes...i think it had two 14 year old Philippine prostitutes tied to the beer kegs attached to the saddle bags....
    Cop said "Nice ride" and waved him along. Guy never even had a chance to turn the bike off.

    Meanwhile I had been sitting there for at least 15 minutes waiting on the guy to come back with my info.
    Was that durring the stunt show out east last year or the year before. I had heard they set up on the LIE for that.
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  • 03-04-2011 | 10:13 AM
  • ironboltbruce
  • Motorcycle Checkpoints: American Bikers Need Not Deal with the Devil to Defeat Them

    In their release entitled "11NR09 - MRF News Release - United States House of Representatives Bill to Prohibit Funding for Motorcycle Checkpoints" ( http://bit.ly/gxCy7x ) the Motorcycle Riders Foundation implies that American bikers should KISS Fascist Fat Jim Sensenbrenner's a*s so they can stay in General Population. To the contrary, I say that American bikers should KICK Fascist Fat Jim Sensenbrenner's a*s so they can help bring down the Prison!

    Fat Jim Sensenbrenner is the sponsor of the USA Patriot Act:

    http://wp.me/p19dS3-5Z

    Fat Jim Sensenbrenner is the sponsor of the REAL ID Act:

    http://wp.me/p19dS3-6l

    Fat Jim Sensenbrenner's next bill may eliminate all rights to privacy on the Internet:

    http://wp.me/p19dS3-65

    If American Bikers have become such spineless Sheeple that they can only protect their rights by sucking up to the very people that are icons of all that we (should) oppose, then they deserve and should expect the ugly fate that awaits all COLLABORATORS when real freedom fighters wrest control from their fascist oppressors.

    Well NOT ME, boys and girls: I SAY GROW A PAIR... LIKE I TOLD YOU MONTHS AGO ( http://bit.ly/gmHPU5 ), MAKE THE CHECKPOINTS TOO COSTLY AND THEY'LL GO AWAY.

    F**K FAT JIM. AND F**K THE MRF...

    IronBoltBruce
    http://ironboltbruce.com

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    Source: http://wp.me/p19dS3-6q
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  • 04-17-2011 | 03:45 PM
  • Angee
  • Wow...I'm glad I live in TN...they try that here and all hell will break loose. If they ever did pass something like that, I'd move to TX. Everything is bigger in TX including the taxpayers' cajones...lol Texans would run a liberal out of that whole part of the country for trying that.


    When we lived in Albany we avoided Americade for the same reason...we did go last year, but took backroads. We only went because we knew we were moving home and wouldn't get to go again.
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  • 04-17-2011 | 03:53 PM
  • Particle Man
  • Yeah, I avoid Americade pretty much because if you head there you are pretty much guaranteed a ticket for SOMEthing.
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