Full of awesome.
Full of awesome.
My bike is so much faster than yours that I dare you to ride it, you lame little turd. Do you have the balls to ride this BOTTOMLESS PIT OF TORQUE?
~Hunter S. Thompson
Somebody's gonna get fired!
My new riding music is RAMMSTEIN.
i don't drag knee, i drag FOOT!
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There's a speed trap exactly like that in Devon Alberta.
I got nailed twice in a rental car when I went there working just the other side of Devon.
I didn't get the bill till a few weeks after I got back to BC. I got the bill from the rental car company, to top it all off the rental company tacked their bullshit 'administration' fee on top of the traffic fines.
Same deal, 100 kmh along the highway but drops to 70 for about 100 feet around a photo radar van. Largest source of revenue for that little truckstop rest area town.
Cash cow pricks
I just drove 600km from Madrid to Barcelona to do a trackday tomorrow. the longest distance I travel for a track here. They have radar detectors built on the side of the road and on the signage above thd highways. No need for coppers, though the highways is also patrolled by civil guard. I must have passed more than 20 cameras. The GPS helps with most, but not all. The nice thing is you don't get that stupid twat jumping out of the bushes to ticket you.