I’ve always been proud of the fact that I’m a law-abiding citizen. I don’t get into a lot of trouble and I certainly don’t intend to get into anything that will result in me getting apprehended by a police officer. That’s a sentiment a lot of people share.
There are a number of reasons behind this. For one, none of us want to deal with the hassle of having to pay road fines or worse, appear in court to face charges of traffic violations. But most importantly, none of us want to have to look at our side mirrors and see a police officer performing a stunt like this.
Seriously, is there anything scarier than a police officer standing menacingly on the foot pegs of his Harley-Davidson with a rifle pointed directly at your back? If there is, I don’t know what it would look like and quite frankly, I don’t even want to find out.
The sight of a cop doing something like this is scary enough on its own. But if you’re not the offending party, this kind of stunt looks really cool, especially with the way the officer seems to be in full control of the bike and the rifle he has on his hands. I don’t know if the officer has any background doing motorcycle stunts, but from the looks of things, he really seems to know what he’s doing.
I feel sorry for anybody who somehow finds himself with this cop on his tail. I’d freak out if it was me, as I’m sure a lot of you would too.
As you can see, this motorcycle police officer has found a new, interesting, unique, but extremely efficient method to stop those who break the law. It all consists in attracting the outlaws like a magnet rather than chasing them all over the highway.
I can imagine drivers waiting in line to beg for a biiig ticket. I’m not sure what they’re going to receive although I could make a few remarks regarding to what could there be in that spacious trunk that she rests her elbow on.
The 13th Annual Southwest Police Motorcycle Training and Competition Event Held in Phoenix, Arizona showed once again how skilful the guys in uniforms are in maneuvering those big Harley-Davidson motorcycles. Even if spending the full working schedule on the seats of their bikes, the policeman participating sure did their homework before signing in for the competition. Just take a look at this perfect run.
Michael Jackson will sell his police spec Harley-Davidson Road King together with more than 2000 items from his Neverland ranch during a five-day auction in Beverly Hills, California. Julien’s Auctions organizez the event which will take place between April 22 and 25.
As reported, part of the money will go to charity, but most will end up in the pop star’s continuously shrinking pocket.
Apparently, Harley-Davidson goes for the Chinese market. No, not the public one as I’m sure they’ve conquered it for a long time now, but the police departments market (if we can even call it that way).
Two Beijing traffic police officers ride motorcycles donated by Harley-Davidson Motor Company near the Tiananmen Tower in Beijing, China, Monday, Dec. 8, 2008. Chinese media reported Tuesday that Harley-Davidson Motor Company donated three Harley police bikes to Beijing’s Dongcheng District traffic police branch for traffic police patrols near the Tiananmen Square. (AP Photo/Color China Photo)
We know that at a certain time in the American Motor Company’s history, heavy motorcycle production destined for police departments meant the difference between bankruptcy and success.
The way I see it, their strategy is to open an appetite for Harleys in an area where they haven’t had much success and so go through the financial crisis by making use of the same old artifice.
First, you have to be born with it and second, you would have to train most of the time. But more important and difficult is the third part. This is where you meat your pair with which you will train for the Motorcycle Pairs Competition.
And if you and your partner are the best, there is no better way to show it than at the Great Lakes Motorcycle Training Seminar in Toronto, Canada. I guess these guys did so.
Now traffic participants can’t say that they didn’t see him coming. If this excuse keeps showing up on police statements, this is how motorcycle helmets will end up looking.
The giant helmet brings a whole bunch of benefits and it is also very amusing due to the domain it is being used. A big head motorcycle police officer won’t pass easily unnoticed.
Here’s an interesting video about the Detroit Police Department which celebrates 100 years of motorcycle patrol. Back in 1908 this was the first law enforcement agency to use motorcycles for police patrol.
Of course, Harley-Davidson motorcycles were used from the very first day and the same maker provides all U.S. police departments with bikes today. To be honest, you didn’t had any other choice back in those days, but with time Harleys proved to be the best for the job.