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Discussion in 'Photos' started by crusader, Jan 25, 2006.
Hmmmmm, is the FYYFF patch regulation?
I'm pretty sure it is for our L.A.P.D.
I would say 'poser' due to the conflicting patches but you do look like a grumpy bastard which fits the cop profile. Guess Im undecided.
I'd say the police patch was mounted too low to be regulation. Might be five-oh, but have my doubts that jacket is official uniform.
IMG_0650.jpg by jdgretz, on Flickr
The officer took the photo for me.
On my home from Louisiana, and yes, that's Mike's bike from this thread. The whole RR is here, but I'll be doing one on this site as well.
The Police Academy here in Croatia organised Safe Driving school - a two day free course! In the end we went with motorised cops through the city up to the main square, to raise awareness of motorcycles in traffic! Now how cool is that?
What a great idea! The motorcops here in California like to keep their "elite" status-lol
Little town of Brooklyn, IN...
They were very friendly when I ask if I could take a few pics...
First 2 rules of a police interaction: 1 (and most important) Be polite, 2 (and best observed) STFU!!!.
I had a Black '11 'busa I used to get pulled over CONSTANTLY!! No tickets- just warnings at 120+ speeds. I have a clearance for my job and I was afraid that if I got busted for a ludicrous speed charge- I'd loose the security clearance (like a friend of mine did). So I traded it in on a Polaris RZR4. But it wasn't 6 months later and I was itchin' for the 'busa- so I bought an '11 in white. Funny- my driving habits haven't changed... I just don't seem to have police altercations on the white one.
BUT- if you're a 'busa pilot, you may want to look at: http://www.pashnit.com/product/adaptiv_radar.html
Has paid for itself like 10x over!
Sorry for the hijack...anyone know where I can find a low profile top box like that?
Probably some SeaHorse model like that. http://www.carrycasesplus.com/seahorse-cases/?gclid=COXqr_L-hbACFcSa7QodJHvqmA
Did you check The Internet?
this comes under rule 1, Never ever say they are over weight.
Our city just replaced their bikes with Victory's
My GSA in the back ground, there was no officer there to pose with it for me. But out bike cops are great guys and I hope they got the bikes they wanted.
Do they have big shoulder pads and tight spandex uniforms too?
I'm on the right hand bike as you view it ... Shame about the sign on the canopy ..