>tfw installed license-plate flipper on my motorcycle
>used it all day today
>flipped it up on the highway where i knew there were cameras and went flying past at over 270km/h
>flew past about 30 red-lights that had cameras
This is addicting. Is this how it will end?
>either you get found out
Won't happen, it's also switch operated.
Best trust your mechanic or do all your repairs yourself, basically.
Also, when breaking the law, it's best to err on the side of caution: always assume that you could be caught, otherwise you get complacent.
Complacency is the death knell of the successful criminal.
>tfw know that feel
It's a good feel. There's a few highways that are completely empty and you can see ahead forever, opening it up is better than any therapy.
If I ever do get the cops behind me, I'm not sure if I would even bother stopping. On one hand, I've heard they no longer chase bikes after a fleeing motorcycle pretty much took out a minivan after a 15 minute chase killing a family, but on the other hand I would be paranoid I would get caught and ass raped in prison.
>tfw on speedy 4 day road trip
>Passed by at least 6 or 7 cops, all with people already pulled over
>the odd time I did do the limit was when a cop would drive by
>49kmph over the rest of the trip (they impound at 50)
I still wish I bought a lottery ticket when I got home.
OP here, the only way they would continuing pursuing a motorcycle is if you actually did something like robbery, murder etc.. I've found from speeding off, doing burnouts, and taking off and hitting the rev-limiter cops will turn on their sirens but if they see you continue to flee they will stop, and or you start splitting past cars. I don't have to worry much on a ZX10R since even the fanciest cop car here has absolutely no chance in the corners / curves and would get anal raped in a straight line (highway)
I once stopped when i was younger, back then i was only riding for 1 year when i caught caught nearly 70 km/h over the limit.
Never ever stop for the police, you won't be let off.