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About to fly out to Vegas today so I decided to go out for a ride since it was nice out and get some time alone with my bike before the trip... headed down the interstate in a 60mph zone doing about 80 when a police cruiser pulls up next to me, he smiled, then he punched it. He was gone, no lights, just rolling.... so I went after him just for fun, got up to 120mph and figured I'd chill out (wasn't trying to get a ticket), but I only got close enough to see him up ahead getting off on an exit, so I followed him and pulled up next to him at a stop light... he looked over at me and gave me a thumbs up and smiled, gotta be the coolest cop ever!
 

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Yes very coooooool Cop !!!!!

Lucky you !!! :naughty:
 

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My first time was when I was in High School. My friend Ernie and I were fooling around on the floor in his den. I always liked him to take me from behind - it felt naughtier and sexier that way. I was about 17 and he surprised me by running an ice cube along my spine and down the crack of my butt. I shivered with anticipation. He put the ice cube aside free amatuer sex videos and began to rub my ass. He didn't ask about anal sex. He could see that I was turned on. He pulled out some lube and lubed up his finger, inserting it into my ass. I moaned with pleasure and pushed back towards him. Soon I could hear him pouring more lube onto his cock. At that point I was so turned on I would have let him do anything!
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About to fly out to Vegas today so I decided to go out for a ride since it was nice out and get some time alone with my bike before the trip... headed down the interstate in a 60mph zone doing about 80 when a police cruiser pulls up next to me, he smiled, then he punched it. He was gone, no lights, just rolling.... so I went after him just for fun, got up to 120mph and figured I'd chill out (wasn't trying to get a ticket), but I only got close enough to see him up ahead getting off on an exit, so I followed him and pulled up next to him at a stop light... he looked over at me and gave me a thumbs up and smiled, gotta be the coolest cop ever!
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About 25 years ago, I was riding up 91 North, in Vermont, through the mountains, shortly after sunrise, on my KZ1100. It was a beautiful sunny morning, highway was empty, and I was enjoying the ride, cruising along at about 70mph. I run my Spectre without mirrors, (I can't stand the way the bike looks with, "lollipops!"), so I didn't notice the Vermont Highway patrol cop on the Harley Police bike until he pulled up right next to me, on my left. My heart sank; I figured he was pulling me over. Instead, he just looked over at my bike, gave me a thumbs up, and kept cruising right next to me. We kept going like this for about a mile, and then he took it up to 75mph. I followed his lead, and then took it up to 80mph, . He brought his Harley Police Cruiser up to 80 and then, after a mile or so, brought it up to 85mph, (the top speed indicated on my speedometer - Federal regs in the 80ies limited speedometer top speeds to 85mph!). We went back and forth like this for about 10 miles until we were going 90, maybe 95, (I'm estimating, my speedo was pegged), enjoying the morning, flying up a well-paved, empty highway, through the mountains. We rode together for about 20 minutes until he suddenly peeled off, and exited the highway, never to be seen again.

It was a fantastic ride! The only time I've ridden on a public road, (in the USA), at high speed for an extended period of time with absolutely no fear of getting a ticket! I guess I was just lucky. I met up with a cop who just felt like cruising for a while, and the conditions were right.

A once in a lifetime ride.

Elton
 

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Stories like this give me more faith that there are cool cops out there... now hopefully... we see that over Cali more often, lol
 

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Yep, restored my belief that there are a few good cops left.

Years ago when I was 17 on my first bike I rounded a
curve with it laid over. I knew there was a cross road on the other side and that is where the speed changed to 55 so I was at about 60 in the curve (35 mph zone).
As I rounded it guess who is sitting at the corner.
NCHP and I just pulled over. All he said was,
just because you can see the 55mph sign doesn't mean you can do 55, you have to be to the sign to start going 55. He also said, what if someone had been pulled out in the crossing. That slowed me down with no ticket.
 

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Well, not a bike story, but one nonetheless. I got nailed in an OBVIOUS speed trap in Kentucky once when driving back to FL in my Cavalier Z24. I was doing almost 90 when I saw the multitude of cops entering and exiting the highway. I just pulled over, handed him my license and registration, etc, and "mentioned" that I work a lot in the ER as a Respiratory Therapist. It got me a "Slow down in Kentucky, son...and no ticket."

For the most part, any HP officer exists first and foremost to do one thing: write speeding tickets. However, I've found that if you're radar detector free and just honest with these guys, they're usually pretty cool. The only exceptions? Cops having a bad day or Motorcycle cops. With the latter just being meter maids with a gun. Just look at it this way, the cooler you are with these guys, the more likely they'll let you go with a warning.
 
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