Have police ever caught a 1000cc motorcycle?
- 9 months ago
Yes I think they had before but I don’t know when
- KayleenRLv 79 months ago
yes many times. If you have a 1000 cc motorcycle you need to be a good rider
- JazSincLv 79 months ago
Uh, the police used to use the Kawasaki KZ1000P motorcycle, so during that era I would say that they caught them sitting in their own parking lot.
- 9 months ago
Saw a guy on a CBR1000 (Or was it 600?) with Repsol paint job being chased by cops years ago on YouTube... I'm sure you can find it.
He had a broken wrist so he fell down at the end...
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- Anonymous9 months ago
Sure, they Must have. Usually don't chase, as this can cause fatality. Just follow at a sane speed until him/her slows down (Will, eventually) and/or radio for roadblock. No MC can do 186,000 miles per second..
Besides, 1000 ccs can be only 62 hp on a 900 lb. frame. Like a '34 ULH. 85, tops. I'm sure Barney Fife caught one with a '55 Ford.
Can be 110 hp on 400. My 1440 cc (88") will only do 120, with a tailwind, downhill. Apples and oranges.
- Tim DLv 79 months ago
Yes, they have, and if you have to ask the question then you are not ready to find out.
- Burberry McChavLv 69 months ago
Where I live the police have 1300cc BMW's yet have a policy of being nowhere to be seen, so I doubt they have caught a 1000cc motorcycle. I wonder if the union pressured bosses into giving them shift long breaks.
- AntonLv 69 months ago
Have ever? Of course!
Often? Hell NO.
Generally they simple follow the motorcyclist until they crash.
Running from the cops changes an infraction (costs about $200) to a felony (a year of more in prison.)
- J.B.SchneiderLv 79 months ago
It is hard to outrun a police radio. However, we used to 'escape' from pursuing cops by ducking out on country lanes, out the back way in cemetaries, and that stuff. I and my buddies were never caught in any pursuit.
- JetDocLv 79 months ago
Caught it doing WHAT?