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steve bass  says:

Motorcycle unfriendly police in Lincolnshire

On Sunday 11 May two mates and myself set off on a nice steady run up to Bourne in Lincolnshire. As we rode up to the A1 at Colsterworth we came across a very motorcycle unfriendly polieman. He pulled two of us but the third got through the traffic. He proceeded to explain that he was giving us both a fixed penalty fine of...

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olivercromwell

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That's awful!

If I were you I'd get a grip of the dickhead who put the illegal plate on and give him a good kicking.

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TT600JCC

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TT600JCC says:

Lincolnshire Police

You have to be having a laugh,

I live not too far from where you was stopped, I agree that it's a very low down on the serious crime list, right near the bottom really and if it has passed an mot I would appeal, but this area is proberly the most tollerent police force in the UK. I have never been stopped and ride all year round, but my bike is 100%legal and limited in the toy department, I really don't get the mini plate thing, you can't see it when your riding and if it's at such a size or angle it's not visable then what do you exspect really? If you was asked not to use it on the road again would you replace it?

Proberly not. Atleast you didn't get any points.

But both my parents have been done for the same thing in their cars with private plates so it's not just bikers they target.

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