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Policeman shows serious motorcycle agility skills

By Blogger on 05 Aug 2011

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The T-1000 was a pretty vicious killing machine, but it was also a mighty fine pilot on anything with two wheels. From what we can tell, the cop in the following video is clearly the template from which the T-1000 was cast.

Competing in a motorcycle obstacle course, this policeman wields his huge heavy Harley-Davidson police-edition Road King like a toy. The pegs scrape, the onlookers gasp and this cop runs through the course cleanly, much to the relief of the terrified cones. This bit of riding is two-wheeled poetry in motion.

Don't get too close. These terminators are dangerous.


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SimonTan Aug 05 2011 01:18 PM
I believe if the bike is not mine, and given chance to practice, it will be possible too
Friendstar Aug 06 2011 04:35 PM
I believe the cop has got great skills.

even with practice, one might not achieve what he did.
Jerrcik Aug 06 2011 04:51 PM
My god......that is wad i call skill!!!! Riding on a 380Kg Bike.......wao...
Orionong Aug 06 2011 11:21 PM
close one eye lah
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