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any spirited rides planned for March 20th? Sun - March 18, 2011, 01:17 PM

Anything going on sunday?

" I found out a good ride going on sunday PM me if anyone wants the details."

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Has it ever been verified (with evidence...not just I heard) or is it just more of a myth that LEO hunts on powersport related forums to figure out places to set up???

I mean it seems like a VERY hit or miss tactic? I mean if anything it would just give them an idea of the most popular routes/trails/etc....

Is that even effective enough to go on???


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This guy's legit, I know him. I'd be up for a ride, but I'm working this weekend. See you out there soon though.


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Wait what? Am I cop now??? I'm confused, especially since we kind of know where we are meeting up, but not where we are going: would make very good of a trap


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Oh wait... LEO = Law Enforcement Officer???

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What is the difference between a spirited ride and a good ride?


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March 18, 2011, 02:54 PM

I just mean a good ride nothing crazy. I found out a good ride going on sunday PM me if anyone wants the details.
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Has it ever been verified (with evidence...not just I heard) or is it just more of a myth that LEO hunts on powersport related forums to figure out places to set up???

I mean it seems like a VERY hit or miss tactic? I mean if anything it would just give them an idea of the most popular routes/trails/etc....

Is that even effective enough to go on???
Damn I'm glad somebody else finally posted this. Ever since I joined this forum I've been wondering why when somebody asks for a group ride a boatload of people start declaring COPS COPS COPS! Ignorant as fuck if you ask me. If and when law enforcement monitors these sites, listen close...THEY DON'T ASK!

Where I used to live, the only times that we were able to prove that there was "police espionage" on our site was when there was a ride planned with more than 20 confirmed riders long distance route which was fully posted on the site, through state highways monitored by state patrol which would then coordinate internally to place units in a good spot to hopefully clock everyone or bring out the planes.

But if anybody here thinks that all the 10+ police departments that patrol the VA and MD areas we ride are all going to coordinate with each other to decipher the exact routes that we'll be taking, or that the heavily trafficked highways of the area are prime for setting up stings, then you are all retards.

Will it happen? YES! Will it happen often? NO!!! And will they ask for information? HELL NO!!! So get over it. If somebody asks for a group ride they are basically asking for a riding partner. Be a good riding friend and just offer to go ride with them or have them meet you for a ride that you know about. I doubt they'll meet you at the local gas station in their police cruiser and say "ok, cool, nice to meet you, you lead"
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March 18, 2011, 03:11 PM

Now I see why people sent me pm messages about it... Lol I'm so naive! But at the same time it's not like we are going to ride our bikes while shooting previously gang-raped virgin orphans, I thought we were just going to ride some bikes? Is it THAT bad around here?


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Damn I'm glad somebody else finally posted this. Ever since I joined this forum I've been wondering why when somebody asks for a group ride a boatload of people start declaring COPS COPS COPS! Ignorant as fuck if you ask me. If and when law enforcement monitors these sites, listen close...THEY DON'T ASK!

Where I used to live, the only times that we were able to prove that there was "police espionage" on our site was when there was a ride planned with more than 20 confirmed riders long distance route which was fully posted on the site, through state highways monitored by state patrol which would then coordinate internally to place units in a good spot to hopefully clock everyone or bring out the planes.

But if anybody here thinks that all the 10+ police departments that patrol the VA and MD areas we ride are all going to coordinate with each other to decipher the exact routes that we'll be taking, or that the heavily trafficked highways of the area are prime for setting up stings, then you are all retards.

Will it happen? YES! Will it happen often? NO!!! And will they ask for information? HELL NO!!! So get over it. If somebody asks for a group ride they are basically asking for a riding partner. Be a good riding friend and just offer to go ride with them or have them meet you for a ride that you know about. I doubt they'll meet you at the local gas station in their police cruiser and say "ok, cool, nice to meet you, you lead"
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lol..no j/k.

Yeah for the post part it would be nice to think that everyone is "joking" / "hazing" an unconfirmed new member of the board when they ask for info on a ride, but generally most people carry on AS IF they really believe or want to believe that "unconfirmed" member is a LEO.

Anyways. It could probably serve a LEO as good info backup for an incident that could occur AFTER the fact...ie. Spirited/balling/g ride language all over a thread with xyz confirmed members and then on that ride something tragic happens and they need to look for backup to press charges or something for evidence that one did in fact participate etc...

BUT

just to do all of that IN HOPES of catching what...speeders? reckless drivers? NO...come on guys...really.

If anything LEO's who are using this board as a tactic to determine WHERE speeders and rides are going to occur probably just want to find out where and who is gonna run so that they can chase....and get their fix as well.


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What is the difference between a spirited ride and a good ride?

well a good ride can be spirited...a spirited ride isn't always a good one.


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What is the difference between a spirited ride and a good ride?
uuuhh.. spirited ride?
Be VERY CAREFUL..
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March 18, 2011, 04:25 PM

good ride and spirited ride same difference as being religious and spiritual.


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