Hey yall. Not complaining or whinging. Just sharing. And asking! Coming home last night from roxborough park, my satnav took me through some streets i've never seen. Anyway, I got cut off by a tarago, had to lock the brakes to avoid collision, then the dude stayed infront of me for about 2k's constantly braking...fairly hard. I have no idea why. So when the one lane road split to a dual lane I overtook him and merged back to the left lane, when i noticed a flash...I looked back and it was a speed camera obviously, attached to a nice BA falcon parked on the nature strip. I was in the wrong, I was speeding (to overtake) by about 10k's or so. I had heard before that bikes are hard to detect by those radars and they are not all that accurate - with bikes in particular, due to being a small object. Is this true? (secrelty hoping the fine never arrives, but we all know that aint gonna happnen)! Cheers.