In between some seat time on the Putty Road today, was reading the latest edition of Australian Roadrider. Interesting to read of the announcement the Vic Police have made re GOR. In particular their increased enforcement measures including nabbing people(both riders and cagers) for crossing the centre line. Was ironic that having just read this article before commencing the beautiful Wollombi Road, I should be almost run off the road not once, not twice but three times in 30 minutes by cagers coming across the centre line. Although the fact that they came over my side pissed me off, the thing that really got me was that they made no attempt to correct when they saw me. If I had been in a car, every time would have been a huge head-on collision. Seems it's OK to not give a bike their fair amount of room. Reckon the closest pass was about 1 metre away with the car exactly half and half across the lanes on a 1.5 lane wide road. Makes me shudder to think what would have happened if I had panicked and fixated on the front of the car because it would only have taken about half a second before I became a hood ornament. PS. Also read with interest that VICPOL will be setting up compulsory bike stops on the GOR to provide road hazard reports and safety information. Looks like you blokes down south will be getting pulled over a lot more. And you can rightly claim you were pulled over without doing anything wrong.