What's up with the Eastern fwy this morning.. plenty of coppers everywhere. Hope none of you guys had any encounters~ Was on my way to uni, running late for class and was doing the usual 110-115 which I know is around 100+-5% from GPS. Suddenly this tourer bike appears in my mirror and he was coming fast. I overtook the car beside and pulled to the left to let him past, took a glance at him and he looked at me. Thought he was going to give me a nod when he flashed his lights and pulled me over. Immediately infront of us then was a highway petrol car in the usual ambush spot in the centre of the freeway. Though I was going to be picked for riding a sportbike and being very slightly over, and that the ambush car spotted me a mile back and radioed to the police bike. Went up to the officer, who nicely asked me where my mudguard and rear reflectors were. I was not expecting that and hesitated for a moment before explaining that the bike didn't come with one when I bought it, which was true (seller said it passed RWC like that). Took my licence and went back to his bike.. then pointed out to me that he could have fined me $350+ but I need not worry about that fine as it was not a big issue. I was thankful at that point but wasn't sure if I should ask if that was all.. Wrote me a defect notice (major defect, lol) and explained to me that I had to put everything back. Had a glance over his defect sheets and it seems like he had previously done another person for the same thing at 6am this morning. Note my bike was completely stock including the exhaust with only the fender eliminator there. Nothing mentioned about anything else and I was relieved that I didn't contribute to state revenue. Continuing my way to the city, spotted 2 more highway patrol cars and that same bike cop making a U-turn at the end to do more people the opposite side. He was a nice guy though, polite and patient. I'm sure he would be going to bed tonight feeling a great big sense of satisfaction, knowing that he made the roads a hell of a lot safer today.