Hi all Read in Adelaide "Sunday Mail" 4/11/07, pg 24. http://www.news.com.au/adelaidenow/story/0,22606,22697791-910,00.html but acknowledged in the article to be a federal issue. I wonder about these cameras. I know it's pretty early days with not a lot of detail to hand, but I wonder about what they'll be used for when they're not tracking down outlaw club members? A bit of revenue raising? A few more high speed capable speed cameras? Also, towards the end of that article, I note reference to the federal government supporting restricting the number of "bikies" who can gather at one time to eliminate "bikie" runs. Well here's my question. Given that (at least in SA) the push is to outlaw the displaying of patches and colours, that "bikie" gangs become (at least theoretically) indistinguishable from the average non-outlaw associated bloke on a harley or a cruiser. So what if 20 of these guys get together for a cruise to their favourite spot? Is this now going to be illegal? What about the annual toy run, or other motorcycle club organised events and runs, like the pink ribbon ride, etc? How is restricting the congregation of "bikies" going to impact on other bike-related events?