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what it takes to be a moto police rider

Discussion in 'Multimedia' at netrider.net.au started by papermate, Jun 26, 2010.

  1. #1 papermate, Jun 26, 2010
    Last edited by a moderator: Jul 13, 2015
    im assuming this is motorbike training for police in Japan, but never the less the reaction skills are awesome if you ask me.

    [media=youtube]Ikx2sJcecnQ[/media]

    [media=youtube]X0CSgMUSbkk[/media]
    (far out look at the precision on the line on this one....)

    [media=youtube]NoSsm12dAW8[/media]

    [media=youtube]EVfKNjUtqNk[/media]
    (mock runnaway from a scooter....lol)

    [media=youtube]Q0qqWBdj7Qc[/media]
    (this is just a crazy video of a scooter doing a u turn on a highway followed by a motorbike cop doing the same chasing him....)

    i remember when i first did my learners they asked you what you rated yourself a rider out of 10. i said 7.

    realisitically i am a 2.


     
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  2. They have to put their foot down when they stop, weak.


    You have to remember if they mess up they are never seen again.
     
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  3. Brilliant skills! I'm very impressed, especially considering those VFR800s weigh like 240 kgs wet plus the weight of the police gear.
     
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  4. Not so much training as public demonstrations. The 2nd vid's description says it's the Fukuoka prefectural police running a demonstration for a driving school. The low speed run over a plank is pretty similar to part of the over 400cc license test that applies to Japanese civilian riders.

    Oh, and the little obstacle courses are used for motorcycle gymkhana - an organised sport over there and not just for law enforcement. Japan is just way ahead of us when it comes to low speed skills.
     
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