Well that proves it I guess silver is faster than red.
I wonder when the chopper pilot said he had them for 40km over if he was using a stop watch and mile markers or was he deploying the radar laser gun from above?
That pass on the bridge I think was the double yellow very difficult to get perspective on that but it was a more than a few second count before oncoming traffic. I wonder what their visibility was there and if the double yellow was just because it was a bridge? Does anyone know that stretch of road in particular?
200Kph is just a whisper over 120Mph. Light traffic no right hand lane passing and no tailgating but definitely pushing it with the last two cages before the stop.
Not saying right or wrong just saying with the first two. Congratulations silver makes it to the check point busted first.
Second group the three riders.
Again the chopper piolit says “I got three bikes doing a buck eighty” I wonder if that is by laser radar or stop watch? Then latter the pilot says he was doing at least 180. So I am thinking stopwatch and mile markers?
Again in this group I did not see any aggressive traffic weaving.
Got to love the Mounties standing in the road way though. “this way please” go Mounties they have no fear.
Third group of two.
Definite no/no’s here lane high speed splitting and traffic aggression right hand lane passing without dues hesitation for left slow traffic to move right.
Anyway not saying right or wrong but other than the last group I am not seeing anything “reckless”.
No stand up wheelies either and such light traffic as well.
For the record I do not endorse a speed that is “relatively” substantially higher than the flow of traffic even in light traffic for your own safety. But I do know I am gettinfgf me a Canadian mounted patrol sticker.
Any BC folks know if this war radar from above or the stopwatch?