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Racial Profiling and alleged crooked D.C. cops

Racial Profiling is key argument in suit against DC cops  WASHINGTON (CN) – District of Columbia police officers intentionally run their squad cars into black motorcyclists, then confiscate the bikes and sell them, eight African Americans claim in a federal class action. Lead plaintiff Terry Thedale Cain claims Metropolitan Police …

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July is Minnesota Motorcycle Enforcement Month

Officials plan “special enforcement” as part of motorcycle enforcement month Minnesota state troopers will partner up with local police officers each saturday in July to promote motorcycle safety. The ambiguous wording of “through use of special enforcement” leads one to believe that motorcycle riders will be targeted and pulled over …

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Ethanol group scoffs at AMA protest of E15

Ethanol group says motorcyclists protesting E15 is ‘absurd’ By Danny King It’s not quite the Hells Angels at Altamont, but another biker group is being accused of piling on, this time by ethanol advocates. Members of the American Motorcycle Association (AMA) went to Capitol Hill on Wednesday to lobby against …

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Mongols MC sue U.S. Federal Government

Mongols MC sue over attempted trademark seizure by feds by Hook for Hdhistory.com Prosecutors from the U.S. Department of Justice have tried and so far failed at seizing the trademark image of the incorporated Mongols Nation Motorcycle Club. Over the years feds have tried numerous tactics with MCs and RICO …

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AMA speak out against E15 Ethanol

AMA  speak out against E15   The American Motorcyclist Association swarmed Washington on Wednesday to talk about the dangers of using higher ethanol blends in motorcycles and ATV engines. The organization, the latest group to speak out against E15, a blend of fuel containing 15 percent ethanol, started the day …

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Motorcycle lane-splitting bill dies in Nevada Senate

Motorcycle lane-splitting bill dies in Nevada Senate   Brian Duggan, USA TODAY RENO – A proposal to make Nevada the first state in the nation to legalize motorcycle lane splitting has died in the state Senate. The bill would have allowed motorcycles to drive between cars as long as traffic …

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