Expanding horizons is Good.
Occasionally, this means reading other than ST.net for a moment.
To pull this off, I need a pace that is a high rolling average, rather than a flat out haul. A roadside stop talking to the local constabulary would slow things down considerably, so I set the pace to quick but not attention grabbing.
To even speak of the Black Art
of the High Rolling Average (HRA) may ruin a long, lucky spell of no "performance awards".
But here goes:
1. Keep your stock exhaust. I love the sound of a wailin' Akropovic as much as the next piston-head, but not many LEOs are piston-heads.
2. Ten over, only when safe to do so. Twenty over only when you actually ARE a LEO.
3. Obey all the rules, all the time, with exception as noted in 2 above.
Hand signals are best. They show any LEOs that do
spot you that you know what you're doing. It suprises and mystifies everybody else, which makes you visible and possibly addled and hence, to be avoided.
4. Instead of drinking diuretics (Red Bull, coffee, tea, or sodas/pop), try chewing ginseng root instead . Washroom breaks eat into the HRA quickly, unpredicatbly and often. As noted in the article above, stops lead to
questions, like "What kind of Harley is that?". Never argue with the ignorant; it's a guaranteed time killer.
Have you got #5?
Are ya feelin' lucky, punk??