CHP Targeting Speeders on Mulholland

The Acorn, a newspaper serving the San Fernando Valley reports that the California Highway Patrol have launched a new operation called, &quo...

The Acorn, a newspaper serving the San Fernando Valley reports that the California Highway Patrol have launched a new operation called, "Operation Safe Canyons".

They've determined that the canyon roads around the greater Los Angeles area are particularly dangerous, so they're going after speeding vehicles...


The traffic safety program is an ongoing effort by the CHP and the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Lost Hills Station to make local canyon roads safer.

Read the full article...
http://www.theacorn.com/..../community/019.html

I tend to think that "vehicles" is not so much their focus but just motorcycles.

The article publishes photos of a CHP officer busting a guy on a sport bike, and then another one of a flatbed truck hauling his bike away.

If you're planning to hit The Rock Store, better watch out.

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  1. Although CHP shouldn't target those who don't deserve it, I've seen too many idiots that have no idea how to ride tearing up the canyons. These idiots should lose their bikes. This isn't the Isle of Man TT most of these morons who fancy themselves as street racers wouldn't last a second there.
    You might find this a bit over the top, but having watched some guy killed when he low sided into the canyon wall on Sunday, I think perhaps CHP have a point.

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  2. Although CHP shouldn't target those who don't deserve it, I've seen too many idiots that have no idea how to ride tearing up the canyons. These idiots should lose their bikes. This isn't the Isle of Man TT most of these morons who fancy themselves as street racers wouldn't last a second there.
    You might find this a bit over the top, but having watched some guy killed when he low sided into the canyon wall on Sunday, I think perhaps CHP have a point.

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