Also after hearing bout your accident, im gonna be all the more careful !!
Please do that! I'd hate for anyone to have to endure what I did... and still do. The accident itself was bad enough, and the three years in hospital to piece me back together was no joke, either. No, it's equally as much (if not more than) the 35 + years of pain and suffering with arthritic joints... even more brittle bones that now are either too long or too short, thus causing lower back and neck issues. Yup, my spine is all out of kilter because I have one leg shorter than the other and my pelvis (broken in several places) is lopsided... meaning I now walk with a pronounced limp which causes undue stresses on my spinal column.
So yes, please ride with all due care and attention.. More importantly! DO NOT SPEED!!! I was only doing 35 - 40mph when all my injuries occurred (136 fractures)... you don't need to know the devastation of impacting with a solid object at that speed, let alone any faster.
1:Ride like you are invisible.
The phrase on the race tracks is "ride it like you stole it"...
And for the winning edge... you ride like the wind cos it's a cop bike you stole.
A former acquiantance stole a cop bike once, back when Qld cops had the K-1 Honda 750's... he reckoned it was faster (take off and top end) than his Kwaka 750 3-pot two-stroke, and his worked 900 Kwaka 4-pot 4-stroke... both of which, were considered the fastest production 2 and 4-strokes on the road... back in the day, that is. Obviously, the cop bike was souped to the max (given the windshields, panniers and all that other cop paraphenalia) to easily outdo the top/fastest road bikes of the day.
Oh, and another tip, Amit, besides the obvious - don't drink AND ride - DON't try to outrun the cops.... one way or the other, they will always catch you.