Me and Bluekawi were riding east on the US 60, heading for canyon. We pass a motorcycle cop on the side of the road, he was just getting on his bike, and didn't even have his helmet on yet. We weren't really speeding. Neither of us have speedometers, so were just going with traffic. A few miles later, he comes flying up behind us, throws on his lights, and pulls us both over. We pull over side by side, and he pulls over 100 feet farther down the road. He turns around, and signals us both to pull up to him. I'm thinking to myself "Your kinda new to this whole 'Traffic stop' thing aren't you?" We pull up, dismount, and he informs us that he stopped us cause he couldn't see our plates as we passed him miles earlier. Both of us have our plates mounted underneath the tail with our trunks removed. He cites us both (not a fix-it ticket, a full citation) for "License plate attachement." I checked the A.R.S. as soon as I got home, and it states that the plate must be clearly visible. It doesn't state, as the officer said, that it must be visible from the side. I think this will be an easy fight.
Now for the funny part. We all mount up. The officer looks at us like he's waiting for us to go first. Naturally, we conceded that privilege to him
. He then dismounts, and starts pushing his bike. He had to push start it. I start laughing my ass off, and he looks right at me. Now, you wanna see something funny, its watching a cop push his bike down the side of the freeway.