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Race profiling next in anti-bikie state?

Could we soon see laws in Queensland where it is illegal to associate with Asians, wear clothes with Asian symbols and face extra penalties if an Asian is convicted of any offence? In their haste to make headlines for the toughest anti-bikie laws in the world, the Queensland Government has not only trampled the rights …

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Motorcycle Council launches fighting fund

The Australian Motorcycle Council will start a fighting fund to support any High Court challenge to new anti-bikie legislation. (IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO SIGN THE PETITION AGAINST THESE DISCRIMINATORY LAWS, CLICK HERE.) The AMC move comes as police have questioned a man over concerns he was a bikie because he was wearing a Sons …

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Leather vests attract cops under anti-bikie laws

Riders wearing leather vests (like those pictured) can expect to be pulled over and questioned under the world’s toughest anti-bikie laws. Motorcycle Riders Association of Queensland president Cris Mearns says that on the same day the Vicious Lawless Association Disestablishment Bill became an Act of Queensland Parliament, his organisation received two complaints from innocent, law-abiding …

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Anti-bikie Bill rushed through Parliament

Queensland now claims to have the toughest anti-bikie laws in the world. The Vicious Lawless Association Disestablishment Bill 2013 was successfully rushed through Parliament and passed at 2.50 this morning. That’s less than 12 hours after it was introduced. The purposes of the Bill (now an Act) are to “disestablish” declared outlaw motorcycle clubs by …

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Party pledges support

The only sitting state politician to attend our rally today has issued a press release pledging his support to our cause. This is his press release: The United Australia Party’s Queensland Leader Dr Alex Douglas says the party will oppose new bikie laws in Queensland which will enable police to stop motorcyclists in groups of …

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Wheelie & lose your bike

Spring could be a crushing time for some riders in the Sunshine State. 
Pop a wheelie or do a burnout in Queensland and your bike could be confiscated for 90 days – the toughest anti-hoon penalty in Oz. Do it again in the next five years and your bike could be sold or crushed. No …

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Axing speed leeway a killer

For years Queenslanders have been told that “every K over kills”, yet we’ve never been provided with any such evidence. Just how many people die or are injured in accidents where the speed is just a few km/h over the posted speed?
 Silence. Yet Police Commissioner Ian Stewart has now announced that the 10km/h leeway …

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Texas: 1st Biker Friendly town

Don’t take your guns to town, Billy Joe, but you can take your bike to Texas; that’s Queensland, not US of A. The small southern Downs town has become Australia’s first “Biker Friendly” town in much the same way that towns can be declared “RV Friendly”. The credit for the town’s elevation among biker destinations …

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LIDAR radar speed gun pulled

A lesson in speeding fines

A friend of mine recently got a rude shock when he opened a Queensland Government stamped envelope. I’ll let him tell the story: “I pulled out an ultimatum from the Department of Transport and Main Roads that read “you have accumulated 12 demerit points against your traffic history through traffic offences committed during a continuous …

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