The T-1000 was a pretty vicious killing machine, but it was also a mighty fine pilot on anything with two wheels. From what we can tell, the cop in the following video is clearly the template from which the T-1000 was cast.

Competing in a motorcycle obstacle course, this policeman wields his heavy Harley-Davidson police-edition Road King like it's a toy. The pegs scrape, the onlookers gasp and this cop runs through the course cleanly, much to the relief of the terrified cones. This bit of riding is two-wheeled poetry in motion.

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      Keith C
      • 3 Years Ago
      OK. Now we need someone to give him a ticket, 'cause I'm pretty sure he just broke several of the laws of physics.
      jon f
      • 3 Years Ago
      Their cone budget is out of control!
      shawoo
      • 3 Years Ago
      I have been riding for over 20 years. Road raced 10 of those years WERA and AMA. Not much impresses me anymore on a bike. That was amazing control. Clutch/Gas/Balance. Anyone that says crap about tq, low center of gravity or anything else is just a moron. Big props to the man that just ran that course.
        Tweaker
        • 3 Years Ago
        @shawoo
        I've been riding almost 40 years. I've entered two of these competitions, with no prior experience but about an hour of practice, I placed 1st and then 2nd to a CHP moto instructor. There is really only two main tricks. Use your back brake (lots and don't touch the front) and always look where you want to go. Then practice the course, so you don't get lost. It's not as hard as it looks, especially with what he has to ride. No doubt he has mastered the bike but it's way easier than riding most any other bike. Most of the time he is letting those 2 big cylinders torque it through and using the rear brake for balance and speed control. This eliminates most of the clutch work which creates weight transfer problems in the corners.
          Incredible
          • 3 Years Ago
          @Tweaker
          Trail brake, trail brake and more trail brake. I guess you got down-rated by non-riders. I ran the MSF course, including the box, on my Hayabusa. It's not rocket surgery.
      TC
      • 3 Years Ago
      Soon after this his skin turned all silver and he started asking people if they knew where John Connor was.
      feralchimp
      • 3 Years Ago
      AB, y'all need to get some more info on this guy so we can make with the fan mail. *Amazing* throttle/clutch control. The low-end torque makes it easier to avoid low-siding from a stall, but makes it harder to do everything else with precision. The low CG helps, but one surge in the middle of a tight turn like that and you'll immediately bust the cone line. I'd probably highside in the first 10 seconds of this course, and I've been riding for 13+ years.
      Swagger
      • 3 Years Ago
      What a complicated course! I'm more impressed with his memory than his cycling skills.
      cardsgnr
      • 3 Years Ago
      Aight, how's his marksmanship?
      brmintz
      • 3 Years Ago
      after failing miserably at the MSF 'box' this was beyond heavenly to watch
        Incredible
        • 3 Years Ago
        @brmintz
        Trail brake is your friend. (Aced MSF 1st try.)
        Rob
        • 3 Years Ago
        @brmintz
        Yeah, the box almost had me repeating the test.
      Hazdaz
      • 3 Years Ago
      Wow. Even knowing how low the center of gravity that bike has, I am still hugely impressed.
      Bob Bednar
      • 3 Years Ago
      totally, delightfully sick
      fortis
      • 3 Years Ago
      I don't evan have that much control over my life!
      David Salter
      • 3 Years Ago
      It is amazing - then he speeds up quite quickly on the straight bits. Does not even seem to touch any of the orange hats.
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