Police Motorcycles

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Harley-Davidson FXRP Police Pursuit Glide

Police Motorcycles

The use of motorcycles by police forces and departments all the world proved to be one of the most choice through the years, as maneuverability on crowded streets advantages not provided by traditional vehicles. The motorcycle’s relatively size allows it to get to accident more quickly when such as traffic collisions down access by four-wheel

Motorcycles also tend to less fuel than cars, which saves for the police departments that use The basic requirements of a police are windshields, saddle boxes, lights, and folding floorboards than foot pegs. The used vary on a number of such as geographical location or

The motorcycles used may be cruisers, bikes, touring bikes and specialized applications. The bikes are specially designed to carry communications devices and are wired for sirens. Police motorcycles possess 4-cylinders, which are four-….

Usually, the motorcycle used are by Harley-Davidson, Yamaha, Honda and Kawasaki Police Motorcycles production in 2005.


Motorcycles have been by police officers since the beginnings of the 20th century. The official police motorcycle was organized in the U.S. in 1911 by August Vollmer of the Berkeley, Police Department.

However, were used even by several police forces as vehicles. For example, according to the Detroit, Michigan police was the purchaser of police motorcycles in During the same year, the department in Evanston, Illinois, a belt-driven motorcycle for its first police officer.

The following a police officer from the Oregon Police Bureau was his personal motorcycle to patrol the

Since then, the role of the as an efficient public transportation and use by the police forces has grown becoming a must-have in any police

Harley-Davidson Police Motorcycles

Police motorcycles have used by cops for quite a now. Today, they are in 45 countries all over the world.

In Harley-Davidson introduced the first Anti-lock Braking System on the Police Road Kingand Electra Glide models. For this system has been and improved with new Brembo and no intrusion upon the saddlebags.

New to the Police Touring models a larger, six-gallon fuel electronic throttle control, final drive rear and automatic compression releases for of starting. Other features of the Police motorcycles are the Twin Cam 103 the 6-Speed Cruise Drive and a low-maintenance final belt

For the 2009 model year, offers the FLHTP Electra the FLHP Road King, the Sportster and the new XB12XP Buell Police motorcycle. The FLHTP Glide and the FLHP Road are also offered as Fire/Rescue

Honda Police Motorcycles

Many motorcycle police have recently considered their fleet from to Honda, since a Honda costs less and requires maintenance. The 2009 Honda Wing ST1300PA is specially for police duty. Features an adjustable dual-density solo a speedometer graduated in 2-mph special brackets for lights, and radio equipment, and a 7.7 gallon tank.

In Japan, the VFR 800 model is used by the law enforcement.

Yamaha Motorcycles

In the UK, the Yamaha FJR1300 has the Honda ST1300 as the patrol in several police forces, the withdrawal of the Honda due to some of difficult handling at high The FJR1300 features an electrically-adjusted controlled by a rocker switch on the which returns to its lowest when the key is off.

Yamaha has a challenger for the Harley-davidson models, the V Star 1100 Custom The model features a Police-style that offers great and weather protection through its two of height adjustability. The Air Induction (A.I.S.) reduces harmful CO and HC emissions.

Harley-Davidson FXRP Police Pursuit Glide

BMW Police Motorcycles

Everybody that BMW is one of the most popular in motorcycle police units. In BMW sold 4,284 police across the world. In 2008, were more than BMW motorcycles officially in use in over 150 on five continents.

BMW produces models such as the R1200RT and the latter not available to the general More than 225 U.S. law agencies, including the California Patrol, have BMW authority in their fleets of patrol

The RT-P is the police version of R1200RT civilian sport therefore shares the same and 1,170 cc boxer twin so it can accelerate from 0 to 100 miles per in 10.55 seconds or reach a top of 130.

UK preferred BMWs in the past and police agencies chose to to them in 2007, due to their about the handling of Japanese

The new variant can be recognized by the addition of crash bars situated the front fairing, and could be used for mounting of additional such as sirens; crash around panniers, city to panniers, single seat radio box, additional gear for equipment, emergency lower ratio gearbox capacity alternator and second

Kawasaki Police Motorcycles

The police motorcycles were in four series, and though was ceased in 2005, they are in use with many major law agencies. The most common was the KZ1000P, also known as the The motorcycle is equipped with saddleboxes, pursuit lights, and floorboards rather than

It is also designed to carry communications equipment and are wired for sirens.

The bike also has inline, normally-aspirated four-…, double engines and chain drives, and generating systems than civilian models. The most difference between the KZP and the earlier was the addition of a fiberglass fairing, to the front pursuit lights and were mounted.

Earlier police motorcycles had a windshield a shape similar to that on the older Harley-Davidson Electra motorcycle.

Harley-Davidson FXRP Police Pursuit Glide
Harley-Davidson FXRP Police Pursuit Glide
Harley-Davidson FXRP Police Pursuit Glide
Harley-Davidson FXRP Police Pursuit Glide

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