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  1. Blister

    Blister Ol'Timer

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  3. Marco

    Marco Ol'Timer

    That was Briliant to watch, you see even 1953,right after war,, police entertain people, great stuff
     
  4. KZ

    KZ Ol'Timer

    Yep, quite impressive! I'd have liked to hear the original sound of the bikes. I wonder what kind of bikes the police rode in those days, 250 Ducati singles?
     
  5. PICO-PICO

    PICO-PICO Ol'Timer

    probably I will never be allowed into Rome again

    but I think this has been electronically dramatized, very successfully so.

    Not one flapping move by a single biker, always 1000% in synchronization ?

    Pico
     
  6. Marco

    Marco Ol'Timer

    I think you are right about your statement,,, but i can say that i did watch it carefully and in 0.23sec in from the dead senter to direction of 1205, there is 1 bike heading 11a clock and he need to slow down and same time stear slightely on his left to avoid coalition,, so i think it's about original footage as it can be,,,, BUT i might be wrong as well,, have a look and spot the rider.. :wink:
     
  7. PICO-PICO

    PICO-PICO Ol'Timer

    Marco,

    this a wonderful game= true or fake ?
    I could well imagine this pice to be shown in a high profile art exhibition and experts fighting from Southeby and Christies it out.

    I maintain= its fake, such synonimity is humanly impossible, not even Soviet drill would have achieved that at the time, forget about Italiens :)

    Pico
     
  8. Marco

    Marco Ol'Timer

    Pico, you been French i do understand your point of Italians,,, :lol:

    I have seen similar clip but don with HD's and not so long time ago,, but just now i cant find it, but it was done in US.

    any way nice demo anyhow.
     
  9. penetrator

    penetrator Ol'Timer

    The bikes used are possibly Gilera Saturno 500 singles. Must say it seems unbelievable that the Italians could show such discipline, the Germans probably, the British possibly, but the Italians :shock:

    I'm just amazed not 1 of the bikes suffered a typical vintage Italian electrical failure.
     

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