I live about 25 kms outside Bangkok and my route into town takes me along Rama III Rd from Bangkok Bridge around to Asoke. This is a very long, wide road and has about 5 or 6 time-saving flyovers crossing most intersections and you guessed it, for some strange reason bikes aren't allowed on them. :? On my occasional trips into town I do cross them as do many other bikes and I have yet to see any police checks. Until last week that was. As I approached one just past the Rama 9 Bridge area, I noticed a lone policeman standing at the side of the flyover with a walkie-talkie who raised it to his mouth upon seeing me. I was going too fast for a quick lane change so decided to carry on over the flyover and fully expected to encounter an eager posse of Boys in Brown at the other side. Now as I was going across, I was deciding what to do. Do I meekly slow down and accept the consequences or do I gun it and speed away sporting a 'Catch Me If You Can' grin as do some of the Thai boy racers in this area? Surprisingly, there was no welcoming committee on the other side and I carried on my merry way. Now I would never even think about running from the law in the UK whilst riding but why would I consider doing that in LOS? Has anyone here ever thought "Oh, to Hell with it" and just sped off.