The Deputy Police Chief of North Wales, UK, Clive Wolfendale, in his blog, asked if it wasn't time to ban motorcycles from the national parks. This after a day off with his wife which he took for a spin in one of Wales's parks. He was obviously irritated by the steady stream of motorcycles there. he went on: "The only detriment to this earthly paradise was the inescapable whine of motorcycles on the A592. "
"Revving in frustration at the snaking traffic and inconvenient speed limits, the machines seemed wholly incompatible with the otherwise pristine scene."
He added: "Only on the highest peaks (I just about managed it on a misty Helvellyn) is it possible to escape the grand prix ambience."
So when he came home, he wrote about it on his web log.
The official British Motorcyclists Federation (BMF) complained, stating that it was in breach with the Police code of conduct.
Click here to read the Police blogs.
Click here to read BMF's press release.