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English: Victoria Police motorcycle policeman on a BMW R1200RT motorbike patrolling the course as an escort vehicle ahead of riders at the 2010 UCI Road World Championships Elite Men's time trial. Melbourne (Geelong), Victoria, Australia.
Date 30 September 2010
Source Own work
Author jjron
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