Motorcycle News Headlines: Janklow Goes to Jail; Drivers Go through Stop Signs, Kill Bike Cops; California Motorcycle Training Goes to MSF

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Bill Janklow starts to serve his sentence. California Motorcyclist Training Program is under new management. Oregon lets motorcycles shine. Drivers run stop signs and kill motorcycle cops. All you need to win a Harley is to keep you hand on it. Harley's proposed museum spawns political debate. Forget biker bars, now there is a motorcycle tea room.

**Bill Janklow Goes to Jail **
On Saturday, February 7, former South Dakota Governor and Congressman Bill Janklow spent the first of 100 nights and 30 days behind bars, his sentence in the manslaughter death or motorcyclist Randy Scott last August. He is expected to use some of his time preparing to defend the civil suit brought by Scott's family. Presumably, he won't be allowed to use the $1 million he has left in his campaign account to pay any settlement.
Aberdeen News, SD
Grand Forks Herald, ND

**MSF Takes Over California Motorcyclist Safety Program **
California's motorcycle training courses are now being administered by the Motorcycle Safety Foundation, and there is a new number to call: (877) RIDE-411. The new program administration is also looking for folks who want to be rider coaches.
California Motorcyclist Safety Program

**Oregon Helps Motorcyclists Be Seen **
A new Oregon law allows motorcycles to run up to three headlights or spotlights and to use pulsing brake lights. The reason, of course, is that lights are a great way to prevent the I-didn't-see-him blues., OR

**Motorcycle Cops Killed by Stop Sign Runners **
Motor cops in both California and Florida were killed by drivers who didn't see them -- and probably didn't look. Of course, the Florida driver said it wasn't her fault, even though she didn't have a license. The California driver was killed.
Los Angeles Times, CA
Miami Herald, FL

How Badly Do You Want that Harley?
They had to stand in the Montana parking lot with one hand on the 2002 883 Sportster without a break for anything, including the bathroom or subfreezing temperatures. After more than 35 hours and a couple cases of hypothermia, the last one standing was a 40-year-old woman
Bozeman Daily Chronicle, MT
Great Falls Tribune, MT

**Tennesse Tea Room for Motorcyclists **
The Time Warp Tea Room brings "hot tea and cool motorcycle culture to North Knoxville."
Knoxville News Sentinel, TN

**Harley's Museum Becomes a Political Issue **
The debate, of course, concerns money.
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, WI

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The devil's in the four-wheeler. Need proof? Read the stories cited here. Illustration by John Breakey