Mo' Bad Boy Bikers
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Biker Races Monorail as it Departs Westlake
Seattle Man Arrested After Monorail Stunt
Suspect says, "I didn't see a single "Keep Out" sign!"
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A local man was arrested Saturday after completing a bizarre stunt in which he rode a motorcycle from Westlake Mall to the Seattle Center---about a mile and a half---along the track of the Monorail, over 40 feet above street level.
Scot Hasenkamp was taken into custody without incident after he stopped on the track on the west end of the route.
"It was a lark," Hasenkamp admitted. "We've been planning this for a couple of years now. I did a lot of practicing in parking lots by chalking off a course that was exactly as wide as the monorail track, and then riding along that path until I knew I could stay within the lines no matter what. Then there was all the planning involved in sneaking the bike to the monorail platform at Westlake, and then we had to get it through the toll gate and out onto the track. We worked hard to pull this off."
Asked if it was worth it, Hasenkamp replied, "Let's wait and see how much my bail is before we make that determination."
Hasenkamp had arranged to videotape the stunt, and then sell rights to the video tape to various "Extreme Sports" shows in the TV market. In a twist of cruel irony, one photographer forgot to bring a charged camcorder battery, and the other was mugged for his camera at 5th and Blanchard, so no videotape was taken.
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