Just wondering if anyone in Michigan has had the pleasure of receiving this "subjective" ticket? In late January, riding the lower, I got pulled off to the side of the trail by a DNR officer at a stop sign just south of Luzerne. This was after a long straight away that I chose to throttle up a little bit. When he initially stopped me I figured it was for a decibel test; I'm running a ceramic trail can that can get a little noisy at WOT. Anyways, he asked if I knew how fast I was going and I told him no I was paying attention to the trail; he clocked me at 83 mph (reasonable on a wide open straight away in my opinion). His partner took my info and went to his truck to write a ticket. I asked him what the speed limit was? He said unless it's a posted road that the speed limit is what they consider reasonable given the conditions (weather and traffic). I asked him what they've been deeming reasonable and he said 75-80 mph; so one guy and be going 78 and not get a ticket and someone going 75 could? No sense in "edit for bad language" these guys off so I kept my mouth shut. The officer said it wouldn't affect my license or insurance and it would most likely just be a fine, but is treated as a misdemeanor. I had a call with the prosecuting attorney today and he said he really couldn't offer me anything less than what I was charged with because there isn't a lesser charge. He also couldn't give me much direction as to what my sentencing would be from the judge should I plead guilty. Seems pretty stupid to pay an attorney to fight something this nominal, but technically the charge could carry small jail time, up to $500 fine, probation, etc. Has anyone had recent experience with this in Oscoda County?