SHOCKING: Gang of Bikers Terrorize Family in high-speed Chase
SUBSCRIBE https://goo.gl/OXghgH https://www.facebook.com/deejay.gabriel.7 The family, driving up the West Side on a sunny afternoon, suddenly found themselves surrounded by motorcycles. In front of their sport utility vehicle, and behind, buzzing past on either side. A swarm of high-powered bikes had all but commandeered the three lanes of the northbound Henry Hudson Parkway on Sunday, and caught between them was the 33-year-old driver of a Range Rover, his wife and their 2-year-old daughter. When one of the motorcycles apparently slowed to a near-stop in the center lane, it was struck by the vehicle and its rider knocked to the ground. The vehicle and its occupants stayed put at first. But moments later, surrounded by the fallen biker's fellow riders, it barreled through the crowd, setting off a chase that would end in violence after the S.U.V. became stuck in traffic on a side street in Washington Heights, the police said. Several of the pursuing motorcyclists pulled the driver from the vehicle and beat him, the police said. As detectives were working on Monday to piece together the events that led to the assault, a six-and-a-half-minute recording captured on the helmet camera of one of the riders and posted to video-sharing Web sites showed the harrowing chase and the beginning of the attack. The police have made no arrests in the case. The police commissioner, Raymond W. Kelly, said the motorcyclists had been part of a planned, but unauthorized, event in which hundreds of riders gathered outside of Manhattan and intended to descend en masse into Times Square. Under the name "Hollywood Stuntz," the loosely organized ride succeeded in snarling Midtown traffic last year, Mr. Kelly said, "with well over a thousand motorcycles, dirt bikes, quads, four-wheel vehicles." At least 15 people were arrested, mostly on vehicular charges, Mr. Kelly said, and 55 motorcycles were confiscated. This was enough to break up the colossal informal ride, sending splinter groups tearing off in different directions. For those who regularly drive in and around New York, such columns of motorcycle riders are a common and sometimes frustrating feature of summer weekends. "We encountered a group of two to three hundred motorcycles," said Jon Phillips, recalling a drive on the Saw Mill River Parkway the previous Sunday. "It was rather unnerving." The New York State Police arrested eight people in July after a "street stunt ride" of nearly 100 motorcycles stretched across two upstate counties. The police said many were seen driving into oncoming traffic, forcing vehicles from the road and riding on sidewalks. That ride, too, was recorded and posted to the Web. The encounter on Sunday between the S.U.V. driver and the bikers began at about 2 p.m., the police said, as the motorcyclists filled the northbound side of the highway in Upper Manhattan. Mr. Forde said after the official ride was canceled at the last minute on Sunday, he joined a large group that headed across the Brooklyn Bridge and up the West Side. There, they encountered the sport utility vehicle. He said the driver sped up when the riders approached and hurled obscenities at them. As the video begins, the Range Rover can be seen in the center lane, surrounded on either side by motorcycles, some without license plates. One of the riders appears to slow down in front of the car and is struck, causing the group to stop and block the entire highway. The police said the collision appeared to have been inadvertent on the part of the driver. Seconds later, some of the motorcyclists, most wearing face-covering helmets, crowded around the S.U.V. The police said some began attacking it, though that is not readily apparent in the video. At least one rider present, Rene Towles, 43, offered a different account. "No biker became aggressive with the driver after the incident," said Mr. Towles, who belongs to a Brooklyn motorcycle club. "People were just trying to find out what just happened." Moments later, the vehicle accelerates toward the riders who are blocking the its path, crashing into several of them and appearing to roll over at least one motorcycle. The other arrested biker, Christopher Cruz, of Passaic, N.J., was charged with second-degree unlawful imprisonment and reckless driving. Cruz, who was uninjured, was arraigned Wednesday. Prosecutors say he deliberately slowed down in front of the Range Rover on the West Side Highway, trapping him there, but Cruz's lawyer said that was not true. It will be viewed as a criminal act by the insurance company and the insurance won't pay a dime to the biker regardless if he is found guilty or not.
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Crazy Close Dirt-bike Accident
Cruising down a country road on my supermoto with friends when someone decided to bust a U-turn in the middle of the street. Luckily, i'm not new to riding and was on my wr250x instead of the CBR600rr. All caught on the GoPro 2! Made for an even more exciting day on top of our already awesome farm trip! SUPERMOTO FTW!!!1!!!1!! People have been messaging me about the bike. Its not like it was in this video(bone stock), i have done a complete overhaul with over 3,000 invested in mods. To give you an estimate, it will power wheelie in 3rd gear with a small tug. Visit Ryan Moore at 50stunt.com for the pegs. http://sphotos-b.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-prn1/26644_4836132871680_1399718595_n .jpg This is a picture of it
Shocking footage: Motorcycle mob beat Range Rover driver
Shocking video footage shot apparently through a motorcyclist's helmet camera shows a group of biker thugs beating the driver of a Range Rover SUV. The incident took place on Sunday on the West Side Highway in New York City. We now know that the driver of the vehicle was Alexian Lien, 33. He was travelling with his wife, Rosalyn, and their 2-year-old daughter. The family were driving when they were surrounded by a mob of bikers rallying for the "Hollywood Block Party." In the video, you can see a biker slow down deliberately, causing the Range Rover to touch bumper to the bike's tire. This lead to a confrontation. According to police, one of the bikers "assaulted" the vehicle. Lien made the decision to escape. In the process, he ploughed through several of the bikers. The New York Post reports that Motorcyclist Jeremiah Mieses, 26, was hospitalized after being run-over as Lien attempted to flee. It's at this point the motorcyclists should have called 911 and let the police handle the situation. But they chase after Lien. The mob later catch up with the Range Rover at a stop light. One of the bikers attempts to open Lien's driver side door, but he guns it and takes off. Lien wasn't so lucky at the next stop. A biker takes off his helmet and smashes the driver side window. It's only when the violence begins does the camera stop. Police say Lien was pummeled and slashed by the bikers. In photos, he can be seeing laying face down in the pavement. Do you think Lien was justified in his actions? Leave your thoughts in the comments. -------------------------------------------------------- Welcome to TomoNews, where we animate the most entertaining news on the internets. Come here for an animated look at viral headlines, US news, celebrity gossip, salacious scandals, dumb criminals and much more! Subscribe now for daily news animations that will knock your socks off. Check out our official website: http://us.tomonews.net/ For news that's fun and never boring, visit our channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/TomoNewsUS Subscribe to stay updated on all the top stories: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=TomoNewsUS Stay connected with us here: Facebook http://www.facebook.com/TomoNewsUS Twitter @tomonewsus http://www.twitter.com/TomoNewsUS Google+ http://gplus.to/TomoNewsUS