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POLICE CHASE Motorcycle CRASH Messing With COPS Vs Bike Accident Running From The COP CHASES

EPIC FAIL Police Chase Video 2014. Motorcycle messing with cops crashes while rider is running from the police. Motorcycle stunt rider slaps a "I don't stop for cops" sticker on the side of a cops patrol car. Immediately after, the cop begins chasing the motorcycle rider. It looks like the motorcyclist is going to get away when all of a sudden the motorcycle crashes smashing into a curb at high speeds. The impact from the crash sends both bike an rider tumbling down the street. After the accident the rider jumps to his feet and attempts to restart his motorcycle. The crash gives police time to catch up. The motorcyclist fails to get wrecked motorcycle started so the rider ditches the motorcycle. The rider then catches a ride on another stunt riders motorcycle. The good Samaritan rider takes off out running all law enforcement. The motorcyclist featured crashing in this video gets away from the police and was never caught unfortunately the riders street bike was not as luck. Please SHARE & LIKE Video!!! SUBSCRIBE Blox Starz TV For NEW Videos http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=bloxstarzlifestyle Visit Blox Starz Official Web Site http://bloxstarzlifestyle.com CONNECT With Blox Starz Instagram: http://instagram.com/bloxstarz Facebook: http://facebook.com/bloxstarz Twitter: http://twitter.com/bloxstarz Google+: http://google.com/+bloxstarzlifestyle
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These are not bikers, they are immature idiots. It is unfortunate that this tool only got road rash, and probably over $5k in bike repairs. Nothing is better than seeing a jizz stain like this, crumpled up at the end of a long, bloody skid mark.
Yeah I hope this isn't celebrating or condoning this kind of behavior. Bikers are always saying "look out for us, be careful around us" and then this jack ass risks his life and the lives of people around him by speeding, disobeying traffic laws, and disregarding the public safety of everyone on this street to deface government property? I hope they catch him, take his license, and put him away for a year or so so he can learn what real bad asses are in prison. This isn't bad ass, it's immaturity at its finest.
What a moron. He probably uploaded this video to show what a rebel he is, how cool he is. The truth is he's an immature child......tried running away after he did something he knew was wrong........and paid the price. Destroyed his bike and lost respect as a rider.
And against the right group of bikers, see how far your cc gets you, ran I hope you didn't reproduce
Maybe next time we can get a cool video where after the accident your helmet cam will spin around and show us you headless body laying in the street. Just not in my town, I don't want to be delayed getting to where I need to go because they're scraping your crappy body off the street.
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