Bikers Running from Police Cars and Helicopter with a Crash Make GTA Look Weak

Ever pulled a neat police chase stunt in Grand Theft Auto or Need For Speed? Well, you can forget all that now, as the gang of outlaw bikers in the adjacent clip turned to such nasty tricks that we can only believe they were trying to prove fact is stranger than fiction.
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The riders, who mostly used Japanese sports bikes, but weren’t shy to go flat out on offroad-savy machines, got together and started pulling stunts such as wheelies and rolling burnouts on the highway. Their full traffic idiocy eventually drew attention from the police, who obviously decided to make quite an effort to apprehend the outlaws.

The officers started chasing the bikers in the patrol cars and even dispatched a helicopter in the attempt to stop the illegal riding. Unfortunately, it seems that the helicopter light only increased the riders’ appetite for tire destruction.

One of the bikers even crashes while attempting to pull a wheelie right next to a police car, with him and his motorcycle tumbling along the other riders.

The outcome

As the heat of the chase increases, the group of bikers decides to start using tunnels in order to avoid the helicopter. Towards the end of the clip, they come across a tunnel that runs under the freeway and try to use it in order to finally put an end to the chase.

As usual with such happenings, the riders play the group strength card, but make no mistake, a bunch of these bikers were arrested during the pursuit, so it’s actually better to keep such manifestations for the gaming world.

PS: today we found out the police helicopter also goes by the name of “ghetto bird”, so all we need now is a bar conversation where we can drop this random fact.

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