Showboat biker mocks cops by performing death-defying stunts during chase

California has become known for its wild police chases, but a motorcyclist who performed death-defying stunts while being hotly pursued by highway patrol could be a first.

The unidentified motorcyclist who was being chased Wednesday for reckless driving decided to have some fun along the way.

Los Angeles News | FOX 11 LA KTTV

The hour-long pursuit that stretched through two Los Angeles counties gave the man time to mock police and perform a series of tricks. His “talents” included popping wheelies, running red lights and standing on his moving bike, hands free – of course.


At one point the motorcyclist turns back towards a patrol car and rides past so closely, he could have high-fived the officer.

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It’s not certain if the mocking motorcyclist was a straggler from a 2014 incident where California cops weren’t able to contain a gang of “fast and furious” bikers who taunted police and took over highways.

But this time, cops got their man.

Wednesday’s high-speed chase that had reached up to 100 mph ended when the motorcyclist finally surrendered.

The case is being investigated by the San Bernardino Sheriff’s Department, reported


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