Posted on August 26 2017



Well, here we are once again! Another cop wielding his gun around without due cause. Unless there's unseen footage that even remotely justifies this cop (if he really is a cop) to pulling a gun on this biker, then retraining and holding him against his will, this cop is way out of line and his legal rights to enforce. From what we can see, the cop who we might even believe is one his way home from a baseball game or bar, or both, zips in between the bikes and almost runs them off the road. If you've ever been on a bike, when a 2 ton vehicle comes flying at you at a high rate of speed, that's one scary moment! It raises the blood pressure about as high as it goes. In retaliation, one of the bikers drives up to the truck and hits the right side mirror. This must of been enough to make this cop think it's okay to pull a gun and basically kidnap an individual.





 Once the truck comes to a stop, the bikers do as well. The man jumps out of his truck with his gun a blazing telling the biker to get off his bike. Once the biker complies to the gun wielding maniac, the "cop" drags him up to his truck and insists he get in the truck. Now this is where it gets weird, wouldn't most cops call for a on duty officer or back up? We don't see any of that here, nor do we see a badge displayed or presented as evidence of who he is. After a few minutes of struggling at the door of the truck, the biker decides he's had enough and isn't going anywhere. In the meantime, a few bystanders show up to help calm the situation and figure out what's going on. Eventually the bikers breaks free from this guy, and explains to the pedestrians whats going on. But we can't figure out what happen because the "cop" is now on the ground.





All the meanwhile, the bikers buddy is urging him to "get on your bike", lets go. When the bikers buddy tries to start the bike, it seems like the bike's battery is dead. Eventually the bikers make their way out of this craziness, but not without kicking the "cop" right in the nugget as they walk away. Whether or not this guy was an actual cop and within in his legal rights is yet to be seen. As always, we here at BikesVsCops do not condone running from the cops, or breaking the law in any kind of way. But what we do like to do is watch videos of motorcycles running from cops and give our spin on it. That’s why our motto is “The Chase Begins Here”



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