Friday, June 13, 2008

R.O.T. rally roars into Austin


The rev of motorcycles could be heard from miles away Thursday as thousands of bikers from across the country arrived for the annual Republic of Texas Biker rally

Tuesday, June 10, 2008

Sick Of Gas Prices? Go 2 Wheels Instead Of 4


TV5 146 s Jay Brandow shows us how locals are beating high gas prices by switching to motorcycles and scooters

Monday, June 9, 2008

Police Search For Hit-And-Run Driver At Checkpoints


EAST HARTFORD -- Police search for a driver responsible for a hit-and-run crash that killed the driver of a motorcycle in East Hartford

Kerrville Coach Is Killed


Athletic trainer is killed after losing control and crashing on his motorcycle

Motorcycle rider deaths on the rise 6/9/08


In New York motorcycle registrations are rising sharply and so are rider deaths Locally police point to two tragedies just last year where riders were wearing improper helmets

Sunday, June 8, 2008

Gas Prices Revving up Motorcyle Sales


These soaring gas prices are revving up motorcycle sales The average motorcycle gets between 50 to 70 miles to the gallon

Elmira Officials Look at Putting Some Police on Motorcycles


Saturday, June 7, 2008

Motorcycle Safety Classes Get Busy


More people riding motorcycles as a way to save on gas means motorcycle safety classes are filling up

Thursday, June 5, 2008

Biker Gathering Gets Law Enforcement Attention


A weekend event at a local Indian reservation campground is drawing members of the notorious motorcycle gang the Mongols and local law enforcement officers

Wednesday, June 4, 2008

Two Arrested For Thefts At Four Rivers Harley Davidson


Two Arrested For Thefts At Four Rivers Harley Davidson

Security Beefed Up As Biker Gang Rolls Into Town


A motorcycle gang with a history of past violence is expected to camp out at the La Jolla Indian Reservation

Tuesday, June 3, 2008

Monday, June 2, 2008

Crash Investigations: Creating Accidents?


Law enforcement agents create their own accidents as part of training

Sunday, June 1, 2008

Motorcycle Hit and Run in Bismarck


A 24 year old Fort Yates man has been arrested after hitting a motorcyclist and driving away It happened Saturday evening at the intersection of Washington and Expressway in Bismarck Authorities say the driver hit the 43 year old motorcyclist as he was turning left onto Expressway The driver was going north on Washington and ran a red light The motorcycle driver landed on the cars windshield and fell off Police say witnesses say they heard the driver say sorry and kept going A Burleigh County Sheriffs Deputy witnessed the hit and run and stopped the driver a block away Francis Red Tomahawk was arrested for leaving the scene of an accident DUI DUS and driving with no insurance The motorcycle driver was taken to the hospital to be treated for numerous injuries

Scooters Gain Popularity as Gas Prices Soar