Your motorcycle gear can protect you from a lot of things, but it definitely can’t protect you from stupid. Or guns, it definitely can’t protect you from guns either.
On Aug. 3, 2012, Justin Wilkens was speeding in his Aprilia motorcycle and unwittingly passed Oregon State Police Officer Rob Edwards in an unmarked cop Camaro. After a few minutes of chase, Edwards rammed Wilkens off the bike, pulled a gun on him and kicked him in the chest. If you think that sounds egregious, the…
The 2016 Ford Focus RS: all-wheel drive, 2.3 liters, four cylinders, 350 horsepower, 350 pound-feet of torque... minus 100 Euros.
The reportedly drunk heckler who drew Tony Stewart’s ire at the Chili Bowl nationals last night, prompting the NASCAR star to angrily confront him in the stands is a Tulsa County sheriff’s deputy according to an update today by the Tulsa World.
CBS Dallas is following a stolen semi-truck that’s running across Texas with police in pursuit. Steam live from their helicopter’s view right here!
What’s remarkable about this video of a shirtless guy riding on a car hood in a Michigan winter and then falling off when that car hits a cop car is not the events that happen, it’s the look the driver gives the cop.
[A sweet van under the lights. Police escort, New York City.]
You would think that, by now, members of police forces all over the country have been in dozens of “Guys, we need to stop getting caught with our pants down” seminars. Apparently that’s not the case in the Bay Area, where the leader of a group of dirtbike riders notorious for pulling stunts on city streets has been…
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A 73-year-old man was pulled over for a routine traffic offense in Seattle the other day: driving without his lights on. Things went considerably worse than they should have when the man reportedly tried to snort a little cocaine right in front of the officer.
This morning, we wrote about how silly Harleys are as police bikes. Tonight, we bring you proof that a.) BMWs are better for chasing a perp on and off-road, and b.) that shooting a gun while riding through a city is pure fucking madness. But sometimes it works, kind of!
Ever wonder why you still see police officers on big Harley-Davidson bikes? If you consider this test data from the Michigan State Police, you’ll wonder even more. Their annual study once again shows that Harleys, fun as they are in their own way, just aren’t as suited to cop bike duty as other models.
Police waited at the home of a family after someone called in seeing the parents “put a child in the trunk” of the car — someone who clearly wasn’t aware that the Tesla Model S can be equipped with a third row of seats for children.
We’ve all had bad days. Days where our bikes wouldn’t start or where we got a flat in the heat of summer. Even days where everything is going right, but then we get caught speeding or have an off. This, though, is a whole new level of bad.
If you can ride a motorcycle like somebody’s life depends on it, administer first aid by yourself and watch this video without gasping you might have what it takes to be a motorcycle-riding rescuer.
North Swindon police had to apologize after using their sirens on a residential street to settle a debate among 4-year-olds over the sound their sirens make, The Guardian reports.
Good news, citizen! Remember how we all were sad with the news that the trusty work horse that is the Ford Crown Victoria was ceasing production? Worry no more, as Detroit has a new plan to keep their cruisers-a-cruisin’.
Think about how good those videos of crash tests and ridiculous Top Gear and Mythbusters specials do when they just throw an empty car at a wall as fast as they can. Would you be willing to pay to watch someone safely wreck cars for an hour? I would!
A Philadelphia police officer has been suspended after pulling over a driver and threatening to impound his car unless he and his friend purchased tickets to a police benefit. The men in the car caught the shakedown on video, along with the officer dropping some casual homophobic slurs before he let them go.
Police in Fargo, North Dakota have started livestreaming traffic stops via Periscope in an experiment for all the world to see. And so far, it’s been an embarrassing failure. But the Fargo PD doesn’t see it that way.