September 30, 2013 at 5:48 AM ET – In a new video uploaded to Youtube Sunday, a Range Rover SUV can be seen running over several motorcycle riders during a group ride in New York City. The video, originally uploaded by Youtube user Kawasaki Kevin, is one of 20 GoPro-recorded shots of that day’s ride.
In one video titled “GOPR2900”, the group of motorcycle enthusiasts can be seen stopping in the middle of Henry Hudson Parkway just past the exit to 125th Street, stopping traffic in the process. At the 20 second mark of the video, a biker wearing a white shirt and black vest can be seen peering into the Range Rover. The biker then pulls directly in front of the SUV, and “brake checks” the vehicle by quickly slowing down. It’s not clear from the video as to whether the biker was knocked down, but in the moments that follow, all riders slow to a halt. The black-vested biker, now on foot, appears to strike the SUV with his hand at the 45 second mark of the video. Seconds later, the SUV begins to drive, running over several bikers in the process.
The bikers then pursued the SUV on Henry Hudson Parkway, until the Range Rover exited to I-95. Just before the I-95 North and South split, several bikers cause traffic to halt. At 5:00 into the video, one biker is seen running towards the SUV, opening its door before the vehicle drives off. The Range Rover then took the exit to W 178 Street in Washington Heights. Traffic caused the SUV to stop at the 500 block of W 178 Street, where one biker proceeded to smash the vehicle’s driver side window out using his helmet.
None of the other videos uploaded to that Youtube channel Sunday reveal what occurred after the SUV’s window was broken. Although comments to the Youtube video suggested that one biker died, as of yet there has been no official news related to the injuries sustained from the incident.