Stunning second reckless bikers carry out wheelies and veer in entrance of visitors as they trip down the M11
- Alan Banz, 30, had been travelling from Epping to Whetstone at 4.30pm Sunday
- Cell phone footage recorded by passenger confirmed riders rushing down M11
- Group pulled wheelies and veered throughout lanes in entrance of surprised motorists
A gaggle of ‘reckless’ motorcyclists have been caught on digital camera risking life and limb as they carried out high-speed stunts and weaved by means of visitors alongside the M11.
Alan Banz, 30, had been travelling from Epping to Whetstone, north London, at round 4.30pm on Sunday.
The cell phone footage, recorded by his passenger, confirmed the riders rushing down the motorway earlier than pulling wheelies in entrance of different surprised motorists.
Alan Banz, 30, had been travelling from Epping to Whetstone, north London, at round 4.30pm on Sunday when he noticed the motorcyclists
Within the clip no less than half a dozen riders could be seen darting down the motorway within the left-hand lane.
Advertising government Alan pulls up alongside them as some members of the group start performing wheelies earlier than darting in entrance of the automobile.
The lady behind the digital camera says: ‘What’s fallacious with him? That is type of scary. Simply do not hit them.’
A number of the riders veer into the lane forward of Alan’s automobile as they proceed performing stunts.
The cell phone footage, recorded by his passenger, confirmed the riders rushing down the motorway earlier than pulling wheelies
A number of the riders veered into the lane forward of Alan’s automobile however continued performing the high-speed stunts
Alan’s passenger later stated: ‘It was fairly surprising and my coronary heart was in my chest, I assumed they may fall off or trigger an accident at any time.
‘In addition they seemed actually younger and I wanted they have been much less reckless however they gave the impression to be having fun with themselves and ended up displaying off to the digital camera.
‘I did really feel an adrenaline rush watching them! There have been round seven or eight of them participating.’
She stated that she had not reported the incident to the police.