A video has been shared on Youtube which shows a bunch of bikers in Argentina riding as a group. Some of the bikes in this group are the made-in-India Bajaj Pulsar 200 NS. Some riders are performing a wheelie, including a NS200 rider. While performing wheelie, the rider fails to notice that the biker in front of him had changed lane, and was now in his lane.
Soon there was an impact and both the bikers fell off their bikes. Luckily, none of them was badly injured. But the interesting thing here was the NS200 motorcycle of the fallen biker, was still going strong on the highway, probably because his bike’s accelerator got stuck. So now how is one suppose to stop this bike? Well, one of the other Pulsar 200 NS rider in the group was brave enough to race forward without a second thought. From what it seems, this other biker is trying to turn the ignition off. But sadly, he does not manage to do that. Instead, he imbalances the bike without any rider, which results in that bike banging into his bike and him falling on the road. Below is the video which shows this series of unfortunate incidents.
A few days back in India, a video showing a woman performing stunt on bike had gone viral and was widely being shared on Facebook and Whatsapp. Soon, cops in Chandigarh were notified about this. As per rules and regulations, you are not allowed to perform stunts on public roads.
The lady in the video, Ravinder Kaur a.k.a. Ruby is a professional gym trainer and a bike stunt woman. She has been performing bike stunts for more than 10 years now. Recently, while she was performing a stunt on her Pulsar, driver from a nearby car recorded a video, which can be seen below.
Chandigarh Police started searching for the woman in the video as she had broken rules, and had also put her, as well as other’s life in danger. Thanks to the registration no of the vehicle, which was noted by the car driver, it was not difficult to catch her.
Chandigarh Police in a statement revealed – This stunt was carried out on April 30 in between sector 17 and sector 9 of Chandigarh. We were able to track the vehicle and girl doing stunts, and fined her Rs 3000. She has deposited the fine.
Incident of performing bike stunts on public roads is on the rise. Not only is it dangerous to those performing, but also to others on the road. Just a few months ago, there was a tragic incident reported from Bangalore.
Kirtan Richie, 18, a student of JD Institute of Fashion Technology tried to impress a girl he had just met by performing a wheelie. While Shiny Kiran K was riding pillion, Richie performed the wheelie which led to her falling off the bike causing death as she came under the wheels of a mini truck coming from behind.
The accident occurred at Old Madras Road. A few days later Richie was arrested. He has confessed to the police stating that he was trying to impress the girl he had just met. Richie is an expert in biking stunts and regularly thrills his friends by performing such antics.
The girl who died – Shiny Kiran K
Richie had just met Shiny at a pub and regaled her about his biking prowess. They exchanged numbers and were in touch with each other following which they decided to meet.
Borrowing a second hand Yamaha from his friend that has been specially designed for performing a wheelie, Richie picked up his new friend from KFC at Indranagar and took her to Kasturi Nagar Park. On the way back, in front of Gopalan Mall, Kirtan suddenly performed a wheelie to impress her which resulted in Shiny falling off the bike while a passing canter truck ran over her.
Richie sped away without helping the girl and has been arrested U/s 304 IPC for committing culpable homicide not amounting to murder. This carries a maximum punishment of 10 years. The canter driver has also been arrested and has confirmed the story that the biker ahead of him performed a wheelie in front of his canter leading to the death of the girl.