Shocking footage has emerged showing members a gang of 200 bikers – some wearing Killer Clown masks – running amok across a city on Halloween.
The video shows the bikers brazenly law breaking on the streets of Birmingham – including ignoring red lights and standing up and dancing while pulling wheelies.
At one point, the dancing quad biker waves at people on a double decker bus while zooming alongside the bus on his back wheels.
The footage was taken by people on the bikes and shows drivers doing wheelies, driving on the wrong side of the road, weaving around cars, while doing stunts.
Scrambler bikes are driven along roads pulling wheelies all the way, the riders laughing and joking with each other, The Birmingham Mail reports.
Mayhem was caused around Birmingham and Solihull on Halloween when the ‘Reckless Ryders’ took to the streets.
The gang of 200 bikers – many wearing face coverings – ran amok, driving at speed, pulling stunts, attacking a police van and hurling fireworks at motorists.
Around 100 masked bikers surrounded a police van in Yorkminster Drive, Chelmsley Wood, kicking at wing mirrors and trying to smash windows before fleeing as back-up arrived.
The group reportedly stopped the fire service from responding to a call and one of the bikers – believed to have been riding without lights or registration plates – suffered serious chest injuries after colliding with a car in Solihull.
In one incident, bikers ignored red lights at the Spitfire island on Chester Road, Castle Bromwich.
Motorists were forced to jam on their brakes to stop ramming a gang of bikers ignoring red lights.
One of the riders, forced briefly to stop by halted car makes an insulting gesture towards the driver before speeding off.
Police branded the ride out as “outrageous and totally unacceptable”, and used stingers to stop the bikers in their tracks.