FIVE Hells Angels members and four associates have been arrested over disappearing deer from a state forest in Auckland, New Zealand.The members of the motorcycle gang had allegedly been sneaking into the state forest at night to shoot deer roaming
Animals on the road are a constant hazard, especially in the UK. None worse than the deer; capable of prancing into your path with no care in the world. But unlike the rabbit or low flying bird, deer are - due to their lane hogging size - hard
A COUNCILLOR from Sandy in Bedfordshire has been left with broken ribs after he fell from his motorcycle when a deer ran into the road.Ken Lynch, 69, was riding from Sandy to Biggleswade on Tuesday when the accident happened.Cllr Lynch said: "I
WE SPOTTED this sign on Google Street View, which was obviously put there to let you know that deer cross the road ahead. But they've got it a bit confused - that's a funny-looking deer!Hitting a deer would be pretty bad, but piling into the side
A BIKER who crashed into a deer has been sent a £386 bill by his local council to pay for cleaning up its carcase - nine months after the accident.Robert Purdie, 61, spent four days in hospital after the red deer leapt out in front of him on the A
YouTube VideoERROR: If you can see this, then YouTube is down or you don't have Flash installed.WATCH THIS clip from this year's Sturgis Rally of a deer leaping over a moving biker.Close shave or what?
There is the smell of murder in MotoGP. And it’s getting worse.For 250s, it is slow murder, by poison, with accomplices, and not yet fully accomplished. But the final chapter is already written: the stroker princelings will be replaced by 600 Supersport clones from 2011, like it ...
shifting. The riding position cramped my legs slightly on really long stints, but otherwise I found wind protection and comfort to be first class.The brakes too are top-notch. There's nothing like a green John Deere appearing from nowhere to get your
road traffic accident: a dead deer in the middle of the road and a crashed bike with the rider, William Mark Amos, trapped beneath it. Officers initially assumed Amos, who wasn't wearing a helmet at the time of the crash, had collided with the deer
A MOTORCYCLIST was killed after his bike collided with a tractor. The incident happened on Saturday 6th October, on the B660, close to the A14. Sources say the rider's Honda Fireblade collided with a John Deere tractor. The tractor driver, a 28-year
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