TWO MEN on a motorcycle cut off the waist-length hair of a woman who had been growing for two decades, said police in Brazil.The woman, whose name was not released, told police she was walking to church when she was assaulted late Tuesday, police
FIVE MEN arrested in connection with the murder of Hells Angel, Gerry Tobin, have denied the charge.Tobin, 35, was shot dead as he rode his motorbike along the M40 in Warwickshire on August 12th. On Friday Simon Turner, 41, Dane Garside, 42, Malcolm
bikes have been on the roads over the winter months. Simon Douglas, Director of AA Motorcycle Insurance, says: "We have all heard of road rage, but at this time of year the big danger to bikers is 'road rust' among drivers who have lost the habit
by a one-operator system that can fix 2,000 potholes a week, reports today's BBC News.It's claimed around 50 are already in use throughout Britain. "A high majority of Scottish councils have bought or leased one. We've had a lot of enquiries in England
Bulldog Bash festival when he was shot in the back of the head, near Warwick services on August 12 2007.Turner and Garside were members of the Outlaws gang - a rival group to the Hells Angels.
VISORDOWN'S Niall Mackenzie, James Whitham, along with female fast chick Maria Costello and motorcycle motormouth Steve Berry will appear at a RideSafe BackSafe charity event in Bolton, on Wednesday 28th January 2009, to support North West Air
THE jury is expected to be sworn in today to try seven defendants accused of murdering biker Gerry Tobin who was shot dead on the M40 in Warwickshire last year.The trial of the men, who all deny murdering 35-year-old Gerry Tobin, is expected to last
. On the third occasion, again at Pune in 1996, the team's 140 men were on 11 motorcycles and they covered 100 metres.Their fourth world record was made at Jabalpur in 2001 with 201 men on 10 motorcycles covering a distance of 100 metres.
on 020 7321 7614 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
SEVEN MEN from two rival biker gangs have been jailed for their part in a violent fight at Birmingham Airport.Birmingham Crown Court heard how around 30 Hells Angels and Outlaw members fought a violent battle at the international airport last
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