“Use Their Own Video Recordings As Evidence”

March 11, 2015

[Updated] The police have commented on the Instagram account @bermudas_bikelife — which shows a variety of bike riders — saying they “will work to identify the individuals involved and will conveniently use their own video recordings as evidence to recommend to the DPP that they be prosecuted for the offenses committed.”

Screenshot of the @bermudas_bikelife Instagram account

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Inspector Robert Cardwell, Officer in charge of Roads Policing, said, “The riding in these videos go beyond youthful mischief. The riding is dangerous as this took place on roads. There is risk of injury being caused to another motorist and to the men involved.

“We will work to identify the individuals involved and will conveniently use their own video recordings as evidence to recommend to the DPP that they be prosecuted for the offenses committed.

“Those wishing to practice the skills depicted are discouraged from using the roads in an unsafe manner for this purpose. This activity should only occur on tracks built for this purpose,” added Mr. Cardwell.

One of the videos from the @bermudas_bikelife Instagram account

Update 1.48pm: Following the police statement today, the account appears to have been removed, with the Instagram account link now leading to a page saying “Page Not Found”, and as seen above, the video no longer works.

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  1. Truth is killin' me.. says:

    Boy blue is watchin’ you!!!

    • Bikes is Bermuds Culture says:

      Looks like they where making a vid to show the world another part of Bermuda’s Culture. this is no different then the cliff diving.
      Getting Bermuda more views.

  2. ivory tower says:

    Cardwell you are such a ***** – have always been a ************* you were doing the same thing with your mates when you were young …

    • Bernews says:

      @Ivory Tower, in response, Mr. Cardwell said, “I have never done anything similar to that which is depicted in these Instagram videos.

      “The behaviour depicted is unacceptable and repeating this behaviour without fear of being identified and prosecuted is unrealistic. We [the BPS] are working hard to save lives, make safer roads and encourage responsible use of the roads.

      “16 lives lost forever in 2014 and 138 seriously injured. Serious injury includes paralysis, lost limb, brain damage and other injuries requiring extensive periods of rehabilitation with attached costs. The attached costs affects everyone through health and motor insurance premiums.

      “If you wish to chat further I am available to discuss – you know how to reach me 295-0011.”

      • BluHunnidBoy Bandz says:

        he was just flat

      • wide_open says:

        While your angle has great intentionsions, freak off. Ya tryna lock guys up for showing there talent. Why dont you support these brave fools n ask that they not do it on the roads, they obviously killd d page (which I enjoyed sharing to friends overseas) n thats backwards too, stand up for your selves, we need to evolve as one, petty nonsense like this is y I hate my culture n smh at the heads of state. Y dont u traffic police go find out where all theses tiny road mirrors are and replace them with bigger ones, u make me siq_

    • Billy Mays says:

      Well, he’s a policeman now, and his job is to keep the roads safe from morons like these.

    • Unbelievable says:

      Hahah “Ivory Tower” just got chanted.

  3. too many says:

    lol they are on bike with visible license plates doing illegal stunts on the road. Can anyone say dumb criminals!

    • top rider says:

      it aint that serz. its just a lil one wheel action. you people make it seem like there is other traffic around. he is on a open stretch with no traffic in sight. you people blow the slightest thing out of proportion.

      • bermuda born says:

        leave the kids alone no one dyin poppin wheelies

  4. Uncle Walt says:

    i have seen police with go-pro cameras now on the helmets, which is funny, i saw 3 police officers, on the orange dirt bikes on friday i believe, flying as usual, no lights, when they got to the little uphill heading east by Lukes Pond Road, well what do you know, one does a well controlled wheelie. i hope he got that on film, police speeding, again and riding recklessly again. the light complected officer himself, was wearing a side mounted go-pro on his helmet.

    • Truth is killin' me... says:

      Do as I say not as I do!!!!

    • ivory tower says:

      Exactly the hypocrisy I am talking about… one of them nearly rear ended me in St.Davids last night…driving along with my honey doing THE SPEED LIMIT and around the corner doing god knows how much speed comes a police car – subaru imprezza – he had to hit the brakes so hard you could hear the tire screech – I looked at him in his eyes via my rear mirror and shook my head. Shame on you “officer of the law”…


    • nuts says:

      I wish I had a GoPro everytime I saw the police doing their insane moves on the roads! Seen them do it all, but they are a law unto themselves!

    • PBanks says:

      While yes, several officers have been observed doing the same silly driving on bikes, it doesn’t negate the blatant obnoxious driving promoted on that instragram site.

      Get those cops on video if you can, but meanwhile get the people abusing the road laws off the road too.

    • Jonny rocket says:

      they where doing training maneuvers and recording video for analysis later. Its how they train to catch morons riding in a reckless manner.

  5. PBanks says:

    That’s how much disregard people have for the rules of the road and the (lack of) enforcement present. Publicly posting videos of their antics.

    Wonder if this was brought up at the Summit?

  6. I heart 441 says:

    This is what men/teens do. Let them enjoy themselves popping wheelies. The only harm they will do is harming themselves if they deck out. Now if they crash into someone’s car or into another person, that’s another story.

    • Billy Mays says:

      No, this is what irresponsible children do. They are on PUBLIC ROADS! They are violating the traffic laws. It’s really as simple as that. If they want to play with their toys, go find a private driveway or car park where they’re given permission by the owner. It’s not legal on public roads. Obviously.

      • HyPO(lice)crites says:

        So why do policemen do it, Billy? If it’s illegal? Hmm?

        • GoodIdeaBadIdea says:

          I don’t think I’ve ever seen a police bike in a wheelie along the right side of a lane with oncoming traffic. I’m pretty sure that would be reported pretty quickly. What I have seen is police bikes and cars driving faster than they should while not particularly on a mission (i.e. with lights / siren on).

          I’m all for stunts in a parking lot, on a closed road or even down the runway of the airport if they have permission but along a public road it’s dangerous and it’s outright wrong (and illegal). Even the best riders make mistakes and it might not only be their own skin they lose; it could be someone else’s who didn’t start their day out thinking “hey I’ll have to dodge some idiots on their cycles today”.

          Sorry I start every day thinking “Hey I’ll have to dodge some idiots on their cycles today.” because sadly that’s the truth now.


          • Jonny rocket says:

            how do you know what they are doing? those orange police bikes are light and powerful which is why wheelies are often seen. They are doing training maneuvers not acting the ***

            • Come Correct says:

              Have you ever rode a clutch bike? Absolutely 0 motorcycles are designed to go on one wheel. That’s kinda why they have 2.

    • PBanks says:

      Um, no. They could injure innocents. That alone is enough to warrant prosecution.

      If they want to get their jollies, then apply for a secure facility where they can do all the stunts they want.

  7. mj says:

    what crime has taken place???????

    • Billy Mays says:

      You must’ve missed that part of driver training. You probably should be retested yourself.

    • GoodIdeaBadIdea says:

      Like the part where a number of these videos are on bikes not licensed for road use, where the rider is driving with obvious speed in excess of the limit, the part where riders are probably in breach of section 37 of the road traffic act.

      Careless driving and driving without reasonable consideration
      Any person who drives a vehicle on a road or other public place without due care and attention, or without reasonable consideration for other persons using the road or public place, commits an offence. – I think the “reasonable consideration for other persons” probably plays into this.

      • sage says:

        Wheelies take a higher level of due care and attention, and I always take the same reasonable consideration for other persons using the roads whilst on two wheels or one.

        • GoodIdeaBadIdea says:

          But if you do it AT ALL on a public road you are driving without consideration for other persons. Not everyone is a stunt driver and that 80yo who can easily manage the rigors of driving our our roads as is might not be able to deal with the unusual sight of a rider doing something that clearly should not be happening on public roads.

          Please put yourself in the seat of the lesser skilled driver. Don’t assume that your skill can make up for their capability as a driver. We only need to be able to drive within the bounds of the norm, not the ability of a skilled rider. Don’t make the “guy on the street” be more than is expected of him by law.

          All that needs to happen is some kid run out into the road when one of these stunt drivers are speeding down Spanish point or a bike to weave into an oncoming lane. In a couple of those videos, the bike was clearly uninsured and unlicensed.

          Our roads have little room for error considering the curves, walls and other obstacles. It’s not like the US where 2 and 3 lane roads are commonplace; not that right there either. You’ll get done for stunting on public roads in most civilized countries full stop.

          I’m not saying that we don’t have a lot of skilled bike riders on the road. It’s obvious we do – but there are a lot more average drivers on the road (and a fair amount of less than average ones).

  8. Seabee says:

    The police here have bigger things to worry about. They can’t solve real crimes so they’ll focus on little ones and give themselves a good pat on the back for a job well done.

    • R u Serious says:

      You can’t be serious??? There are so many other pressing matters out there for the police to worry about. These guys know the risk of what they are doing so leave it at that! Are they bothering anyone???

      • PBanks says:

        In many cases, yes they are bothering people.

      • Jennifer Flood says:

        and, as stated earlier, but needs restating, if they are injured and/or injure someone else the entire community pays the cost of medical treatment – which in some instances is required for the rest of that person’s life!

    • Billy Mays says:

      This is precisely what the traffic police should be doing; that’s their job.

      • Anbu says:

        And yet they never do a thing about the idiots speeding down the third lane. Cry fowl over a bunch of guys doun wheelies with mainly zero traffic in sight.Every single day of the week there r idiots driving on my side of the road! Wheres the uproar there?! Thats the main potential accident causer right there. But not a thing is done. Leave these guys alone and go do some real police work. We all did that dopeyness on bikes as kids and young adults especially if u were a boy. Anyone who says they never acted up on a bike is a liar.

  9. Bermy says:

    If they are videos of guys or girls acting the fool on packed roads endangering others on public roads then sure maybe they have a case, if it’s a bunch of guys or girls pulling some wheelies and stunts in parking lots or on private roads what’s the harm? All this statent really says is we as theodicy can’t be bothered to do actual police work instead we will sit at our desks cruising the internet likely on overtime the country can’t afford. As for thestatent above about police pulling the same tricks I have seen it for myself, especially the officers who ride on the ktms.

  10. Donuts says:

    Leave them alone, they’re not bothering anyone.

    • Billy Mays says:

      They are putting others lives at risk, which is why rules of the road exist to begin with…

      • sage says:

        People who drink and drive put people at a huge risk everyone is all too well aware of yet we allow an arbitrary acceptable level of alcohol in the blood and everyone (except Johnny Barnes) speeds at least some of the time, so get off your high horse!

  11. Ameboa says:

    Always going after the ones who want to have fun and more then likely minding their own business. Why don’t the BPS do some real crime fighting for once. I agree with Ivory Tower on his final comment. Lighten up, plus how DUMB was the po po suggestion to do it on a tracks built for this purpose? Where Southside? its not even 24 hr excess to the venue. In one aspect of safety doing it on a private road and with some supervision it can be achieved without being prosecuted by police who seem to have nothing better to do then sit on the social media looking for little infarctions of the law. The youth need an outlet now to vent. At least in the one video they look like they was having fun and something to talk about when they get older with their friends and family. Did the dumb police notice that none of them had a drink or was smoking weed in the video shown? Honest fun and not disturbing no one. I doubt they even got a noise complaint that day from the neighbours.

    • GuyInTheVideo says:

      Exactly.. They should get me a 125 and a year license down the track to turn it into a positive.

      • Boohoo says:

        Stop crying.
        These guys knew they were breaking the law when they did it. They just didn’t think they would be caught.
        Now they get caught and they’re all talking about ‘but we were just playing around.’
        You still broke the law, and you still got caught.
        Wipe your weak **s tears away and act like a man.

    • Charlly X says:

      Yup I agree its all fun n games n was done not bothering traffic !
      If it was done with the flow of traffic sure look for them . The time effort and money could be used better !!! If the neighborhood was complaining , warn them !
      Lol finally a crime they can solve !!

  12. TonyC says:

    Choose from

    Driving without due care and attention
    Driving without reasonable consideration for other road users
    Driving without due care and attention or without reasonable consideration for other road users
    Dangerous driving
    Play street offences
    Motor racing on the highway
    Offences not covered by other codes (including offences relating to breach of requirements as to control of vehicle)

    I wonder what the rider who made me jump into the road this morning as she rode along the sidewalk to grab a parking space would have got?

  13. Raleigh says:

    Atleast they ain’t out here shooting and robbing stabbing and fighting they know the dangers let them be gosh are yall thing to make a free track for them to practice on
    ………i’ll wait until then let them be

    • Huh says:

      Not yet. It all starts with petty crime. Boundaries & consequences…

      • PBanks says:

        Well said. People will keep pushing the envelope as long as they know they’ll get away with it.

      • Raw Connoisseur says:

        That makes no sense they are having fun on bikes no gangbanging

  14. Uncle Walt the enabler stop says:

    @Uncle Walt,

    The officers that you have seen around the island on the Orange multi-terrain motorcycle (off/on road motorcycles) are in fact going through intense training. The lead officer is a Bermudian officer who internationally trained and the Go-pro camera is assessment tool for the training officer. As you know police are now dealing with incidents that take place on the main roads as well as off road and officers have to be trained to go where the criminals go on their cycles. It is particularly unhelpful when citizens attack law enforcement officers and not hold those people in our community accountable for their reckless actions. We then will post RIP’s and SIP’s when those very same individuals potentially lose their lives on our roads. WE the local community are ultimately paying the price, with higher insurance, persons putting our lives at risk on the roads, and the blatant disrespect for the roads that make us all unsafe. I amazed at the post that simply go on the attack at law enforcement rather call out those small persistent few who are hell bent or destroying the quality of life we should expect and demand. Stop being a community of enablers and call these individuals out and challenge them to STOP with the foolishness. Blaming the police is like blaming the mailman for bringing a a bill to your house.

    • nuts says:

      Come on, the cycle squad is just a pack race squad with 100+ hp and a badge! I’ve seen some pretty dangerous riding by them, internationally trained or otherwise!

    • stunned... says:

      whoa…stop. you are making too much sense.

  15. BluHunnidBoy Bandz says:

    ewwwww Flattttttttttt

  16. BluHunnidBoy Bandz says:


  17. clearasmud says:

    Rather than looking to prosecute them perhaps it would be better to find a venue where they can blow of some steam.

    • PBanks says:

      Well that shouldn’t be the police’s job, to find them a venue. Let them organize it and apply for the permits, etc.

      Galavanting along public roads at all times of day and night isn’t the way to go about it.

      • Seriously says:

        We have tried all they do is impound bikes even guys who just sitting watching have all u need is a mhr sticker ya bike gone what do u want us do get off our bikes and go do drugs would you like to hear about kids over dosing instead of broken bones is road rash smh think about what majority enjoy instead of only yourself

        • Varied says:

          I dont think anybody wants young people to not have fun, just do it responsibly.

          Some people wanted to play ball hockey, they organised and got the spot by Admiralty House.

          The guys who wnated to revive table tennis formed Smash and have a good thing going.

          There are things for young people to do about the place. And if they’re passionate about this, better to do so in safe environment than on public roads. Keep pushing at whoever runs Southside track or something. If the go-kart people got things rolling, and the motocross people did the same, no reason why you couldn’t eventually get your own access to a safer venue to do this

    • Huh says:

      FYI – there is a very nice venue at Southside

      • Raw Connoisseur says:

        FYI- The southside tracks are locked unless you are ah member with ah key to get in

  18. HyPO(lice)crites says:

    why don’t the BPS “use their own video recordings as evidence” and suggest prosecution to their own colleagues who ride like complete idiots putting other road users safety in to question.

    • nuts says:

      Some do ride like complete idiots!

      • Anbu says:

        Majority do actually. I know of one police cycle officer who actually knows what hes doing on those machines and thats paynter. All others r rank novices compared to him

  19. ..... says:

    Yup, it’s all fun and games until someone’s child gets killed by one of these guys.

    As for the police, I’ve seen some of them ride like lunatics too. They should police their own at the same time as they police the public.

  20. agatha christie says:

    I have this exact problem on the road running past my house – for all those who say ‘let them do it’ come sit on my patio when these cretins go past without mufflers and doing wheelies then tell me it is OK……

    • sage says:

      It is you that is the cretinous moron. Sounds like a good spot though I’ll let the crew know.

  21. FUNNYMONEY says:

    Hard to believe that people on this thread want to see these youth prosecuted. A whole lot more shameful than what they are doing. considering that what they are doing requires skill. Practice and a few bruises. Why is it that everything this color youth does is perceived criminal but when a video surfaces of a different color teen riding his bike naked on Harbour road not talk of the police taking action.

    • agatha christie says:

      because it is incredibly anti-social and in some cases dangerous to others. No question that it requires skill but don’t practice where it puts other in danger or causes a nuisance (ie show some respect.)

      • agatha christie says:

        And not just that – it builds in bad habits and sets examples to kids younger than themselves that riding a bike like this on a public road is OK despite the inherent dangers

    • PBanks says:

      This has not one single thing got to do with colour. It’s about dangerous and illegal driving, full stop, not to mention that they’re flouting it publicly.

      Let the youth who are interested in stunt riding, organize and apply for a facility. They’d probably get sponsorship too, considering this is the kind of activity that would be popular among young people.

  22. agatha christie says:

    I had a kid on a bike overtake my while doing a wheelie – he not only endangered his own life but he put me and my passengers (wife and two children) in jeopardy as well.

    • sage says:

      Did he crash? No, so that is just the opinion of someone who can’t do something and automatically fears what they don’t understand. Kid was a rider! It’s the ones who just barely squeak through “Project Ride” with minimal bike handling skills that pose a bigger danger.

      • Billy Mays says:

        You’re a fool to believe that.

        • Seriously says:

          And your are an @$$ to think that sage didn’t make a valid point

          • Creamy says:

            It’s not a valid point. Sage is an idiot about all sorts of things, including this.
            Just because the kid didn’t crash this time doesn’t it was a safe thing to do.

  23. fools says:

    meanwhile at the next fattily the same fools blaming police will say….. police need to do more and the roads are crazy and police need to crack down

  24. fools says:


  25. Triangle Drifter says:

    We all did stupid stuff on the roads in our younger days. We were invincible. We never gave a thought of any consequences to others of our stupidity. It was not OK then & it is not OK now.

    We had the BPS chasing us around. They were far more active on the roads then than now. The cycle squad was very active. Traffic court was very busy. There was no such thing a questioning radar in front of the judge.

    Every generation follows the one before. If you want to drive like fools be prepared to pay the consequences either in court or in the hospital. Your choice.

    • Billy Mays says:

      I couldn’t care less if these morons hurt or kill themselves, but I do care that they are putting others at risk; that is completely unacceptable.

  26. Karma says:

    Such a petty issue! bigger fish to fry out here and this is what makes news..really?! Funny thing is as if they really care of the boys lives who are in the videos, should they cause harm to themselves then they already know the risk and having they legal to ride then its a adult making a life choice! Pack racing should’ve been an issue wayyy back when mobilets where around etc. but no lets make the youth of today the blame for this trend that is hardly not new…n yes it would be the obvious that a video as such can snd should be used should any innoncent person get hurt..thats when the understanding would be valuable…n I agree for the venue of a bikers club etc..maybe turn it into an island attraction for locals and tourists so these boys can display their dare devil talnets

  27. ron says:

    this one stuck up island with boring people,

  28. Will says:

    Stinks of big brother police state.

  29. Crazy says:

    It’s funny how I see so many adults commenting on this thread like bike riding hasn’t been passed on from generation to generation. Half those pictures and people are doing “stunts” as you call it on private roads! So save it, all you people on here concerned about public safety commenting on threads, being pokey, giving your opinion while there are much more serious problems out there to solve.

  30. GoodIdeaBadIdea says:

    HAHA The page is down now. Hope the police downloaded all the videos already!

  31. Foolishness says:

    I lost my brother to a road accident last year. And he was not doing no one wheel wheelies. He was drunk point blank period. police ride just as carelessly as these young men, with bigger more powerful bikes….they took Coney Island from us, can’t ride south side at any giving time. So what other option do the ute have.

    • PBanks says:

      Why can’t those fellas talk to the Bermuda Motocross people and see what options would be available to them?

      Nothing wrong with wanting to do stunt riding, etc, but do it in the right (and legal) capacity.

  32. Oh,I see now says:

    If done on public roads hmmmmm,I wonder how they would feel if their antics caused a car containing a close family
    membership to crash.Sorry will not wipe away the guilt and shame on that hospital visit or funeral appearance.

  33. Just a powerful black you men says:

    I actuality people forget they was young to , if you take all there is to do from the teen more rend up it jail ! That what they want , learn how to come together as a people because I kno these aink the only one done sometin on the roAd these are not the ones dyin ther havin fun ,

  34. Jus' Wonderin' says:

    Ain’t got nothin better to do smfm. You wonder why we hate de man!

  35. Oh,I see now says:

    So save it, all you people on here concerned about public safety commenting on threads, being pokey, giving your opinion while there are much more serious problems out there to solve.

    @Crazy all big problems started out small this quote comes to mind….

    “For the want of a nail the shoe was lost,
    For the want of a shoe the horse was lost,
    For the want of a horse the rider was lost,
    For the want of a rider the battle was lost,
    For the want of a battle the kingdom was lost,
    And all for the want of a horseshoe-nail.”

    Their are no trivial matters people everything starts off small.

    • stunned... says:

      thank you…i’ve not seen this quote in oh-so-many-years!

  36. AppleSeed says:

    In the UK the Police have used laws that were enacted solely for anti-terrorism to spy on private persons who are under no suspicion whatsoever as regards terrorism – and mostly nothing else either. Prosecutions have included reporters for payments to sources and to PIs to tap phones, reporters for refusing to name sources, tax evasion, surveillance of individuals to catch them at something – dangerous driving, driving intoxicated, etc. And these are just what has been prosecuted – certainly a very small fraction of the information gathered in this way. Clearly, presumption of innocence hardly stands over there anymore and there is no privacy; if the Man wants you, he will get you. Is this really the sort of society we aspire to here? I think the Police have better things to do than pick on small guys messing around with bikes, as irritating as it may be.

  37. i love riding says:

    At least where not going around killing people let us ride our bikes btw you guys know the island is boring it is nothing to do here for us young people #staywideordontride

  38. Fedup says:

    We all know how f’ed up this island is I mean come on I’m only 20 right so I’m only talkin about maby 2 or 3 years ago now it’ll be about 930 at night and guys would always go bulls head the whole pack no main roads no cars around yet the police doing the same thing and harassing the youth they’ll chase guys wen we run n impound bikes or give out due care tickets when we stand our ground what are we really supposed to do

  39. Say What? says:

    Wait, who’s ever died from poppin a wheelie? I know that speeding has killed many, but I’ve never heard of someone dying popping a wheelie.

    No offence police, but don’t you have better things to do with your time then to watch videos? Are you that desperate for money that you are going to go after the young who haven’t hurt anyone?

    Don’t prosecute them, but give them a strong warning that going forward from today, any videos/pictures of such “traffic violations” could be prosecuted.

    • Jus' Wonderin' says:

      way worse den us guys smh…why they didn’t prosecute ya boy?!

      • damn.... says:

        mon a budmon

      • PBanks says:

        Well, now that the vid’s published, maybe the police will investigate it :)

        That fella sure didn’t act like a tourist, though. Heh.

  40. Bermyman says:

    I saw a Babylon pull up the other day down east broadway on the scrambler! No siren, no lights just plain do what you like!

    • Unbelievable says:

      I’ve seen the Police on cell phones in their cars while driving and also seen the Police not even notice other traffic offences but does that mean the public have to do it. No not really.

  41. Unbelievable says:

    I can’t believe people are actually trying to keep this as a practice. The point is that it’s dangerous driving on public roads and that’s illegal. It’s the law.

    People get hurt when stuff like this goes wrong. Lord, some of you lot have serious entitlement issues.

    • PBanks says:

      Bingo. Entitlement.

      Rules? Law? “Nah that’s mug, don.”

  42. Time Shall Tell says:

    Fools telling on themselves……

  43. Buju says:

    Good luck putting a stop to that Mr Officer. This s**t tame check out Baltimore 12oclock wheelie boyz!
    Pull up!!

  44. Anti govt says:

    So this ******* is more important then all my cousins unsolved murders???????!!!!!

  45. Keepin' it Real!...4Real! says:

    some guys can ride from somerset to st. georges on one wheel…and most of you lot can’t even make it on 4 wheels…SUPPRESSION…that’s all it is…well what can you expect from a society that makes suicide illegal…so if i decide to kill myself ,they wanna make sure they get a fine out of me first…i wont go any further with this comment as the fcc’s rules n regulations, would have as usual, the truth suppressed.

    • Varied says:

      Suppression? It’s the rules of the road, it’s nothing draconian.

  46. ron says:

    people complain about loud music, cant do stunts on your bike, a lil road rash sometimes so what! cant smoke a lil weed, the list goes on, why would any tourist under 60 years old wanna come to this island?

    • Varied says:

      The weed for personal use thing Im not bothered by, but the loud noise thing, well people are entitled to a peaceful night of sleep, gotta be fair on that.

      • Raw Connoisseur says:

        Its not just at night, people will complain about noise during the time as well. I was riding my motocross bike in my neighbourhood on ah saturday afternoon & literate just took it out & rode cross this person house & they threaten to call the police on me for trying to have some fun.

      • james says:

        i agree, some of the bikes are crazy loud

        • sage says:

          Stuff some cotton wool in your ear holes, real peaceful.

  47. Serious Though says:

    if something happens, you all be saying… Where was the police….
    common Bermuda ..

  48. Cow Polly says:

    Candidates for the Darwin Awards?

  49. Top rider says:

    you police officers need to take a few lessons from the people your trying to prosecute!! Everytime I see police officers racing each other they all come so close to hittin cars or bikes while their TRYING to be good riders! Sit back and take notes!!!

  50. Bikes is Bermuds Culture says:

    These Bermudans are trying to separate themselves from the polluting American Culture.
    Maybe they should go snatch some hand bags instead
    This is the pop-pa-wheelly that is learned when learning how to ride a push bike.
    This skill has been passed on from Generation to Generation.

    Most of the best riders of each generation turn out to become Police bike riders because of their skill. Although now adays there is the option of becoming a pro rider and go over seas.

    And be leave it or not real Bermudian kids are some of the most responsible when compared around the world

  51. Bermerican says:

    Gosh, what CAN you do on that island?!

    • Keepin' it Real!...4Real! says:

      did u noticed how not one mouth piece answered your question…well i will…NOTHING.

  52. Tbh says:

    let’s be honest..
    look how boring bermuda is for the younger generation! there aren’t many places or things to do to enjoy ourselves besides sports. maybe the government should work on activities for us to do so we won’t get ‘caught up’ as a typical bermudian would say. some of us wouldn’t have to end up doing things like this on public roads. instead of trying to beat up on us for this how about considering building a PUBLIC area for bikers to ride around in. no I don’t include the track in st.davids because that is specifically for people who want to race for competition. what about those who would like to do it just for fun? why work against us and not with us? they neverrrrr stop to ask what we want!