VIDEO: Biker Wipes Out Bad During 149mph Police Chase!

Watch this motorcycle rider go out the hard way while attempting to evade Arkansas State Police. After being observed speeding the biker refused to stop for police and hit speeds of 149mph in an effort to get away. The Trooper was able to keep the bike in sight for the most part until the rider lost control and crashed into the trees on a highway exit. You can skip to the 8:15 minute mark to see the wipe out. Make sure to head over to their 👇 YouTube Page below and subscribe to stay up to date on their latest videos. Be sure to share your thoughts and comments below.


“On 02/06/24 at 1134 hours I, Trp. Weatherly, attempted to conduct a traffic stop on a green 2003 Suzuki G/S (LPN: 642EP) for speeding (85 in a 55) on Highway 165 at Willow Beach Rd. I was traveling east on Highway 165 and the vehicle was traveling west on Highway 165. I traveled to the right shoulder, activated my lights for a traffic stop, and got behind the vehicle to conduct a traffic stop. The vehicle immediately accelerated at a high rate of speed towards Interstate 440. I advised ASP Dispatch I was in pursuit. I accelerated to speeds over 140 mph to keep eyes on the vehicle on Highway 165. The vehicle took the onramp to I440 west. The vehicle traveled several miles and took the onramp to I30 east. The vehicle took the Roosevelt Rd. exit, went under the bridge, and got back on Interstate 30 to go west bound. The vehicle traveled west on Interstate 30 and took the Interstate 440 east exit. The vehicle took the Bankhead Dr. exit and traveled south on Jones St. The vehicle failed to negotiate the curve on Jones St. near E. 35 St. and laid the motorcycle over on the left side in the tree line on the northbound side of the roadway. The driver, Jonathon Moore, failed to stay on the bike, traveled to the northbound shoulder, and landed in a briar patch. Additional responding officers and I pulled Moore from the briar patch to begin assessing his injuries and render aid. We assessed his injuries and stood by until MEMS responded. I ran Moore and his motorcycle through the Arkansas Crime Information Center and revealed he had a suspended license, expired registration from July 2022, and did not have insurance. East End Towing responded to take possession of the motorcycle. MEMS transported Moore to Baptist Health-Little Rock where he was treated for his injuries. Moore was charged with Fleeing, Speeding, No Liability Insurance, Driving on Suspended License, Reckless Driving, Owner Fail to Register Vehicle, and Riding without a Motorcycle Operators License”

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