Bulldozer Crushes Nearly 100 Dangerous and Destructive Dirt Bikes in New York on Camera

92 of the illegal motorbikes were pulverized by a bulldozer at the Erie Basin Auto Pound in Brooklyn . Mayor Eric Adams said that the NYPD has taken about 900 of the bikes and ATVs off the streets this year .

On Tuesday, the New York Police Department (NYPD) demolished nearly 100 seized dirt bikes, all-terrain vehicles (ATVs), and other illegal motorbikes, with Mayor Eric Adams claiming that he is determined to eliminate the dangerous vehicles from local streets.According to a video shared by the Mayor's office on Facebook, 92 of the illegal rides were pulverized by a bulldozer at the Erie Basin Auto Pound in Brooklyn.Mr Adams pushed the bulldozer to the side of the trackabout halfway through the line before having to reverse and unstick a snazzy motorcycle before scaling back down to finish the job, according to the short clip.During a press conference, the mayor lauded the NYPD for completing the monumental challenge of getting rid of the massive, destructive, and illegal dirt bikes and ATVs that are on the streets of New York.

We've seen it happen when they go under attack or we do not enforce.They continue to expand over and over again.And he said I am not going to give up on my pledges and commitments to rid our streets of these bikes and make all of our boroughs one place where people can roam around.We are living up to our promise, as you can see from the number of bikes here today, Eric Adams said.

He said that the city chose to destroy the dirt bikes rather than sell or donate them because it keeps them off the road permanently.Viral Video Man Rides Overloaded Scooter, Telangana Police Share AdviceMr Adams said that many of the bikes do not have insurance and that he is asking ATV dealers to have proof of insurance and registration papers before selling the two-wheelers.