A 68-year-old Upper East Side man was killed Monday afternoon in a motorcycle accident in Central Park.
Authorities have released the name of the Wallington man who they say crashed his motorcycle and died while fleeing from police in northern New Jersey early Friday.
Police say a motorcyclist traveling at a high rate of speed was killed after losing control of his bike and striking a bus and a SUV on Long Island.
Police Commissioner Ray Kelly said the ring used the city’s streets as their showroom, “shopping” for bikes and then whisking them away in no more than 30 seconds.
While responding to the scene, a FDNY fire truck struck 46-year old Reginald Brown, who was riding his motorcycle. Brown was taken to Woodhull Hospital where he died.
Police say a 22-year-old woman driving the motorcycle hit the man while he crossed the street at 57th and 10th Avenue just before 3 a.m.
The 11th Annual Orchard Beach Classic Car and Motorcycle Show is ready to hit the Bronx this weekend, packing not only the coolest cars, but also will raise money for the Widows and Children of 9/11 Fund.
They said a red, 2001 Yamaha motorcycle went over the guide rail and fell nearly 20 feet to the lower roadway.
It was one ruff ride for a motorcycle enthusiast from Tuckerton.
Police said a motorcyclist died after being hit twice, being knocked off his bike first by a white Honda SUV, then struck and killed by a Chevy.
According to police, 20-year-old Travis Smith and 83-year-old Georgia Reeve collided at 11:32 a.m. by the parking lot of a CVS pharmacy at at North Evergreen Drive.
Suffolk County police said Joseph Hancock was operating a 2000 Suzuki eastbound on Mill Road in Manorville when he crossed into the westbound lanes, then went off the road and into a tree.
Two people were injured Saturday when their motorcycle collided with a black bear that unexpectedly ran across a northern New Jersey road.
Iowa coach Kirk Ferentz says center Josh Koeppel will likely miss Saturday’s season opener after a traffic accident in Iowa City.
Hundreds of bikers are setting out from the site of the Flight 93 crash to honor the victims of the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attacks.