Police crack down on members of the Hells Angels Nomads at a motorbike run by Auckland. Photograph / NZ Police
One particular person has been arrested and nearly 70 infringement notices served after a Hells Angels Nomads motorbike run by Auckland.
Two unlicensed gang members have been banned from driving and 5 others had their licences suspended by police following the occasion by the North Shore and Rodney on Saturday.
The journey was additionally attended by members of the Head Hunters and Tribesmen gangs.
Police arrange checkpoints alongside the route, and stated riders had been slapped with infringement notices “for a wide range of offences”.
Eighteen automobiles have been pulled from the highway for “not being of a roadworthy customary”.
Police have thanked locals for reporting incidents of unsafe behaviour.
“This operation sends a transparent message to gangs that unsafe behaviour on our roads is not going to be tolerated by police and our group,” stated Inspector Simon Walker.
“Police will proceed to research and prosecute any people who place the security of themselves, different highway customers and the broader group in danger.”
Any considerations might be reported to police by calling 105 or visiting 105.police.govt.nz.