A man was driving with his family on a New York City highway when a pack of bikers attacked their SUV. According to the CSMonitor on Oct. 1, 2013, the SUV was chased for more than 50 blocks by the bikers after it bumped one of the bikes which stopped suddenly in front of it.
33-year-old Alexian Lien was driving the family's Range Rover north near West 125th Street in Harlem when the gang surrounded the SUV around 1:30 p.m. on Sunday. The gang, known as Hollywood Stuntz, gathered together to torment and horrify the family.
A biker pulled in front of the car and slowed down, which forced Lien to stop. At this point, the bikers all stop and a confrontation ensues before they attack the SUV. In the car with Lien was his wife and young child.
Lien had attempted to flee and struck a number of other bikers while trying to get away. The bikers eventually surrounded the SUV, pulled him out of the vehicle, and proceeded to beat him.
After that, Lien was taken to a hospital where he required stitches on his face. His wife and child were not injured and Lien was not charged in the incident.
28-year-old biker Christopher Cruz was involved in the original incident and was charged with reckless endangerment, reckless driving, endangering the welfare of a child and menacing, by the police.
While Cruz was not injure, another biker was run over by the SUV and suffered two broken legs. A second biker also suffered some sort of leg injury.