YouTuber arrested after recording video riding a motorcycle at 240 km/h in Colorado

YouTuber arrested after recording video riding a motorcycle at 240 km/h in Colorado
YouTuber arrested after recording video riding a motorcycle at 240 km/h in Colorado (Photo: Reprodução/YouTube)

A Texas YouTuber was arrested after being accused of recording himself traveling on a motorcycle at over 240 km/h on a Colorado highway, USA.

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Rendon Dietzmann, 32 years old, was arrested on February 7th in Denton County, Texas, under an extradition warrant from the Colorado State Patrol (CPS), according to the district attorney of El Paso County.

The Colorado State Patrol coordinated with the Dallas Police Department in Texas and the El Paso County District Attorney’s Office to identify the rider as Dietzmann.

According to the Denton County Sheriff’s Office arrest records, Dietzmann was charged with assault, which is not one of the listed charges on the warrant for the speeding case. Dietzmann is expected to be brought back to Colorado for his initial court appearance.

The incident occurred on September 28, 2023, when Dietzmann allegedly traveled between Colorado Springs and the Denver metropolitan area in 20 minutes on Interstate 25 to record a video for social media. The journey between the two cities normally takes an hour.

The video, no longer available on YouTube but shared by the CPS last month, appears to show Dietzmann riding at high speed while squeezing through small gaps in traffic and traveling on the highway’s shoulder.

Dietzmann, known as Gixxer brah on YouTube, has over 250,000 subscribers and nearly 500 videos posted on his page, with the most recent upload made six days ago. “I like riding bikes… and going fast,” reads the description on his YouTube channel.

YouTube previously told Fox News Digital that it removed content from the channel in the past, stating that its policies prohibit “harmful or dangerous acts” that “present a serious risk of severe bodily injury or death.”

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