Police chase motorbikers across former Brackley golf course in Little Hulton

Police chased a group of motorbikers a across a former golf course in Little Hulton yesterday after they were seen seen causing a ‘nuisance’. Several motorcycles were spotted on the former Brackley Golf course being ridden in an ‘anti-social manner’, and the group were pursued by officers on foot and on bikes. Police then conducted a search of the area and found two unregistered Pit Bikes hidden in the undergrowth.

The police issued a warning regarding the riding of these bikes on roads and in public places. In a statement posted on Facebook on Wednesday, PS Shaw of Greater Manchester Police said: “The Salford Northwest Neighbourhood Team has been out on patrol again today using a variety of tactics to combat off road motorcycle nuisance. “A number of motorcycles were sighted being ridden in an anti-social manner on the former Brackley golf course, Little Hulton.

“The riders made off across the gold course and were enthusiastically pursued by the team who were on foot and pedal cycles. “Suspecting the bikes had been hidden a search was conducted and two unregistered off road Pit Bikes were located hidden in the undergrowth. “They clearly need to brush up on their hide and seek skills.

They have now kindly been collected by a low loader truck and taken to a police compound.

“It goes without saying that these types of bikes cannot be legally ridden on roads or in our public places.”

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