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He said: 'This was a planned event, organised through the use of social media.'It began at about 5.15pm, during the rush hour in this city, on Monday 31 October 2016.'Approximately 100 riders gathered en masse in the city centre.'I have seen CCTV and mobile phone recordings showing the chaos that ensued in this city over a period of more than four hours.'The court heard that Armitage, who did not take part in the event due to injury but was shown encouraging the riders on a Facebook live video, said the ride-out was to raise money for the family of 17-year-old Sophie Smith, who was murdered by her 18-year-old partner.These proactive tactics have seen us head off a number of other ride out events before they could materialise on the ground and our approach has been used nationally as best practice for policing such events.'We hope the action we have taken alongside our partners in the local authority and the Crown Prosecution Service will serve to reassure the community and send a very clear deterrent message to anyone thinking of organising or taking part in this type of activity in future.' Leeds City Council also condemned the actions of the bikers.Councillor Debra Couper, the council's executive member for a Safer Leeds added: 'The sheer disregard shown by this group of individuals for the safety of the public in riding so dangerously through pedestrianised areas of the city centre and on many busy roads is something that will not be tolerated.'We welcome therefore this action taken through the courts which has resulted in criminal convictions against those involved.Police said the lawlessness and fear caused on October 31 led to people branding the scene as like Mel Gibson film Mad Max.
Sentencing the defendants at Leeds Crown Court, Judge Geoffrey Marson QC said: 'This is a case which calls for a deterrent sentence.'Behaviour of this sort, having serious effects on this city, cannot be tolerated.'The bikers, on motorbikes, scooters, scramblers and quad bikes, gathered 'en masse' on Kirkstall Road and Leeds city centre at rush hour.
Some of the riders were not wearing helmets and some were wearing face coverings, including Halloween-style masks. The bikers were seen speeding, weaving in and out of vehicles, riding on pavements, in bike and bus lanes, through pedestrian-only areas and red lights and on the wrong side of the road, and performing wheelies and other stunts.