LMFAO, you seem to think kids of this age are exempt from the law. There's motocross tracks and heaps of places you can go in the bush, that's where I went. when my dad couldn't take me I'd walk it a couple of km's till I got there. fortunately "having fun" is not a legitimate excuse for what their doing, why stop there though why don't we let the hoons use our roads as their burnout strip as well, what would be wrong with that their just having fun. It seems the minority feel the same way you do. Judging by the age they were when this incident happened they were most likely unlicensed. I've seen some of "these guys" go tearing through work sites doing at least double the posted limit. I'll never forget one in particular. While I was doing traffic control I was just told I could release my traffic, the road was one laned only three metres in width to let cars through. My traffic was already sent then I hear over the radio that this guy on a bike ran a stop bat. He only just managed to get out of the way of the on coming traffic. He wouldn't have been so lucky if a truck was coming the other way. I've also been close to running some of them down when out driving, they ride out in front of you and expect your gonna be able to stop. The road is a dangerous place as it is the last thing we need is unlicensed kids riding on our roads. That's a bit of an assumption, don't forget it says in the story that "he had never mentioned anything about Pow holding a rope when he gave a statement to police a week after the incident. Isaac told the court he had seen the other end of the rope tied to a nearby lamp post, but he admitted he had also failed to mention this in his police statement. When questioned by defence lawyer Karen Vernon, he denied making up a story about the rope and said he had been "mistaken" in his police statement and had forgotten the details."when people start changing their stories, or adding things as they go it sort of makes you think "can I trust this person".