Bicyclists hit the streets and a stretch of Interstate 95 in South Florida Monday for the annual "MLK Rideout," which ended with at least a handful of arrests.
Aerial footage showed a large group of bicyclists riding onto I-95 northbound in Miami-Dade as cars passed by, before exiting the highway.
The event, also called "Wheels Up, Guns Down," is meant to celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King's legacy and his message of nonviolence but over the years has turned into a celebration of lawlessness as hundreds of riders on dirt bikes and ATVs from across the country descend upon South Florida and swarm the roadways.
Despite warnings from multiple law enforcement agencies that the dangerous activity is illegal, it usually leads to several arrests and vehicles being impounded.
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But this year, mostly bicycle riders seen, with another small group of ATV and dirt bike riders also spotted.
Miami-Dade police said they made two felony arrests Monday, issued one traffic ticket, and seized one vehicle.
Pembroke Pines Police said they arrested two adults who are facing felony charges. The two were operating a motorcycle and both vehicles were impounded as a result of arrests, police said.