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Dozens of pieces of video surfaced following Sunday’s brutal assault by a gang of bikers against 33-year-old Alexian Lien.  While these new video doesn’t show those involved in the assault, it does show more reckless bikers from Sunday’s unsanctioned event, riding dangerously and disregarding traffic laws.

PIX11 sat down with a former NYPD Sergeant and FBI agent, Manuel Gomez, who believes the NYPD will step up patrols in direct response to the national attention brought on by Sunday’s brutal attack.

“These folks are acting as if they own the roads.  It affects people at a deep level.  I can be driving down the road and this can happen to me.  That’s what’s so scary.  It could have happened to any of us,” said Gomez.

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