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More Than a 100 Bikers Took To The Streets In Memory Of 23-Year-Old Kyrell Tyler aka Dirt Bike Rell

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A day after a group of 100 bikers took the streets of Philadelphia in a wild ride, police and local leaders discuss how the situation could have been handled differently.

“Imagine the reckless behavior had we have gotten into a pursuit of them and started chasing them. They all would’ve went up on the sidewalks. We’re talking as rush hour is approaching, obviously kids are getting out of school,” Deputy Commissioner Kevin Bethel.

The group drove from Broad Street in South Philadelphia to Broad in North Philadelphia.

“It was wild, it was dangerous,” North Philadelphia resident Gene Morris said.

It was all supposed to be in memory of 23-year-old Kyrell Tyler aka Dirt Bike Rell.

He achieved local fame for videos he posted on Vine and YouTube performing incredible stunts on his dirt bike.

He was gun down last week while sitting in a car in the 2100 block of South 60th.

Police say he was shot nine times; by whom or why is still unknown.

His funeral was held earlier Tuesday at Broad and Lombard. From there, many of the dirt bikers who saw him as an urban legend decided to do their memorial ride.

“Dirt Bike Rell, you see the whole city loved him. We brought people from everywhere, everybody loved Rell. All over the world,

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