Television station KNXV in Phoenix reported Sunday that police in Surprise, Arizona pursued two motorcycles on Route 303 northwest of the city. The bikes then turned south on U.S. 60 and the chase reached speeds of 100 miles per hour.
One of the motorcycles stopped about 2:35 p.m. at the West Bell Road exit near the Surprise Marketplace where the rider surrendered, was taken into custody and eventually released. Police did not release her name.
A rider and passenger of the third motorcycle escaped and remain at large.
Police report that all three desperadoes were dressed in pink and were wearing patches indicating they were members of the LeFemme Knights Motorcycle Club.
The LeFemme Knights is a sister club of the Rollin Knights Motorcycle Club – a three piece patch club that states it “respects and supports all Motorcycle Clubs and Social Clubs that follow and respect the protocol of the MC Set.”
The club’s website says: “The Rollin Knights Motorcycle Club, a law abiding, not-for-profit organization, conceived in 2006 and established in 2007 in Phoenix, Arizona. We started with 16 men and women, all riders. We spent time in the community making sure they knew who we were and what we were about. We spent time at each other’s house on the weekends or out riding all day and night. In 2007 we were one of the few clubs in South Phoenix to have their own clubhouse. We have since moved to our new home, The Castle and things are getting bigger and better. We are all business professionals or active duty or retired military. We are a family and we look out for each other. We are doing things the right way and gaining a lot of respect throughout the motorcycle community.”