Biker arrested after being seen on YouTube video speeding 186 miles per hour

Randy Scott speeding on his bike 
By: John Roberts 

(Scroll down for video) A biker had some fun with his motor bike by speeding down a road at 186 miles per hour. Unfortunately for the biker, he posted the video on YouTube and it caught the eye of the law.

The Canadian rider was a wanted man for the 186 miles per hour romp after posting the video on YouTube. The incident took place along the Trans-Canada in April. The man surrendered to the Vancouver police.

Randy Scott, 25, of Edmonton, appeared in a court in Kelowna, and was charged with reckless driving.

The video was recorded by a camera that was mounted on the bike, and it showed the driver weaving through traffic along a highway on Vancouver Island in British Columbia.

Scott will be appearing for trial at a later date, and was released after promising that he will not drive a motor vehicle, including motorcycles or ATVs.

He surrendered after police began questioning his friends and family. The investigators were able to track him down through public information and using the video he posted to YouTube.

Police identified both the road and the blue 2006 Yamaha sports bike valued at $8,000. The bicycle belongs to Scott's mother.