Police have charged 14 people with offences linked to a Halloween 'ride out' which forced the closure of a major Leeds road.
Dozens of motorbikes and quad bikes congregated on Kirkstall Road, before a large group broke away and rode through pedestrian areas in the city centre.
The 13 men and one woman have all been charged with causing a public nuisance on October 31, 2016.
They are due to appear at Leeds Magistrates' Court on Thursday, May 4.
Who has been charged with causing public nuisance?
David Armitage, aged 26, of Brookfield Road, Headingley
Jamie Ayres, aged 26, of Lupton Avenue, Burmantofts
Hernani Banza, aged 27, of Shafton View, Holbeck
Omar Ahmed, aged 24, of Stonegate View, Meanwood
Ashley Benson, aged 25, of Whingate Road, Armley
Michael Clough, aged 27, of Torre View, Burmantofts
Ben Colley, aged 26, of Butterbowl Road, Farnley
Dean Fawcett, aged 28, of Intake View, Middleton
Nicholas Flaherty, aged 29, of Prospect Street, Farsley
Rachel Taylor, aged 29, of Nowell Lane, Harehills
Joshua Hawley, aged 22, of Mead Grove, Colton
Dylan Lockwood, aged 23, of Torre Grove, Burmantofts
Adam Nicholson, aged 26, of Henley Terrace, Bramley
Anton Rojas, aged 26, of Skelton Avenue, Burmantofts.
Ben Colley has also been charged with driving while disqualified and without insurance, while Nicholas Flaherty faces an additional charge of perverting the course of justice.
All those charged were arrested as part of Operation Dice, an investigation led by Leeds District CID following the incident.
It led to an injunction being granted to Leeds City Council, under Section 1 of the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014, which bans anyone from participating in anti-social driving of motor vehicles, including motorbikes and quad bikes, involving two or more motor vehicles in any public place in the Leeds district.
The full order, which carries a power of arrest, was granted for five years at Leeds County Court in January.