YouTuber accused of recording motorcycle ride going 150 mph in Colorado arrested in Texas

 The El Paso County District Attorney announced Friday that 32-year-old Rendon Dietzman was arrested Feb. 7 in Denton County, Texas, on a Colorado State Patrol extradition warrant. The process is underway to transport him back to Colorado for his first court appearance.

Online arrest records from the Denton County Sheriff's Office show Dietzman was charged with assault, which is not one of the charges listed on a warrant for a speeding case dated Sept. 28, 2023, when Dietzman allegedly drove into a 20 Zoomed between Colorado Springs and the Denver metro area. Minutes on Interstate 25 for social media purposes.

The journey between the two cities usually takes one hour.

Police seek Texas YouTuber who filmed speeding 150 mph on Colorado highway

The video, which is no longer on YouTube but was shared by CSP last month, shows Dietzman traveling at high speed, weaving through small gaps in traffic and traveling along the highway.

Dietzman is known as Gixxer Brah on YouTube. His page description states, "I like to wheel...and go fast." The account has over 250,000 subscribers and has nearly 500 videos posted on its page, with the most recent upload being six days ago. YouTube previously told Fox News Digital that it has removed content from the channel in the past, adding that its policies prohibit "harmful or dangerous acts" that "pose a serious risk of serious bodily harm or death."

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Dietzman was charged with uttering threats, engaging in a speed contest, reckless endangerment, reckless driving, speeding 40 mph over the limit, engaging in an exhibition of speed and driving without a license plate attached. Was wanted on charges.

The Colorado State Patrol coordinated with the Dallas Police Department and the El Paso County District Attorney's Office in Texas to identify the rider as Dietzman. He was arrested at a home in Justin, Texas.


  1. Thats rather ironic eh? The States won't hold the FED GOV accountable for destroying the American Middle class but boy can they band together to catch a nobody who only drove recklessly at high speeds resulting in nobody hurt.

    1. Yep! A victimless crime. He is White, so they have to make an example out of him.


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