David Armitage, aged 26, of Brookfield Road, Headingley was jailed for two years; Jamie Ayres, aged 26, of Lupton Avenue, Burmantofts was jailed for 12 months; Omar Ahmed, aged 24, of Stonegate View, Meanwood was jailed for 12 months; Ashley Benson, aged 25, of Whingate Road, Armley was jailed for 12 months; Michael Clough, aged 27, of Torre View, Burmantofts was jailed for 14 months; Ben Colley, aged 26, of Butterbowl Road, Farnley was jailed for 14 months; Dean Fawcett, aged 28, of Intake View, Middleton was jailed for 12 months; Nicholas Flaherty, aged 29, of Prospect Street, Farsley was jailed for 18 months; Rachel Taylor, aged 29, of Nowell Lane, Harehills was jailed for 12 months; Joshua Hawley, aged 22, of Mead Grove, Colton was jailed for 12 months; Dylan Lockwood, aged 23, of Torre Grove, Burmantofts was jailed for 12 months; Adam Nicholson, aged 26, of Henley Terrace, Bramley was jailed for 12 months; Anton Rojas, aged 26, of Skelton Avenue, Burmantofts was jailed for 12 months.
The grass is so high that they can no longer see the figure as he slipped into the trees behind.
David Armitage, who organised the event through social media, was filmed during the incident encouraging 'carnage' and telling riders to 'shut down' the city centre.
Police said the lawlessness and fear caused on October 31 led to people branding the scene as like Mel Gibson film Mad Max.
Utilizing a dangerous and untested method of time travel, James Cole journeys from 2043 to the present day on a mission to locate and eradicate the source of a deadly plague that will all but annihilate the human race.
Cole is a convicted criminal in a post-apocalyptic future where the Earth's population is forced to live underground after a deadly virus.