The NYPD seized five more ATVs and dirt bikes off the city's streets after a group of bikers flooded the Van Wyck Expressway in Queens, driving against the flow of traffic and jumping onto the median.

Police received reports of unruly bikers on the expressway near Hillside Avenue yesterday at around 5 p.m. According to an NYPD release, officers saw the rider of a blue Yamaha ATV drive against the flow of traffic down an exit ramp, until he was forced to stop after being confronted with a wall of vehicles who had stopped to avoid hitting him.

The driver of that ATV, 30-year-old Omid Bedi, is charged with reckless endangerment, criminal nuisance, reckless driving, having an unregistered motorcycle, and using an improper license.

Later, police saw "another large group of motorcyclists riding recklessly heading south bound on the expressway" and slowed traffic so they could stop the crew. The bikers then fled through the median, ditching their bikes, a black Yamaha ATV, an orange Yamaha ATV, and a blue Yamaha dirt bike. One rider tried to escape in his red Honda motorcycle but was arrested.

That motorcyclist, Equilla Ross, 39, was charged with two counts of criminal nuisance.

Last month, the NYPD seized a large cache of ATVs, guns, and drugs from a storage unit across the street from Brooklyn's Navy Yard.