A teenager who put a push-bike in the path of a motorcyclist has been jailed over his death.
The 16-year-old boy was sentenced to three years and two months for killing 20-year-old Michael Rice.
The teenager, who can't be named because of his age, admitted manslaughter at Bristol Crown court.
The court heard how the teen dragged a yellow bike into the path of Mr Rice who clipped the bike and crashed. The tragedy happened in Hartcliffe in April.
The jury were told that at the time Mr Rice was driving a stolen motorbike at more than 50mph along a road with a speed limit of 20mph and 'pulling wheelies'.
Bristol Crown court heard how the then 15-year-old dragged a bike into his path.
Adam Vaitilingam QC, prosecuting, said a crowd of young people gathered to watch him and there was talk of putting things in the road.
CCTV showed a young man in a grey hooded top dragging a yellow bicycle into the path of the motorbike.
An investigator explained that Mr Rice had no time to react and lost control after clipping the bicycle.
Mr Rice, who was not wearing a helmet, collided with a parked van and died.
The suspect, who was then aged 15, was identified by a local police constable from the CCTV footage.
Mr Rice's mother Donna Rice said: