Four speeding motorcyclists caught by road policing

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On Saturday morning (21 January 2023) ACT Policing detected four motorcyclists travelling between 105km/h and 121km/h on Yarra Glen.  

Police conducting routine speed enforcement activities in the posted 80km/h zone stopped the motorcyclists between 7.50am and 8.30am. 

A 44-year-old man was detected speeding at 121km/h and issued a Traffic Infringement Notice (TIN) for $700 and 4 demerit points. 

A 22-year-old woman was caught riding at 108km/h and was issued a TIN for $484 and 3 demerit points. 

Two men, aged 39 and 24 were clocked at 107km/h and 105km/h respectively. Both were also issued TINs for $484 and 3 demerit points. 

Speeding remains a major contributor to injury and death on ACT roads. It reduces reaction times, as well as increasing stopping distances and the impact of a collision, especially for vulnerable road users including motorcyclists. 

ACT Policing will continue to enforce the speed limit on Canberra roads and reminds the community to always stick to the speed limit and get to their destination safely.  

Media enquiries 

Police Media — (02) 5126 9070, 


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