A MOTORCYCLIST has been fined and suspended from driving after he was allegedly detected travelling at more than 45kph over the speed limit yesterday.
Officers from the Traffic and Highway Patrol Command were conducting speed enforcement duties on Macleay Valley Way when at about 3.20pm, they detected a Yamaha allegedly travelling at 127kph in a marked 100kph zone.
The rider allegedly increased his speed to 185kph, before being stopped by police near Frederickton.
The 61-year-old man was spoken to by police and issued an infringement notice for the offence of exceed speed limit by more than 45kph. The penalty for this offence is $2520.
The man's licence was suspended for six months.
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