Motorcycle surpassed 200km an hour in a Bradford 50 zone

Stunt driving among the charges laid

A man from Oshawa found his license at risk after police say an unplated motorcycle was clocked at over 200 km an hour in a 50 zone in Bradford.

South Simcoe Police officers spied the high-miler on Wednesday afternoon around 3:30. While no police chase occurred due to public safety, but the motorcycle didn’t get far.

Police say the vehicle lost control and stopped at highway 11 and Bathurst Street. A 37-year-old man facing charges including dangerous driving, running from police, stunt driving. Both the man’s ride and license were seized by police, while a future court date could determine his fate.

Meanwhile, South Simcoe Police say a two-vehicle collision at Highways 27 and 9 near Schomberg resulted in a careless driving charge against a 35-year-old Alliston resident.