Motorcyclist stopped after reportedly speeding at 111mph

PUBLISHED: 17:09 17 May 2020 | UPDATED: 17:09 17 May 2020

The motorcylist was recorded speeding at 111mph Picture: GOOGLE MAPS

The motorcylist was recorded speeding at 111mph Picture: GOOGLE MAPS


Police have stopped a motorcyclist who was allegedly speeding at 111mph on the A11 in Suffolk.

Norfolk and Suffolk Roads and Armed Policing Team (NSRAPT) said on Twitter they stopped a motorcyclist at Red Lodge, between Newmarket and Thetford, on Sunday afternoon.

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The rider of the motorcycle had been recorded at 111mph - the national speed limit on dual carriageways is just 70mph.

NSRAPT warned: “Clear roads does not change the speed limit.”

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