Motorcycle detected travelling at 191km/hr in Kallangur, QLD

Police have charged a man with dangerous operation of a motorcycle after he was intercepted allegedly travelling at more than three times the legal speed limit on a suburban street north of Brisbane on Tuesday night (March 31).

Officers also seized the 34-year-old Narangba man’s motorcycle for 90-days.

Police will allege around 9pm officers were patrolling Anzac Avenue in Kallangur when they were overtaken by a motorbike travelling at high speed.

It is alleged the motorcyclist turned into the drive thru of a fast food outlet where he bent the number plate, so it was not visible, before riding off.

Police attempted to intercept the motorcycle however the rider failed to stop, speeding off with the front wheel rising into the air and was last seen by them riding west along Anzac Avenue.

The motorcycle is alleged to have sped past another police vehicle on the same road which detected it travelling at 191km/h in a 60 zone.

The motorcycle was tracked by Polair1 with police intercepting it in Thomas Street, Narangba a short time later.

The male rider returned a positive roadside drug test and was conveyed to North Lakes Police Station where he was issued with a notice to appear in the Petrie Magistrates Court on July 6 for evade police, dangerous operation of a motor vehicle and drug driving.

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