A man was speeding excessively along Dhurringile Rd in Tatura tonight when he lost control of his bike and crashed.CHLOE WARBURTON October 4, 2012 7:30pm
Police said a man who crashed his motorbike and sustained serious injuries was doing more than 200km/ph moments before.
A 24-year-old Shepparton man was taken to Goulburn Valley Base Hospital with serious leg injuries after crashing the bike on Kiota Rd.
Shepparton police Sergeant Darren Wagstaff said an unmarked police vehicle detected the bike rider speeding along Dhurringile Rd about 5.45pm.
Before police could initiate a pursuit, the rider turned east onto Kiota Rd and came off his bike less than 20m from the intersection.
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