Winnipeg Motorcycle Clocked at 200 km/h by Police Helicopter


A Winnipeg police Chopper managed to track the speeding motorcycle, which was trying to outrun and elude police.

A former high school jock was allegedly speeding, up to speeds of 200 km/h in an effort to elude police on his motorcycle, while carrying a 19 year old woman on the back of his bike.

Police allege that Paul Childs was riding a Honda CBR600F motorcycle, with a female passenger on the back of the bike.

Police allege the 20-year-old man was speeding on a Honda CBR600F motorcycle trying to avoid officers, all with a 19-year-old woman on the back of the bike.

Police allege that he was observed on his motorcycle travelling approximately 20 km/h over the posted speed limit of 80 km/h zone and that the driver was driving erractically at approximately 10:30 p.m. on June 8, 2011 on Bishop Grandin Blvd. near Island Shore Blvd.

Police allegedly attempted to pull the motorcycle over near Lagimodiere Blvd., but that the driver took off, which triggered a chase for about 24 kilometres.  The chase involved police vehicles and eventually, a police helicopter.

The police guesstimate that the motorcycle reached speeds of 200 km/h during the chase.

The motorcycle was ultimately brought to a stop on Gunn Road.

The chase and the flight resulted in numerous charges being laid, including dangerous driving and flight from police.


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