Man who rode his Ducati faster than 200 kilometres per hour gets to keep his motorcycle | Ductalk: What's Up In The World Of Ducati |

A B.C. SUPREME Court judge has refused the province's attempt to seize ownership of a 2008 Ducati motorcycle clocked at more than 200 kilometres per hour in a 60 kph zone.

The B.C. director of civil forfeiture sought a court order, which was successfully challenged by Jason Alan Dery.According to the ruling by Justice Gregory Bowden, Dery has 39 motor-vehicle offences since 1990, including five 24-hour suspensions.On July 2, 2011, he was riding his Ducati 1098 motorcycle at 163 kph along Willis Point Road outside of Victoria before accelerating to more than 200 kph.

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