A biker was caught doing 123mph on a road south of York.
The motorcyclist was captured by a North Yorkshire Police speed camera hitting that speed in Stillingfleet.
The rider was doing more than double the 60mph speed limit on the road.
Police first reported the incident when it happened on 20 March.
Now the North Yorkshire Police Traffic Bureau has tweeted that the rider has been in court.
The rider, who had only held a motorcycle licence for three weeks, has been disqualified from riding for six months and forced to pay £602 in fines and costs.