Capalaba police charge 28-year-old Wellington Point biker for riding dangerously on roads and parkland in the Bayside area

WANTED: Police are calling on anyone who has information regarding bikers riding dangerously in the Bayside area to come forward and report it to police.
WANTED: Police are calling on anyone who has information regarding bikers riding dangerously in the Bayside area to come forward and report it to police.

A 28-year-old Wellington Point man has been charged and his motorcycle seized after police nabbed him for numerous traffic offences.

Capalaba police said the crimes allegedly occurred throughout May and early June.

The conduct related to repeated behaviour over the two month period after the biker was seen riding a dirt bike in a dangerous manner on public roads and parkland in the Bayside area.

The man has been charged with two counts of dangerous operation of a motor vehicle, one count of driving without due care and attention, four counts of driving an unregistered vehicle, four counts of driving an uninsured vehicle, four counts of driving whilst unlicensed and one count of failing to provide particulars at a traffic crash.

The motorcycle has been seized for forfeiture in accordance with Queensland legislation and the man will front Cleveland Magistrates Court on June 25.

This comes after police charged a 17-year-old Capalaba biker in April this year, for riding dangerously on roads, parks and nature trails in Alexandra Hills.

According to police there were at least two other people committing similar offences in the area, particularly in Capalaba, and are appealing to anyone who may know the identity of the riders to come forward.

If you have information for police, contact Policelink by providing information using the online suspicious activity form