Police are urging motorbike riders to ride with care, after a horror weekend on New South Wales roads.
Three riders were killed in separate crashes, including two in the Hunter Valley.
On Friday night, a 50-year-old man was killed when a motorcycle and two cars collided on the New England Highway at Whittingham north of Branxton.
Less than 24-hours later, a motorbike rider died after his bike collided with a ute on Putty Road, around 50 kilometres south of Singleton.
The state’s road toll for 2019 currently stands at 98.
Meanwhile, a 25-year-old man had his licence suspended, after he was allegedly caught travelling at 169km/h in a 100km/h zone near Branxton on Sunday afternoon.