A 38-year-old Saskatoon man is in hospital after a motorcycle crash early Friday morning.
It happened at the bottom of the Broadway Bridge around 1 a.m.
Police say a traffic officer clocked the bike at more than 100 km/h headed northbound on the bridge. The officer tried to slow the rider down by turning on his sirens.
The motorcycle was going too fast to make it around the corner at the bottom of the bridge, hitting the curb around the boulevard.
The rider was thrown from the motorcycle. Paramedics took him to Royal University Hospital.
Alcohol and speed are believed to have been factors in the crash.
Police reported Friday morning that charges are pending.
Traffic was blocked in the area to allow collision analysts to work.
As of 9:45 a.m. Friday, police reported those traffic restrictions were removed.