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Sadly, the Welsh Government does not have the powers to change national speed limits.
How can someone like himself, who lives quite close to a section of the A470 south of Rhayader where motorcyclists themselves often boast of travelling at three times the national speed limit support, this anti-social pastime?
He was found guilty at Perth's Justice of the Peace Court of speeding at almost double the national speed limit close to Blair Atholl, Perthshire, last August.
We have a national speed limit of 70mph, with a limit of 60mph on non-motorway roads.
The player was driving along the A12 at Great Wenham, near Capel St Mary, on the morning of April 3 when he broke the national speed limit, Lowestoft Magistrates' Court, in Suffolk, heard.
Snowdonia's roads offer some of the most scenic in the whole of the UK, he said, but national speed limits weren't always appropriate on our narrow and winding roads.
Coun Ridley said: "Although the road does seem very rural, I do not believe that the national speed limit is suitable for the entire road as there are many homes along it.
The Calman Commission also said the Scottish Parliament should control national speed limits and drink-driving laws.