A woman charged with the murder of a motorcycle rider in a January road crash has been committed to the Supreme Court in Sydney.
Tweed Heads father of three Trevor Moran, 61, died when his Harley-Davidson collided on January 6 with a white Ford Falcon station wagon driven by Vanessa Fraser, 47, police allege.
Trevor was treated by NSW Ambulance paramedics but died at the crash scene.
He was a member of the Tweed Heads Motor Cycle Enthusiasts Club.
When Fraser first appeared in Lismore Local Court, her case was adjourned and she was sent to the mental health unit of the Sydney jail.
She has been remanded in custody ever since and there have been three court subsequent adjourned appearances.
On Tuesday she was found by the Magistrate to have a case to answer.
The murder trial will now be committed to the Supreme Court on November 3, 2017.
Police are still urging witnesses to the incident to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.