Nicholas Caddy was jailed after he drove at dangerous speeds in Ashton on April 13.
Police on motorbike patrol in the area first became suspicious of Caddy's driving when they saw a passenger leave a white VW Golf R in a hurry.
Officers followed the car and when they tried to get the driver to pull over, the car sped away.
Caddy reached speeds of 100mph as he overtook a van on a bend and swerved to avoid stationary traffic in the Birchfield Road area.
He sped through a red light on Lozells Road, hitting 90mph before turning on to Soho Road.
It was at that point Caddy lost control of the car and crashed outside a nursery before trying to flee on foot but was quickly arrested.
PC Steve Lovering, who was one of the two police motorcyclists who pursued Caddy, said: “This was appalling driving at really high speeds through the streets of Birmingham.
“We worked out that the pursuit covered a distance of 1.6 miles and took 90 seconds, meaning an average speed of 64mph.”
In interview, Caddy said he had spotted police when he dropped his friend off at the shop, and that he’d panicked because the friend had left a bag of cannabis in the car.
Caddy, of Marfield Close, Minworth, admitted dangerous driving at Birmingham crown court on Friday and was jailed for a year and banned from driving for 42 months.