Seven Motorcyclists Clocked at 125 MPH on New Hampshire Highway - NBC10 Boston

Seven Motorcyclists Clocked at 125 MPH on New Hampshire Highway

The motorcyclists were arrested in Raymond, Massachusetts on Sunday afternoon

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    New Hampshire state police have arrested seven motorcyclists from Massachusetts on reckless driving charges after they were clocked riding 125 mph (201 kph) on a highway.

    Police say the arrests happened Sunday afternoon in Raymond, Massachusetts. Troopers were alerted to a group of motorcyclists traveling high speeds on Route 101.

    Police say the motorcycles were recorded traveling at 125 mph (201 kph) in a 65-mph (105-kph) zone. Two of the motorcyclists had passengers.

    All seven men are scheduled to appear in court on Oct. 16.

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