Seven Massachusetts men were arrested Saturday in New Hampshire after authorities caught the motorcyclists traveling at a speed of 125 miles per hour, police said.
Around 12:21 p.m., a New Hampshire State Police Special Enforcement Unit trooper was monitoring eastbound traffic in police aircraft over Route 101 near Raymond when troopers were notified a group of motorcycles were weaving in and out of traffic, officials said in a statement.
The motorcyclists were clocked traveling at 125 miles per hour — significantly above the 65-mile-per-hour limit, according to authorities. Two of the motorcycles were reportedly riding with passengers, police said.
Troopers on the ground were able to slow traffic near Exit 4 and take the drivers into custody.
All seven men were charge with reckless operation. They are Emoni Vicente, 24, of Quincy; Anthony Walsh, 26, of Dedham; Orlando Rosario, 31, of Worcester; Sean Burr, 25, of Quincy; Dallas Rogers, 36, of Marlborough; James Vo, 30, of Braintree; and Phi Tran, 30, of Dorchester, police said.
All are due to appear in Candia Circuit Court on Oct. 16.