Two New Hampshire men were arrested Friday morning after they were clocked driving over 100 mph on their motorcycles on Interstate 93.
James Neveu, 23, of Manchester, was charged with reckless operation and possession of a controlled drug.
Kevin Blais, also 23, of Nashua, was charged with reckless operation.
Around 7:45 a.m. Friday, a New Hampshire State Police trooper who was monitoring northbound traffic on I-93 in Hooksett observed two sport-style motorcycles traveling up to 108 mph, weaving through traffic.
Just prior to this, three troopers working at the Hooksett Tolls observed the motorcycles enter the cash lane, stop, and then proceed northbound, accelerating up to 78 mph. A civilian employee who works for state police also witnessed the motorcycles speeding and weaving through traffic prior to the tolls.
Both Neveu and Blais were released on personal recognizance bail and are scheduled to be arraigned in Hooksett District Court on Nov. 4.