High Speed Chase Ends With Motorcyclist Bragging About Speed

motorcycleHigh Speed Chase Ends With Motorcyclist Bragging About Speed. High speed chases can get pretty heated. Especially if the person you are chasing is on a motorcycle that can reach almost 200 mph! New Hampshire police are saying that a motorcyclist led them on a chase in which the cyclist reached at least 185 mph and when police finally caught him, he bragged about how fast he was going.
31-year-old David J. Fries of Manchester, was spotted by a state trooper going about 127 mph on Interstate 93 at about 2:45 a.m. Saturday. Eventually Fries lost the trooper and he gave up pursuit, but another trooper saw Fries crash into a guardrail after he exited on Interstate 393. This led into a chase on foot for over an hour. He was finally caught with the help of a police dog.

 
Fries was taken to the hospital and treated for minor injuries from the crash and dog. He is facing a variety of charges and his bail ishigh speed chase of motorcycles set at $30,000. I don’t know if the first thing a cop wants to hear about after chasing you for hours, is how fast you were going during the chase. In any regard, luckily no one was hurt or worse, killed.

Eric Roberts