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Ajay Lodhari and three fellow motorcyclists found an open stretch on Interstate Highway 94 in June and gunned their engines. Within minutes, Lodhari and one of his friends pulled off an exit. That's when three state police officers caught up to them.
The bikers were going so fast the troopers didn't even get a radar read. They asked Lodhari, who admitted it was 150 mph. He didn't know it, but that was the fastest anyone had been cited in four years of available data.
Lodhari, 24, of Kenosha, looks back with mixed emotions. He enjoyed the "adrenaline rush" and could have gone faster: "I had a whole other gear to go."
But he said it was stupid to go that fast, considering he could have been jailed, lost his job and "gotten in some really, really deep trouble."
Instead, he and his friend got court supervision. As far as his driving record goes, the incident never happened.