The Alpharetta Department of Public Safety said an officer didn’t even attempt to stop the offender on State Route 400.
“Hopefully, the driver of the sport bike matures a little before a tragedy happens,” the agency posted to its Facebook page.
The officer opted to pass along a “brief” description to law enforcement agencies in Alpharetta, 26 miles north of Atlanta, and south of Atlanta.
In April, the Sandy Springs Police Department said a motorist was clocked traveling 172 mph on the same freeway, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported. The vehicle was traveling too fast for law enforcement to catch to make a traffic stop.
That same month, the Georgia State Patrol said tickets for speeding 100 mph or more were up nearly two-thirds amid empty freeways because of the coronavirus pandemic. In a two-week period, troopers wrote 140 citations, which didn’t include those handed out by local police.