Because of the interstate violator's compact, if you do not pay the ticket, it the state that issued you the ticket will issue you a setup number and suspend you. They will then send the info to your state, and your license will be suspended in your state also (meaning if you get caught driving, you will likely go to jail, plus you will not be able to get insurance or update your tags, etc).
Whether you get points on your record depends on your state's laws or statutes. In most states that I am aware of, you will not get points on your driving record for an out-of-state ticket (since it is a per-state driving record).
You will never convince any judge in the world to put you on probabation or deferment with those speeds. You don't accidentally go 53 mph over the limit. The only accident was getting caught (pay more attention).
Pay the ticket, and slow the hell down before you kill someone. If you want to go fast, go fast in the appropriate places. There are plenty of them. If not, expect to spend a lot of money for tickets, insurance, legal bills, and medical bills. And then don't blame the system - the problem is you. Riding fast is fun. Track fees can seem expensive - but they are nothing compared to bonds/fines, legal fees, medical bills, and lawsuits.
I know you know how stupid that speed is, I ride & have no soap box to stand on when it comes to riding & speed. Theres no dought in my mind as long as you ride a Sport Bike your going to Speed...thats what they do, they go fast, effortlessly. I ride a Monster & a KLR, two different bikes, two different riding styles. Just saying...if Speed is, or becomes a problem, maybe a different bike could be in your future. I'm not preaching, just like keeping fellow riders around to ride.
The only saving grace of speeding on a motorcycle is the fact that when you crash you usually only kill yourself.
I used to ride. And I found that there are only two kind of motorcyclists... Those that have laid em down and those that will. You have a tough enough time trying to out guess what the other idiot drivers are doing on the road. And all the while they are not paying attention to you. Also... Your bike might be the fastest crotch rocket on the planet... But if you don't respect it, it will kill you quick!
So my idea is this... Slow down and pay the ticket.
As far as the ticket... You're probably looking at a sizable ticket and possibly loss of your license. I took the time to look it up for ya.
Anything 26 miles over the speed limit requires you to appear in court.
Looks like if you speed past the posted "65" its $350 for 21-25 miles over. So 26 and above you're probably looking at $350 plus how ever much the Judge wants to tack on per mile over that.
pretty much what SPDSNYPER said but on a side note track fees are usually cheaper than costs and fines with a safety factor added. Yup pay the ticket, slow down, and thank the man upstairs your still alive to tell us about it. (Have seen my share of what speed and motorcycles can equal up too, Not pretty).
Umm, I'm not sure, I don't know if NH counts, but NY has an agreement with some states in that they will import and export penalties from other states. I can't tell you anything for sure, so you'd probably be advised to try and retain a lawyer or something. Good luck, I really am surprised you aren't in Jail/or the hospital.
I know everyone else has said it two, but SLOW DOWN, and be careful out there