Three Rebels motorcycle gang learner riders from the ACT have had their learner licences suspended and a fourth Canberra bikie has been fined after being stopped by police for speeding near Goulburn last night.

Highway patrol police were performing stationary speed enforcement on the Federal Highway at Yarra at about 5.45pm yesterday when they detected the four motorcycles approaching at high speed.

Police stopped the four men, all members of the Rebels outlaw motorcycle gang, a short time later on the Hume Highway.

Three of the men, aged 19, 21 and 25, were riding on ACT Learner Licences, which restricts speed to 80km/h on NSW roads. They were issued penalty notices for exceeding the speed limit by more than 45km/h after being clocked at 131km/h in the 110km/h zone.

In addition to the fines, the 21 year old's motorcycle was also seized by police.

The fourth man, aged 50, was issued with a penalty notice for exceed speed limit – over 10km/h.