Two men, aged 70 and 60, were allegedly caught speeding at 101mph and 90mph during a weekend of activity on the A82.
The campaign focused on motorcycles and police said more than 100 bikers were stopped between Fort William and Tyndrum over the weekend.
Ten were reported for alleged speeding offences and two drivers were reported for alleged careless or dangerous driving offences.
Road Policing Constable Ross McTaggart said: “A substantial element of our work is about educating riders and drivers alike. This included talking to a number of both sets of road users.
“The vast majority of motorcyclists are very responsible on our roads and our engagement with them was generally very positive.
“However, we will enforce the law where required and I would urge drivers to be mindful of their behaviour while on the roads.
“Road safety is a priority on the A82 area and we will continue to provide a presence on the roads in the area going forward.”