KUSA - If you judge the members of the Sentinels Law Enforcement Motorcycle Club by their leather jackets, skull rings and manly monikers, you’d never expect sunglasses would be hiding tears.
Their Harleys rumble down the street and they arrive in force, their leather jackets decorated with patches.
A small Newfoundland town will receive a long-delayed thank you for opening its arms to thousands of stranded world travelers in the days after 9/11.
ANGUS - The Rebel Maidens rounded up members from all over Simcoe County to raise funds and moral support for Mike Fraser on Saturday.
For a child who has been abused, regaining their life and finding people they can trust is a hard thing to do.
A group of Sikh bikers with big hearts hope that their cross-country ride to fight childhood cancers will pave the way for a new generation of caring.
A local motorcycle club will soon be hitting the road to raise money for the North Country Family Health Center, and members of the community are invited to ride along. The sixth annual “Unmet Needs Run,” hosted by the Tranquil Thunder Motorcycle Club, will be held Saturday, July 16.
At 11 a.m. Saturday, motorcycle riders will rev their engines and set out for a 120-mile ride to raise money for victims of domestic violence. Registration for the New Hope for Tomorrow Ride 2016 opens at 9 a.m.
IF YOU'RE driving past Aussie World on Sunday morning don't be afraid. The hundreds of bikers you're likely to see riding in formation mean no harm. In fact, quite the opposite.
The Yellow Jackets Motorcycle Club, 4888 Indian Hill Road SE, Uhrichsville, will host its eighth annual bike show beginning at noon Aug. 6. Public judging will take place from 1 to 3 p.m., and trophies will be awarded at 5 p.m. Entertainment will be provided from 1 to 6 p.m.