“Hey, man, what year is the bike?” I take my hand off the trigger of the gasoline nozzle filling the tank to look around. A young gentleman sitting in a black Lexus stopped beside me at the fuel station, leaning over the passenger seat and talking through the open window.
Unless it’s lapped traffic, Hunter Bauer has yet to see the back of an opponent’s motorcycle crossing the finish line at Welland County Speedway. With checkered flags in all eight of his starts so far this season, the young Chippawa rider leads the 85 cc, youth and 450 cc novice divisions heading into Week 5 of the points race for the track championship.
Today is World Motorcycle Day (WMD), an annual opportunity to celebrate "turning the throttle" while practising road safety. As the days and nights get longer, it's the perfect occasion to ride – as Lionel Richie would say – all night long.
When Lloyd Hamberger embarks on a 1,454-mile roundtrip motorcycle ride from Waynesboro's Renfrew Park to the Canadian town of Renfrew, he hopes people back home will donate a few coins for each mile traveled to fight cancer. Hamberger is partnering with the Waynesboro Area Gala Cancer Auction to raise money for the American Cancer Society through his journey.
North Bay’s Motorcycle Ride for Dad will take place tomorrow at 10:30 a.m. sharp! Pre-registration begins today from 3 p.m. until 7 p.m. at the Canadian Tire parking lot on McKeown Ave in North Bay.
Ever had the urge to ride the open road with the wind in your face … and a latte? Harley-Davidson Canada is putting the hog back in Hogtown with the launch Friday of its ‘1903’ café and retro biker lounge on Ossington Ave. north of Queen St. W.
Ottawa police are asking for the public's help to identify a motorcyclist "who drives erratically in traffic" and has reportedly flashed a handgun at several motorists who didn't give enough passing room. OPP and Ottawa police have investigated numerous complaints about a motorcyclist driving erratically in traffic, mainly in Ottawa's west end.
Tony Mitton has survived prostate cancer, twice. Now Mitton is organizing Medicine Hat’s first ever Ride For Dad event this Saturday. “It’s open to anybody who has a motorcycle and wants to ride with us,” said Mitton.
A motorcycle driver is dead after colliding with a vehicle southeast of Pembroke, Ont., late Tuesday afternoon. The crash happened on Greenwood Road, just east of Beachburg Road, at about 4:45 p.m.
The rumbling Elliot Lake residents might have heard in the city on Saturday was not thunder, it was the sound of nearly 200 motorcycles riding in and around the community. Mark Hutchinson, general manager of the Fireside Classic Grill and organizer of the event, was thrilled with how the fifth annual Elliot Lake Motorcycle Rally (ELMR) unfolded.