Continuing a Saskatchewan trend, there are fewer motorcycles and mopeds being registered in the province. Across Canada, and in the other Prairie provinces, the trend is going the other way.
SGI is implementing the next phase of the Motorcycle Graduated Driver Licensing (MGDL) program changes in an effort to improve safety for new motorcyclists. “New motorcycle riders are more likely to be involved in collisions than experienced riders, especially in the first three years of riding,” said Andrew Cartmell, President and CEO of SGI.
After an accident-blighted weekend, there have been calls for both automobile drivers and motorcyclists to take the utmost care on the roads in the busy months ahead. On Sunday morning a 29-year-old Regina woman was hurt when her motorbike hit a minivan at the intersection of Arthur Street and Dewdney Avenue.
The Lions Ride for Dog Guides came through Melfort recently and stopped for lunch. The motorcycle ride raises money for the Lions Foundation and stopped in Melfort on Sunday, June 12. “The purpose of this ride is to raise money for the Lions Foundation of Canada.
A man was pronounced dead at the scene after his motorcycle collided with a car Sunday afternoon. The car and motorcycle collided at about 12:50 p.m. CST near the junction of Highway 2 and Highway 15, about 26 kilometres south of Watrous, Sask.
A woman on a motorcycle involved in a crash on Eighth Street and Grosvenor Avenue on Sunday has died from her injuries. On June 5, a motorcycle with two riders collided with the side of a car making a left-hand turn from Eighth Street to Grosvenor Avenue.
The Women in the Wind Highway Hunnies celebrated International Women in the Wind ride day by taking their motorcycles out to Davidson, Sask. The group is Regina’s first and only organized female motorcycle group that aims to promote female ridership and empowerment.
Two motorcycle riders are in hospital after colliding with a car in Saskatoon Sunday night. The two riders were travelling east on 8th Street and hit the side of a car that was turning left from 8th Street onto Grosvenor Avenue.
A member of the Hells Angels Motorcycle Club has raised more than $10,000 online for his lawsuit against a Saskatchewan mining company.
A member of the Hells Angels Motorcycle Club has raised more than $10,000 online for his lawsuit against a Saskatchewan mining company. The amount is well short of the $100,000 to $125,000 Hells Angel Dean “Dinger” Bell estimates he and others need to fight their wrongful dismissal claim."