Bikers from near and afar saw new and familiar faces as they gathered for a weekend of events and a shared passion this weekend in Summerside. The SummeRide Bike Rally saw more than 1,000 registered participants before its conclusion Sunday.
For the 5th year in a row, Sault Ste. Marie will host the famed Ride for Sight charity motorcycle event. On July 8, 9, 10 hundreds of motorcycle enthusiasts will descend on the community for two days of riding, fun and fundraising taking place at Stokely Creek Lodge this year.
Two points separate the top three motorcycle riders in the open novice racing class at Welland County Speedway. Brandon Newman of Medina, N.Y., took the checkered flag in Saturday night’s feature to move into first place tie with Rodrick Scott of Wainfleet in the race for the track championship.
More than a thousand bikers rallied in Summerside over the Canada Day weekend despite windy weather that blew away some vendor tents. This was the second year for the SummeRide Bike Rally.
The second annual SummeRide is set to hit Summerside on Canada Day weekend, featuring new and returning events for everybody. Carolyn Thorne, the person in charge of the event, said SummeRide isn't just for bikers.
The 2016 Telus Ride for Dad, which raises money for prostate cancer-related causes, is converging on Summerside for its 8th annual P.E.I. ride on July 2. The event is teaming up with the SummeRide bike event, which is also scheduled for this weekend in Summerside, a ride through the city.
Aside from the risk of rain Friday morning, the London region couldn’t ask for a better forecast for the Canada Day long weekend. With plenty of sunshine and daily highs in the low 20’s, there’s no doubt many will be hitting the road, or the water, to celebrate the country’s 149th birthday.
One person is dead following a motorcycle versus car accident at a driveway entrance in the 1300 block of Route 6 in Ottawa. The accident occurred Tuesday morning around 10:25.
This article originally appeared on VICE Canada. "If you do it wrong, you might die," says Kristin Munro. "So you have to trust yourself." Munro has just disembarked from her Harley-Davidson XL Sportster 1200 Roadster: Outside, more motorcycles rev their engines in the hot field fringed with lush grass, poppies, and wild lupins.
“Westward Ho!” came the message from BMW Motorrad Canada, signalling approval of a motorcycle trip from Toronto to Vancouver. But this wouldn’t be my first cross-country tour and, throughout the trek, I couldn’t help but flashback on an earlier BMW ride, made a dozen years ago.