Round Two of the Edmonton Motorcycle Roadracing Association’s 2016 race season fired up on June 19th, just outside of Edmonton, Alberta at Castrol Raceway. Castrol Raceway is the largest racing facility in western Canada and houses the 2.7km, 14-turn road circuit.
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.
A fundraising campaign kicks off Saturday to build a monument in Veterans' Park for Canadian soldiers who died in the war in Afghanistan. The fundraising kickoff parade and poker run starts at 11:25 a.m. in Revolution Place and will include local army and air cadets honour guards.
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.
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.
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.
The first annual ‘Backroad Ball’ is being held in Penobsquis, N.B. June 17-19, 2016. The event aims to bring together women from across New Brunswick and the surrounding area, who share a love of riding motorcycles.
Despite a civil forfeiture claim against it, the Hell’s Angels clubhouse in Kelowna’s North End has been busy lately with lots of big bikes coming and going. That could come to an end early next year when the Angels and their lawyers face off against the B.C. Civil Forfeiture office in a Vancouver courtroom.