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Friday, 17 June 2016 12:15

Ride for Dad tomorrow.

Ride for DadNorth 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.

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Davidson 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.

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Ottawa policeOttawa 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.

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8TH ANNUAL MANITOBAThe Telus Manitoba Motorcycle Ride for Dad attracted over 1,100 registered riders raising over $330,000 in the fight against prostate cancer. This brings the eight-year fundraising total to over $1.5M. Proceeds stay in Manitoba for prostate cancer research and education.

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Ride For DadTony 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.

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Motorcycle driver diesA 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.

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8TH ANNUAL The Telus Manitoba Motorcycle Ride for Dad attracted over 1,100 registered riders raising over $330,000 in the fight against prostate cancer. This brings the eight-year fundraising total to over $1.5M. Proceeds stay in Manitoba for prostate cancer research and education.

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news feeds icon 150Lewis Hamilton stormed to his fifth Canadian Grand Prix victory on Sunday after fending off Sebastian Vettel in a race-long fight at the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve. Pole-sitter Hamilton lost the lead to Vettel at the start, but perfected a one-stop strategy to defeat the two-stopping Ferrari driver by five seconds.

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Canada's 911For the second time in Atlantic Canada, motorcycle enthusiasts, escorted by police, took to the road in support of the families of fallen emergency services personnel. A total of about 70 bikers participated in the two-day ride, with 42 police escorts.

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Friday, 10 June 2016 13:17

Ride for Dad takes place Sunday

Ride for Dad For Bill Sirman, fundraising for prostate cancer research and awareness goes hand in hand with the rev of a motorcycle. Make that hundreds of motorcycles. On Sunday, the Telus Motorcycle Ride for Dad will again roll into Kelowna for a full day of riding and raising money for prostate cancer research. The fun-filled event will include a lunch, poker run, and prizes.

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