Motorcycle Law & Politics News

Hells Angels clubhouse Police are concerned after discovering a Pokemon Go “gym” stop located right outside a Hells Angels clubhouse in Coquitlam.

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Hells Angels from Alberta pause for a photo on Parliament Hill July 23, 2016.he Hells Angels rode into town late last week and then rumbled back out on Sunday without trouble.

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Hells Angels West PointAs B.C. Hells Angels mourn the recent death of a member of the West Point chapter, police say the biker gang remains a significant criminal force in the province.


Bjorn Sylvest died July 3 while on a houseboat on the Shuswap Lake, Barb McLintock, of the B.C. Coroners Service, confirmed. READ ON

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Police cracking downVancouver police are warning motorists they've launched a new blitz focused on excessively loud motorcycles and cars. The campaign began Monday and runs through the summer months.

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lane splittingOn June 14, AB 51, which codifies the act of lane splitting and finally provides some legal guidelines, passed the California State Senate Transportation Committee with absolutely no opposition. 

 

 


Thanks to an 11-0 vote, AB 51 will now makes it way to the Senate Appropriations Committee. READ ON

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Thursday, 02 June 2016 12:48

Motorcycle noise is obnoxious

Motorcycle noiseAs a fellow motorcyclist, I don’t like hearing all the noise out on the streets. The noise makers will say loud pipes save lives, but this has proven to be not true. I think it’s the image thing, which also goes along with the no helmet look.

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news feeds icon 150Nine months after rolling out the first police motorcycles in decades, West Lafayette police say they are pleased with the department’s new traffic unit. Chief Jason Dombkowski said the motorcycle units are helpful in his city, considered the most densely-populated community in Indiana.

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Guelph bylawJust because city bylaw staff have yet to issue even one ticket for motorcycle noise doesn’t mean the bylaw is pointless, says the city’s manager in charge of bylaw enforcement. “Residents have the right to voice their concerns and we would follow up,” said Doug Godfrey, manager of bylaw compliance and security.

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Hells AngelsA member of the Hells Angels Motorcycle Club has raised more than $10,000 online for his lawsuit against a Saskatchewan mining company.

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news feeds icon 150Edmonton police say they plan to target noisy motorcycles as riders return to the roads this spring and summer. "Excessive noise from motorcycles is a concern for both EPS and the City of Edmonton, and as such, the City of Edmonton community standards bylaw will be enforced throughout the city by officers as soon as we're seeing bikes out on the road,"

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