A lawyer for a senior member of the Hells Angels in B.C. admits his client intended to traffic 200 kilograms of cocaine in Canada, but questions whether David Giles intended to import the drugs.
A benefit ride for motorcyclists wanting to support the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation will be Saturday, Aug. 13. Registration will be from 9:30 to 10:45 a.m. at the Marine Corps League at 450 Grant St. in Chambersburg.
Police arrested several members of the Mongols Motorcycle Club during the group's annual visit to Palm Springs this weekend. Palm Springs police made "several warrant arrests and issued a few dozen citations," although the motorcycle club's visit concluded "without any major incidents," Lt. Mike Kovaleff said.
The money was raised during the 8th annual Armed Forces Day, held in Bents Park, South Shields last month, which was attended by more than 7,000 people. Around 300 riders on bikes, trikes & scooters rode from Hells Angels club house in Sunderland along the seafront to Bents Park for the start of the event.
A pair of rival motorcycle gang members were arrested Thursday afternoon in West Warwick after a fight broke out in a Dunkin Donuts. According to authorities, the altercation began inside the Dunkin Donuts at 970 Main St. around 3:30 p.m.
Vintage bike exhibits from seven motorcycle clubs will form the Club Corral display at AMA Vintage Motorcycle Days to the delight of motorcycle enthusiasts of all types, July 8-10, at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course in Lexington, Ohio.
The RCMP would like to remind that all drivers play a large role in motorcycle safety. On a motorcycle, a rider is vulnerable. Be aware of motorcyclists on the road and give them the space they need.
Proceeds go to the Cross Cancer Institute Registration for the 150 km Cancer Ride begins at 9:00 AM. After, participants will leave Fort Saskatchewan at 10:00 AM sharp!
Dawson Creek’s motorcycle club, the 97 Riders, has raised $1,929 for the South Peace Community Resources Society (SPCRS). Vice President Gordon Parker handed the cheque to SPCRS department managers Sharla Sullivan and Arden Smith on Wednesday.
The motorcycles on Main Street stretched from the House of Jade to the former Lillooet Bakery as more than 100 motorcyclists visited Lillooet July 2-3 for the second Vintage Motorcycle Canyon Run. More bikes lined the other side of Main Street from the Lillooet Museum to 7th Avenue.