Alberta Motorcycle News

MOTORCYCLE SAFETYThe wait is over. There will be motorcycle safety training in Thunder Bay, Ontario, this summer, meaning beginners won’t have to travel long distances for rider education.

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CBC tellsIn the ongoing pandemonium caused by the raging wildfire in Fort McMurray, Alberta, at least one couple chose to flee the city by motorcycle, and CBC has their story. Dutchess and Danno Sabovitch ended up leaving Fort Mac on a bike after they were unable to get enough gas to flee safely in their car (someone stole the first can they filled up!).

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seven decadesSunday rides with the Turple family were a little different than the ones most of us remember as kids. Sure, the entire family would go out together. But they did it on one motorcycle.

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Harley-DavidsonWhen Harley-Davidson officially unveils its smoking new Roadster street-fighter at the PD13 rally in Port Dover, Ont., on May 13, it will signal two significant changes in the venerable bike-maker’s approach to the Canadian market.

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Nanton RCMPDuring May, Nanton RCMP will be conducting several traffic initiatives with a focus on young drivers and motorcycle safety. The local traffic operation reflects the Government of Alberta's Traffic Safety Plan aimed at reducing serious injury and death on the province's roadways.

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Calgary newsGood morning, Calgary! It won't get much warmer than this today; it's 2 C with light rain at 8 a.m. Here's what's happening in your city this morning. Get ready for a cool, wet Monday morning. We're seeing periods of light rain this morning that are expected to continue throughout the day,

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edmontonFamily members of a 25-year-old Edmonton man who was killed in a fatal motorcycle collision on the city’s south side earlier this week described him Wednesday as a “free spirit” who loved life.

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south EdmontonEDMONTON – A 25-year-old man was killed and a 19-year-old woman was rushed to hospital with life-threatening injuries after a motorcycle collided with a street sweeper in south Edmonton Monday night.

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Motorcycle SaferyEarly on in my four-decade radio career my Father taught me "never forget the power you have with your media" -- as such I'm proud that ALL my media peers are jumping in to advise their listeners, readers, and viewers to support a project that I got involved in recently called the Alberta Motorcycle Safety Society.

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Canadian teen motorcycleCalgary native Braeden Ortt was enjoying a pretty good 2015 motorcycle racing season. But in October, he turned it up from pretty good to spectacular at one of Europe’s greatest racing circuits.

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