British Columbia Motorcycle News

Wednesday, 17 February 2016 11:33

Motorcycle fest wants to move to school site

Cheri Blu sits on her 2008 Kawasaki Concourse at last year’s Squamish Motorcycle Festival. - See more at: http://www.squamishchief.com/news/local-news/motorcycle-fest-wants-to-move-to-school-site-1.2174842#sthash.jFcoc2FV.dpufHowe Sound Secondary site requires board exemption. The Squamish Motorcycle Fest is hoping to roll on down the road to a new location this summer.

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Eric Gosse is chargedEric Gosse will have to wait several weeks to find out whether he is guilty or innocent of any charges levelled after his SUV hit a motorcycle at Ogden Point in 2013.

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Emergency crews and police A motorcyclist died Saturday, Feb. 6 on the Trans-Canada Highway near Chase after his vehicle crossed the centreline into the path of an oncoming semi truck.

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Friday, 05 February 2016 19:01

Motorcycle crash deaths down

Motorcycle crash deaths are down iWe are pleased to report a significant improvement in the motorcycle crash rate in the South Okanagan Similkameen in 2015.

 

 

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The B.C. Hells Angels have lost their bid to regain a building used as a clubhouse in Nanaimo. (CBC)The Hells Angels have lost a bid to regain control of a clubhouse in Nanaimo, B.C., in advance of a civil trial scheduled for next year.

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Wednesday, 03 February 2016 18:59

Ontario Hells Angel busted by Vancouver police

A B.C. man who is now a member of the elite Nomads chapter of the Ontario Hells Angels has been arrested in B.C. VANCOUVER -- A B.C. man who is now a member of the elite Nomads chapter of the Ontario Hells Angels has been arrested in B.C.

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Patrick RobinsonLangley, BC – The team at Barnes Harley-Davidson® would like to congratulate Patrick Robinson for winning a year of use of a Harley-Davidson® Custom Street® 750 Motorcycle!

 

 

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West JetWestJet is cutting or reducing flights from six B.C.cities  to Alberta's major airports by March 5. 

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Guardian Risk Managers and Chutter Personal Lines Underwriting Services (CPLUS) Two Managing General Agents (MGA) in British Columbia have announced their intention to merge into one new organization, effective Feb. 1.

 

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Thursday, 28 January 2016 06:28

Motorcycle crashes decline

motorcycle riderThe South Okanagan saw a significant decline in motorcycle crashes in 2015, after two years of high numbers.

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