A motorcyclist has died of his injuries after he lost control of his vehicle and was struck by an ambulance on Highway 404 in Aurora Sunday evening. The collision happened in the southbound lanes of the highway near Wellington Street at around 7:10 p.m., Ontario Provincial Police said.
Halton Regional Police say three people have been killed after a violent crash between a car and motorcycle in Burlington.
(TORONTO, ON) – Passion and enthusiasm will fuel thousands of motorcycles piloted by women as they take to the world’s roads on May 7 for the 10th edition of the International Female Ride Day. International Female Ride Day is a global ride day occurring yearly on the first Saturday of May.
Wasaga Beach will be hosting more special events this summer than ever in Beach Area 1 and 2. Between May 24 and mid-September, the town will be hosting 27 events. That's up from 25 last year and 18 in 2014.
Get ready for the Motorcycle SPRINGSHOW 2016, an event fun for the whole family. At the show, you will see live Honda Mini Bike Stunt Shows, new 2016 motorcycles to sit on, an expanded used parts Pickers’ Market, a huge Used Bike Clearance Sale area, over 40 Clubs, Associations, Rides and Rallies, a $20,000 Custom Bike competition,
Motorcycle and special interest car enthusiasts will join together on the streets of Downtown North Bay. There will be trophies and prizes awarded for the various categories.
For some, learning how to ride a motorcycle is a bucket-list item. Others learn to ride so they can take advantage of an economical source of transportation. Still others are drawn to the “freedom” of touring.
TORONTO — Retired tennis player Bruno Agostinelli Jr., a former University of Kentucky star and member of Canada’s Davis Cup team, died in a motorcycle crash near Toronto Wednesday at age 28.
Tennis Canada confirmed Agostinelli’s death in a statement on Thursday. The statement did not indicate a cause of death, but Global News confirmed Agostinelli was killed in the crash in Vaughan on Wednesday night. Read On
Police say a man in his late 20s is dead after his motorcycle was involved in a collision in North York.
Canada's highest court announced Thursday it will not hear an appeal from an Ontario woman injured in a motorcycle accident in British Columbia who unsuccessfully sought to sue the driver in an Ontario court.