Canadian Motorcycle News

Motorcycle Ride for DadMoe Sabourin is gearing up to raise $1.5 million at this year's Manitoba Telus Motorcycle Ride for Dad, a fundraising ride for prostate cancer research and education.  The eighth Manitoba fundraiser takes place at 10 a.m. Saturday in the Earls Kitchen and Bar parking lot at Polo Park.

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staying safeThis Victoria Day weekend, people across Ontario will head out on the highway on their motorcycles, or put their boats in the water to mark the unofficial start of summer.

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Simcoe CountyMotorcycle enthusiasts from across Simcoe County will get on their hogs and ride May 28 to raise funds for prostate cancer research. The Huronia leg of the Ride for Dad is part of a series of such events across the country for prostate cancer research, which is the most commonly diagnosed form of cancer in men.

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TorontoAs Toronto's revving up for a sunny long weekend, our city's first ever DIY motorcycle garage has opened its doors, enabling tinkerers and motorcycle enthusiasts to create and repair their own bikes. You can find Moto Revere at 1250 Dupont Street.

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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 AngelsIt was about 2 PM when I landed in the heart of Canada's biggest biker rally. Fresh off a shuttle bus, I found myself in the parking lot of the only liquor store in Port Dover, Ontario.

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Hells AngelsIt was about 2 PM when I landed in the heart of Canada's biggest biker rally. Fresh off a shuttle bus, I found myself in the parking lot of the only liquor store in Port Dover, Ontario.

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Rob HarrisA Sackville man, who was the founder of one of the leading online motorcycle publications in Canada, was killed in a motorcycle crash in Ontario over the weekend. Robert James Harris, 49, died on Saturday after his motorcycle collided with a pickup truck on Old Hastings Road in the township of Wollaston, the Ontario Provincial Police said in a statement on Monday.

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OntarioThe Ada County Coroner’s Office has identified a motorcycle rider that was killed on Highway 21 on Friday, May 13th. 46-year-old Jaylynnar Lee Doughty of Ontario, Oregon died of blunt force trauma due to a motorcycle versus vehicle accident.

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Disturbing motorcycleLast year (2015) marked the first year that more than half of the motorcyclists who have died in OPP-investigated collisions were killed through no fault of their own. Some startling statistics from the OPP for motorcyclists and off-road vehicle riders today an they show even safe motorcyclists are paying a heavy price.  

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