Motorcycle Law & Politics News

Nebraska LegislatorsLINCOLN (AP) — Nebraska state senators are debating whether to repeal a law requiring motorcyclists to wear helmets, and those pushing to get rid of the requirement are optimistic they may finally succeed after years of trying.

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news feeds icon 150The man reported missing in Sooke last week is a prospect for the Nanaimo chapter of the Hells Angels biker gang, sources told Postmedia News on Monday.

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mc gangsThe members of Outlaw Motorcycle Gangs are increasingly meeting in pubs and restaurants in the Netherlands, Zwolle mayor Henk Jan Meijer said to newspaper AD.

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news feeds icon 150Here’s what to do if you find yourself in a swarm.

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southern California Once again, southern California has become host to an unauthorized off-road stunt around public roads

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Lane SplittingAs we documented back in January, lane splitting bills were introduced in Oregon, Washington and Montana, with good news incoming for Washingtonians. 

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news feeds icon 150The House has voted unanimously in favor of HB 123, Rep. Robert Anderst’s bill to ban “motorcycle profiling.”

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Motorcycle Laws by the States11 Motorcycle Laws That Vary State-By-State.

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Hells Angels AlbertaAn expert on outlaw motorcycle gangs says Fort McMurray needs to stem what he describes as a rising tide of drugs and organized crime.

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body cameraBy next summer, body-mounted cameras may be worn by officers with the Rapid City Police Department and the Pennington County Sheriff's Office to capture the actions and occasional misdeeds of people who interact with local law enforcement.

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