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OPPWALLBRIDGE TOWNSHIP, Ont. — Ontario Provincial Police say nine people they describe as "outlaw motorcycle gang members" are facing charges following an incident in Ontario's cottage country.

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Vernon RCMP recover stolen motorcycle

Vernon RCMP recover stolen motorcycleMounties in Vernon have recovered a motorcycle taken in Kelowna a day prior and police are turning to the public to help identify their suspect.

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This black 2000 Yamaha V-Star motorcycle was allegedly hit by a late model blue Chevrolet dually pickup truck on July 30, 2016KELOWNA - Police are trying to put the pieces together in a blatant hit and run collision between a blue Chevrolet and black Yamaha motorcycle.

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Hells Angels NomadsEDMUNDSTON, N.B.—An employee at a New Brunswick campsite said the highway “looked like it had blown up” after a pileup involving nine motorcycles and an RV that left one man dead.

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OPP responded to a motorcycle crash at County Road 34 and Manning Road in Tecumseh, Ont., on Monday, July 25, 2016. (Chris Campbell / CTV Windsor)OPP have charged a 54-year-old man after a crash between a motorcycle and a small tow truck.

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Hells Angels clubhouse Police are concerned after discovering a Pokemon Go “gym” stop located right outside a Hells Angels clubhouse in Coquitlam.

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Hells Angels from Alberta pause for a photo on Parliament Hill July 23, 2016.he Hells Angels rode into town late last week and then rumbled back out on Sunday without trouble.

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Hells Angels West PointAs B.C. Hells Angels mourn the recent death of a member of the West Point chapter, police say the biker gang remains a significant criminal force in the province.


Bjorn Sylvest died July 3 while on a houseboat on the Shuswap Lake, Barb McLintock, of the B.C. Coroners Service, confirmed. READ ON

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Police cracking downVancouver police are warning motorists they've launched a new blitz focused on excessively loud motorcycles and cars. The campaign began Monday and runs through the summer months.

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lane splittingOn June 14, AB 51, which codifies the act of lane splitting and finally provides some legal guidelines, passed the California State Senate Transportation Committee with absolutely no opposition. 

 

 


Thanks to an 11-0 vote, AB 51 will now makes it way to the Senate Appropriations Committee. READ ON

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