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rev Bungay, vice-president of Trauma Healing CentersTwo of the leading Canadian companies that help veterans file reimbursement claims for medicinal marijuana say the spike in payments from the federal government over the past couple of years comes as no surprise.

riumph RoadsterIt's been more than once when we smiled broadly seeing creations sketched by the Hungarian designer Tamas Jakus, and this Triumph-based contraption is the latest we must add to the "amazing list." Built on the Triumph Speed Triple, this machine looks great and could actually become real if anyone took matters in their hands.

Harley-Davidson NewsHannum’s Harley-Davidson today acquired Liberty Harley-Davidson marking Hannum’s first dealership in New Jersey.  This family-owned business established in 1954 also owns and operates dealerships in Media, Chadds Ford and Sellersville, PA.  

ARLEY-DAVIDSON LOW RIDERThere is an undeniable sense of gratification that comes from customizing a motorcycle and making it uniquely yours. Consider it a fundamental part of the motorcycle ownership experience.

news-feeds-icon-150Pune: Style meets safety as bikers in the city choose to customise their plain black skull protectors and make a statement while ensuring they're protected. This latest fad has led to a sudden mushrooming of artists who specialise in beautifying helmets. 

motorcycles at funeralA group of bikers surprised the family of Hunter Weiss, a 5-year-old boy who loved motorcycles, when they showed up to drive in his funeral procession. 

motorcycles at funeralA group of bikers surprised the family of Hunter Weiss, a 5-year-old boy who loved motorcycles, when they showed up to drive in his funeral procession. 

motorcycles at funeralA group of bikers surprised the family of Hunter Weiss, a 5-year-old boy who loved motorcycles, when they showed up to drive in his funeral procession. 

news-feeds-icon-150Florida has more senior citizens that any other US state, with around 20 percent aged 65 and over. And they love to vote: 72 percent cast votes in the 2012 presidential election.

Vicki GoldenIt was a red-letter day in Canada for Team MicroBilt/PRBC Suzuki’s Vicki Golden. Golden qualified her Suzuki RM-Z250 inside the Fast 40, which meant she made the evening program inside Toronto’s Rogers Centre and flew the Team MicroBilt/PRBC colors by racing a heat and a LCQ in front of 50,605 fans.

Winter RidingNot an exciting title, but like Andy, Kyle and Bruce have touched on, the routine is setting in. The initial excitement and fear of the unknown is being replaced by the relaxed routine of winter commuting.

trekking motorcyclistKen Roczen carried the banner for RCH Suzuki Factory Racing on Saturday night as he piloted his Suzuki RM-Z450 to a dominating victory in the Monster Energy Supercross AMA/ FIM World Championship 10th round at the Rogers Centre in Toronto, Canada.

RCH Suzuki Win Toronto SupercrossKen Roczen carried the banner for RCH Suzuki Factory Racing on Saturday night as he piloted his Suzuki RM-Z450 to a dominating victory in the Monster Energy Supercross AMA/ FIM World Championship 10th round at the Rogers Centre in Toronto, Canada.

news-feeds-icon-150LONDON, March 15, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- This report analyzes the worldwide markets for Motorcycles, Scooters and Mopeds in Thousand Units by the following Product Segments: Motorcycles, Scooters, and Mopeds. 

police bid to confiscate B.CA member of the Hells Angels has reacted angrily to news that the director of civil forfeiture has named him as a defendant in a lawsuit that seeks to have a Mission property seized because police found a drug lab on the premises.

Fun on Main StreetMotorcycle 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.

defensive mindsetFor 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.

Bikers Against Child AbuseGrizzly promises an eye-catching event. For more than 150 bikers who will be riding through Courtenay in May, that’s exactly what they are hoping for, too.

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