and reaching speeds over 180mph on the Trans Canada Highway.Police have yet to charge the rider and have issued fines totalling $1,449 (£900) for driving without due care and attention, speeding and riding without insurance - however these fines have been given
WE SPOTTED this sign on Google Street View, which was obviously put there to let you know that deer cross the road ahead. But they've got it a bit confused - that's a funny-looking deer!Hitting a deer would be pretty bad, but piling into the side of an elephant would definitely b...
rally has finally been disallowed. County officials recorded the number of bikers that day by handing out special tags as they arrived at roadblocks outside of town. They came up with a count - 12,000, even though more like 30,000 actually rode into town
Trilly clocked just under 240mphCANADIAN SPEED freak Trillium Muir, has just set a new world record for the fastest woman on two wheels - and she's only been riding for four years. Trilly, who's 28 years old and from Ontario, has set a new world
A DEMOLITION COMPANY working in conjunction with Canadian Police has flattened a former Hells Angels clubhouse under the orders of local authorities.The building, in Ontario, Canada, was used as a motorcycle clubhouse for almost 25 years before
Well, you can't really blame him, can you?MAXIME BERNIER Canada's Foreign Minister has been forced to resign after leaving Nato summit documents at the home of a girlfriend who has an ongoing involvement to biker gangs. Bernier, 45, started dating Julie Couillard, despite her pre...
BRITISH POLICE have received numerous tip-offs on Gerard Tobin's death, which took place on the M40 last Sunday.The Canadian motorcyclist was shot dead by a passing car while the victim was riding home from the Bulldog Bash Rally. Sources say
from Canadian Superbike series. Furthermore, race organisers have also announced no 2010 Yamaha models will be allowed to race in any of the series’ classes, though due to their popularity, Yamaha YZF-R6 models from 2009 or earlier will be eligible
A YOUNG CANADIAN motorcycle racer became the second fatality of August's Indianapolis MotoGP event, after the 21-year-old died from injuries six weeks after the crash at the American track.Jesse Phibbs, 21, had been taking part in a flat track race
single wheel whilst riding, allowing the rider to turn by leaning left or right. It's going to run on green hydrogen fuel cells, comes with a small set of landing gear that descends at speeds under 12.5 miles per hour. And if it leans, that means you can
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