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A Look At One Of The “Other” Biker Gangs – The Blue Knights

We’ve all heard of biker gangs, the famous/notorious 1%ers. These motorcycle clubs (M/C), called names like Hells Angels, Bandidos, Rebels, etc are common place, you will find them all over the world. The term 1%er was coined by the AMA when one of the gangs came into the news after some violence. AMA stated that they represented 1% of the motorcycle population. And the term stuck.  READ ON

Road warriors love their 'geezer glides'

They may look like aging outlaws, but coffee - not whisky - is the "road pop" of choice for a group of about 150 Vancouver Harley-Davidson enthusiasts who meet up regularly for dry social events and group tours.

Larry Davidson, 62, and Darcy Biagioni, 56, are part of the 56-and-over age group whose ownership of motorcycles has exploded in B.C. in the past decade. They hang out almost every other day and ride together in fair weather as paying members of the Vancouver chapter of the Harley Owners Group, made up of older riders from all walks of life who congregate at their informal clubhouse - Trev Deeley's motorcycle dealership on Boundary Road. READ ON

Love of bikes lasts for a century

There is more to motorcycling than the mud, the tricks and the tracks, as Lucy Townend finds out.

For a group of motorcycle enthusiasts that has been around for 102 years, the Manawatu-Orion Motorcycle Club (MOMCC) isn't doing too badly.

The fundamentals are the same - riders on motorbikes racing around - but the how and what those riders do has evolved over the years.

Manawatu-Orion Motorcycle Club patron, and life member, Errol Conaghan has been involved for more than 40 years and has seen it all. READ ON



Al will be in Swift Current on Sunday and has asked if a bunch of Saskatoon Lonewolves would want to meet in Rosetown on Sunday and I said I'd round up some riders. We will be meeting for lunch in Rosetown at 1 PM...


We will meet in the Walmart Parking lot on 22nd between 11 am and  1130 am. Stands up and ride out at 1130 sharp headed to Rosetown...we will meet the Swift Current riders at the lot next to A&W and head for lunch from there when Swift Current arrives there.


You will meet at the Tim Hortons on the Hwy, close to Hwy #4  between 11 and 1130 am and ride out at 1130 sharp. Al will be riding with you...and meet us on the Lot next to A&W when you get to Rosetown..


So lets do this Lonewolves..see ya all there!! Would love to see 100 bikes out...


Preacher  (sklonewolves)


Founder of EMS White Knights Jack Baker passed away

 On Friday, June 22- Jack Baker passed away..

He was the founder of EMS White Knights and a member of the White Knights Honour Guard

There was not a motorcycle show that he was not there with all the great EMS White Knights. I know many times, these gentlemen were there to help our Team members with medical emergencies..Those ice packs...

He was a dedicated team member of the Motorcycle community.Many hours of dedicated Volunteer work..

Viewing will be at Ogden Funeral Home, 4164 Sheppard Ave..just west of Midland on Tuesday from 3pm to 9pm Funeral at Odgen, Wednesday at 11am..June

Jersey City motorcycle club dedicated to unleashing the community's potential: Morgan's Corner

Motorcycle club.

The term often conjures images of Harley Davidsons parked chock-a-block with a bunch of biker guys and gals all tattooed up sporting vests, jeans and wild hairdos.

Brothaz Cruizin defies all those stereotypes.

There's not a single hog leaning on a kick-stand outside the innocuous-looking headquarters of this motorcycle club at the corner of Martin Luther King Drive and Forrest Street in Jersey City. READ ON 

Blue Knights motorcycle club to be honored by American Police Hall of Fame

BANGOR, Maine — A group of eight local police officers, bound by the brotherhood of their job and a love of riding motorcycles, started a law enforcement motorcycle club 38 years ago that on Saturday will be inducted into the American Police Hall of Fame.

The Bangor-based Blue Knights International Law Enforcement Motorcycle Club has grown into the largest law enforcement motorcycle club in the world and now has nearly 21,000 members in the United States and 27 other countries.

“Being a member of the Blue Knights is a true, true and devout honor,” John Pasko, vice president of the American Police Hall of Fame in Titusville, Fla., said Tuesday. READ ON