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If your tastes are along the lines of Orange County Chopper, you’re going to love this.

The Vimy Unit of the Canadian Army Veterans (CAV) motorcycle group is hostings its third annual show Saturday and Sunday, May 2-3, at CFB Kingston, where more than 50 bikes will be on display and dozens of vendors will also set up stalls.

Drifter, as he is known, is the vice-president of of the national CAV organization, a collection of bike buffs who take time out from polishing their Harleys, Kawasakis and Hondas to raise funds for a number of charities.

Last year, the show pulled in $1,500 that was divided between H’Art School of Smiles, the Military Fund for Blind Children, ICROSS and Fisher House in Germany (a Ronald McDonald-type house for families of wounded Canadian soldiers).

Drifter says there will be some amazing bikes on display, including the NHL and CFL custom-made motorcycle built by Bob McKay. To read the rest of the article:


Dalton Timmis