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Rider Training and Safety

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Ontario Provincial Police are warning that motorcycle deaths in the province are headed for a seven-year high this summer.

According to police statistics, nearly half of bike fatalities since 2008 were people between the ages of 45 and 64. READ ON

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As soon as the streets are dry, many motorcyclists are often eager to pull the tarp off and hit the roads, but by the end of summer, a number of those eager motorcyclists end up with a crumpled bike, injuries or possibly even losing their life. READ ON

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Motorcycle accidents can have tragic consequences for any rider, who is involved in a crash and for their family. The motorcyclist is in jeopardy every time they ride and to combat this, Rear Admiral Brian C. Prindle, commander of the Naval Safety Center in Norfolk Va. met with safety representatives from Camp Pendleton and the Marine Corps Air Station Miramar. READ ON

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Since the beginning of the motorcycle season, there have already been seven death on York Region roads. READ ON 

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