Bill Kleckner knows the value of family. He's learned the hard way.
"I don't know what a real father is. My father was in the penitentiary when I was young. Mom was involved in an affair and married a younger man. So my grandma pretty much raised my siblings and I," he said. "And I wasn't a good father, because I didn't know how to be a good father." READ ON
Radical machine boasts maximum speed of 72 km/h on road and on water
Amphibious vehicles could soon be zooming out of James Bond's garage - or pond - and into American homes.
The Quadski - a one-person all-terrain vehicle that doubles as a personal watercraft - is being billed by its makers as the first high-speed, commercially available amphibious vehicle.
Lance Armstrong paid for a motorcyclist to deliver the banned bloodbooster EPO to him duringthe 1999 Tour de France, former teammate Tyler Hamilton said in a BBC radio documentarybroadcast on Monday. READ ON
I've really got to give this guy a lot of respect. Knowing what it is like to be taking a lot of gear with you to take photos (like the recent Intermot), you are worn down to the bone. But this guy not only has to take all his gear with him, but also his wheelchair, and he has to hold on for dear life sitting behind the motorcycle. And then take photos in a war zone. READ ON
Welcome to a new series of interviews that we’ll be running on CMG , featuring well-known Canadians who ride. Be it the TV host that shows up on camera with his arm in a sling after crashing his bike, or the Prime Minister’s wife snapped riding out of 24 Sussex Drive on an XT225, you’d be surprised to know that quite a few notable Canadians get their kicks on two wheels. READ ON