Newfoundland & Labrador Motorcycle News

Newfoundland & Labrador Motorcycle News

Deer Lake Irving Big StopOn Saturday, the Autism Society of Newfoundland and Labrador (Western) held a motorcycle ride for autism.

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NewfoundalndST. JOHN'S, N.L. -- Police in Newfoundland are advising the public that a large number of motorcycle gang members are expected to gather in the central part of the province on the weekend.

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 Atlantic Confederation of Clubs and IndependentsLast week, Cpl. Mike Kerr — with the biker enforcement unit of the RCMP — said the strengthening of the Hells Angels in Nova Scotia once again has come with an increase in violent activity.

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NLSafety NL is starting recertification instructor training this weekend, and pot holes and accident avoidance is high on their list of training priorities.

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motorcycleA 19-year-old Torbay motorcycle driver is facing criminal charges after refusing to pull over for police and racing at speeds up to 200 km/h on the Outer Ring Road. 

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motorcyclePolice in St. John's have charged a motorcycle driver who sped off at 200 km/h when they tried to stop the bike.

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Wednesday, 05 October 2016 12:34

Outlaws Motorcycle Club gone from Gander

This 2013 photo shows members of the Outlaws Motorcycle Club outside their clubhouse in Gander. (CBC)Police in Gander are praising the community's approach for helping discourage a chapter of the Outlaws Motorcycle Club to the point it has left town altogether.

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RCMP Corporal Andy CookALBERTON- An Alberton landlord says he’s not concerned by RCMP reports that an outlaw biker gang has taken up residence in his building.

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NLTen men were arrested following multiple raids of known biker clubhouses in Newfoundland Wednesday in a police operation that spanned the province's Avalon Peninsula.

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Motorcycle riders from the UN Nato Veterans GroupGANDER, N.L.—As the United States marks the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks Sunday, Canadians will also be pausing to reflect on the tragedy and their connections to it.

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