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Motorcycle riders gather in Angus ANGUS - The Rebel Maidens rounded up members from all over Simcoe County to raise funds and moral support for Mike Fraser on Saturday.

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Bikers Against Child Abuse For a child who has been abused, regaining their life and finding people they can trust is a hard thing to do.

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B.C.'s Sikh Motorcycle ClubA group of Sikh bikers with big hearts hope that their cross-country ride to fight childhood cancers will pave the way for a new generation of caring.

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North Country Family Health CenterA local motorcycle club will soon be hitting the road to raise money for the North Country Family Health Center, and members of the community are invited to ride along. The sixth annual “Unmet Needs Run,” hosted by the Tranquil Thunder Motorcycle Club, will be held Saturday, July 16.

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Motorcycle ride benefitsAt 11 a.m. Saturday, motorcycle riders will rev their engines and set out for a 120-mile ride to raise money for victims of domestic violence. Registration for the New Hope for Tomorrow Ride 2016 opens at 9 a.m.

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terminally ill LylaIF YOU'RE driving past Aussie World on Sunday morning don't be afraid. The hundreds of bikers you're likely to see riding in formation mean no harm. In fact, quite the opposite.

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host bike showThe Yellow Jackets Motorcycle Club, 4888 Indian Hill Road SE, Uhrichsville, will host its eighth annual bike show beginning at noon Aug. 6. Public judging will take place from 1 to 3 p.m., and trophies will be awarded at 5 p.m. Entertainment will be provided from 1 to 6 p.m.

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Sikh Motorcycle Club ridingThe Sikh Motorcycle Club’s Cross Canada Ride to raise money for cancer research will arrive in Kamloops this weekend. Participants will be at the Kamloops Sikh Temple, 1345 Ord Rd., on Sunday, July 17, from noon to 2 p.m.

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Hells Angel admits clientA lawyer for a senior member of the Hells Angels in B.C. admits his client intended to traffic 200 kilograms of cocaine in Canada, but questions whether David Giles intended to import the drugs.

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arrests in Palm SpringsPolice arrested several members of the Mongols Motorcycle Club during the group's annual visit to Palm Springs this weekend. Palm Springs police made "several warrant arrests and issued a few dozen citations," although the motorcycle club's visit concluded "without any major incidents," Lt. Mike Kovaleff said.

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