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£10,000 for armed services charityThe money was raised during the 8th annual Armed Forces Day, held in Bents Park, South Shields last month, which was attended by more than 7,000 people. Around 300 riders on bikes, trikes & scooters rode from Hells Angels club house in Sunderland along the seafront to Bents Park for the start of the event.

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members charged after fightA pair of rival motorcycle gang members were arrested Thursday afternoon in West Warwick after a fight broke out in a Dunkin Donuts. According to authorities, the altercation began inside the Dunkin Donuts at 970 Main St. around 3:30 p.m.

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AMA Vintage Motorcycle DaysVintage bike exhibits from seven motorcycle clubs will form the Club Corral display at AMA Vintage Motorcycle Days to the delight of motorcycle enthusiasts of all types, July 8-10, at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course in Lexington, Ohio.

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Thursday, 07 July 2016 12:17

Motorcycle club raises cash for non-profit

Motorcycle club raisesDawson Creek’s motorcycle club, the 97 Riders, has raised $1,929 for the South Peace Community Resources Society (SPCRS). Vice President Gordon Parker handed the cheque to SPCRS department managers Sharla Sullivan and Arden Smith on Wednesday.

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The Rise and Fall of a Motorcycle ClubBy the 1970s, Leroy Bolden had achieved heroic stature in New Haven, Connecticut's Hill neighborhood. After founding the racially integrated Flaming Knights MC (motorcycle club) in 1968, the man organized toy drives and holiday parties for local families, and threw charity picnics for muscular dystrophy.

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annual motorcycle poker rallyAs the Foothills Special Needs Association for Parents and Siblings (SNAPS) gears up for its annual motorcycle poker rally, organizers said this year’s event will feature a full day of family-friendly activities along with a show and shine and live entertainment.

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Ex-wife of Hells AngelsA woman who lost her security clearance allowing access to restricted areas at the Vancouver International Airport — and with it her job with airport ground services — because she was once married to a member of the Hells Angels has lost her appeal for reinstatement, with the Federal Court of Canada’s chief justice ruling the government has the right “to err on the side of public safety.”

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motorcycle enthusiastsIN THE lead up to the Cooroy-Pomona Lions Club King of the Mountain Festival on July 24, is the 10th annual Poker Run this Sunday, July 3. After last year’s event saw a record number of participants, motor cycle enthusiasts from near and afar are again expected to don their leathers in pursuit of good company and a scenic ride through the beautiful Noosa hinterland.

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Rally brings 1,400 motorcyclistsYou may see a lot of "hogs" in parts of our region this week. The Virginia Harley Owners Group, or "H.O.G." is holding its 2016 rally in Lynchburg.

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Friday, 24 June 2016 23:14

H.O.G. Rally returns to Spa City

H.O.G. Rally returnsHot Springs will welcome from 1,200 to 1,500 Harley-Davidson owners from across the country for the 2016 Arkansas State H.O.G. Rally this weekend. "The town is really nice with good people. It gives us a chance to see family," Steve Curlin, of Dallas, said Thursday.

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