Joel Fradette Photograph by: Gord Waldner , The StarPhoenixPolice can start writing tickets for loud motorcycles in Saskatoon on June 1, but some riders still question why they’re being singled out.

“Noise is noise is noise, whether it’s coming from a bike, truck, or semi,” said Mark Wongstedt, owner of a 2014 Harley-Davidson Ultra Limited. READ ON

noise testingSaskatoon police offer testing clinics before enforcement starts in June

Motorcycle riders can have their noise levels tested before Saskatoon police start cracking down in June. 

The police service is offering three opportunities to get the levels checked. They include Saturday and May 10 at Redline Harley Davidson and May 30 at Taylor Street MD Ambulance location. All testing clinics will take place at 1 p.m.  READ ON


Pan Yannitsos is producing and filming a travel documentary in China. (submitted by Pan Yannitsos)Two Saskatchewan filmmakers follow motorcycle adventurer Allan Karl through China

Get your motor runnin', head out on the highway. That's what a couple of young Saskatchewan filmmakers will be doing next month in China. Pan Yannitsos and Izaiah Pidskalny are shooting a travel documentary from the back of a motorcycle. READ ON

Everything has a story. Old parts, old tools, old motorcycles, old gear it is very rare for them to still belong to original owner. Some get used and abused before getting put up on a shelf or packed away in a box to be forgotten about until one day they eventually make it to a swap meet, make it into some one else’s hands. READ ON


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