Daily Archives : July 7, 2016

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Oversimplified

What you don’t see matters most Story by Marcus Martellacci Photos by Anne Berk, Courtney Anderson and Marcus Martellacci If you’re in the market for a new, American-made cruiser and decide to pay a quick visit to Harley-Davidson Canada’s website,…

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Thailand Trophy

Organizers lay out the toughest event yet Story by Costa Mouzouris Photos by BMW and Costa Mouzouris My right hand is firmly grasped around the throttle of the BMW R1200GS, gently feeding just enough power to keep me moving forward…

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Retro Renaissance

Triumph’s Bonnevilles are now thoroughly modern motorcycles, but have they still got it? Story by Costa Mouzouris Photos by Costa Mouzouris and Triumph Since the rebirth of the Bonneville in 2000, this year marks the first complete revision of the…

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Joe Bolger

Where he found necessity, invention and success soon followed Story by Greg Williams Images courtesy Joe Bolger When Joe Bolger’s older brother, Jack, returned to the family property near Richmond, Prince Edward Island, after the Second World War, he told…

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Very Superstitious

A late-December ride in the desert for father and son Story and photos by Tim King I’m getting suspicious as I ride out of Scottsdale into the desert and see signs saying I’m entering Phoenix. Our bike is a rented…

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From Cow Head to Tilting and Back

There’s a special kind of relaxation afforded to a rider who visits the Rock Story and photos by Ron Keys Our ferry, Blue Puttees, gently nudges the Port aux Basques dock as I look across the distant hills. Grey granite…

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