Nova Scotians lead the way.
When life gives you lemons, the best solution is to keep on riding, even if you’ve missed the races and the rain doesn’t stop.
In most of Canada, winter is on the way out, and spring has brought in the start of riding season. Here are some reminders to keep you safe out there.
After months of delays, my Suzuki DR650 rebuild has begun in earnest. Reconstructive surgery has begun.
You want to ride the Trans Canada Adventure Trail? Here’s what you need to know, from somebody who’s been there.
Zac tells the tale of his visit to the Cape Breton Highlands on a dual sport motorcycle. Next time, he’s bringing someone to help pull him out of mudholes.
My right hand instinctively tugs on the brake lever producing a pronounced plunge in the front-end of the Caponord. Speed is shed at a rapid rate. Too late, the cherries are lit and spinning and seconds later I’m pulled over on the shoulder of Hwy 12, with one of New York State’s finest pulling up behind me.