Fixing a flat on a trail with a group of friends is always a team effort. Photo: Todd Matchim Courtney seems to think that Slant is just my space to gripe and moan – just because my two previous editorials were about the pain of not riding as much thanks to fatherhood and my ulcer-forming … Continue reading Elginberg
Editor ‘arris thought that registering his KLR in New Brunswick would be a relatively easy affair. Then came the dreaded SAAQ.
WARNING – may contain coarse language!
Jamie Leonard digs through his family history and recounts the part that both his grandfather and great uncle played in the Second World War as Despatch Riders.
With the Spring having sprung, Editor ‘arris reflects on how life has changed in the last few years.
Well, welcome to the CMG homepage version 5 … or 6 … or 5.5 or whatever it is now, which includes a new section called On The Side.
If recent trends continue, Canada should make progress toward economic recovery this year, but 2009 was a year of recession, and as you’d expect, it was a tough one for the motorcycle industry.
To date there are only six Canadians that have managed to complete the gruelling Dakar Rally. Patrick Trahan is one of those, being the only one of five Canucks to enter the 2010 Dakar on a motorcycle, and finish it. We asked you for some of your questions for Pat, and then came up with some of our own.
We’re taking the rest of the week off and we suggest that you do the same! More CMG next week – Happy Holidays!!!
Costa takes the F800GS tester for a weekend in the woods in the Quebec Laurentians, otherwise known as the GS Challenge.
Jamie Leonard remembers the various “monsters in the barn” project bikes that he’s had the (dis)pleasure to tackle.