‘Arris tries to watch a feed for Moto GP and stumbles across Fox Sport. The conclusion? American TV must die.
Are adventure bikes becoming the motorcycling equivalent of SUVs? Editor Kurylyk thinks so. Here’s his take on the current state of adventure riding.
As you can see, CMG has changed! For starters there’s the new name and logo; Canada MotoGuide. But that’s just the tip of the proverbial iceberg, we’ve rebuilt the site from the ground up with a new focus – community.
It was an interesting experiment and cleverly executed; see how many other websites use information that you post first on your website, by embedding your logo surreptitiously in the accompanying images.
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!
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.
My first reaction when I heard that the Quebec government may be implementing a ban on high powered, “high risk” motorcycles for riders under 25 years old or with less than five years riding experience was: it’s about fookin’ time.
It’s the type of thing that any self respecting mobster would be proud of. You act as judge and jury, you’re free to abuse the rules and you can send your victim off a few grand lighter without recourse.
SAAQ PROPOSAL FOR A SUSTAINABLE AND EQUITABLE PLAN – “lies, damn lies … and statistics” By Rob Harris There’s an age-old argument when it comes to motorcycle insurance in Canada – Is it better to have a government run system or is it something that’s best left to the private sector to provide? Anyone who’s … Continue reading SAAQ – lies, damn lies, statisitcs