Police say 45-year-old Toronto man caused crash late last week.
Move comes as city council examines “comprehensive motorcycle policy changes,” including approval of bikes in limited-use lanes, and more motorcycle parking.
Ladies can enter to win a Versys-X 300, and Saturday’s showgoers can all enter for a chance to win a Z125 Pro.
More hooligan action on the freeway could point to sportbike outlaw culture spreading.
Most of the free motorcycle parking spaces have been created now.
Pilot project for bike-only spots will be in place by month’s end.
Apparently, the city is creating 300 motorcycle-only parking spots ahead of pay-by-plate parking.
Scooter riders will meet with Toronto city councillor, in front of city hall.
Parking on the edge of a sidewalk in nobody’s way? That’ll cost you $60 if you’re unlucky enough to live in the GTA.
In 2014, the Toronto Motorcycle Show will now run in February in Canada’s largest exhibition and convention facility.