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Ride for Life

Ride for Life

The 7th Edition of “Ride for Life” organized by Bruno Cyr, Henri Bouchard and Anne Couturier was held on the 7th and 8th of July, in Edmundston, New Brunswick.

Mother Nature is a weak participant as Friday’s temperature is a mix mash of clouds, rain and sun. This doesn’t worry the organizers. They are confident, they know the fanatics are loyal, and the participation for the Miss Ride for Life competition is a success. On the agenda: the unveiling of the 2008 Ride for Life calendar and the introduction of the 12 contest finalists. Numerous on stage appearances allow this year’s judges to elect the overall winner, Karine Raymond, and award her with a brand new Sportster.

Simultaneously, there is a draw by process of elimination, and two happy winners leave with brand new bikes– one a Heritage Softail and the other, a Sportster. The weather obviously...

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Port Dover

Port Dover

Have you heard of the biggest Canadian bike event? It began in 1981, and takes place along Lake Erie, in the municipality of Dover Port, every Friday the 13th throughout the year. Chris Simons, (who then had a bike shop called Biker’s Delight) got together with a bunch of friends on Friday the 13th of November at the Commercial Hotel. After a well-splashed party and having had such a good time, they decided to meet every Friday the 13th thereafter.

For the past 26 years, the number of people attending Friday the 13th of Dover Port has increased regularly. According to the organizers, the last party of July 13, 2007 had a record attendance of more than 150,000.

People from all over the world come to this small port of Ontario. They come by foot or pedal bike, by car or boat, by train or plane and of course, mostly by bike. Some take advantage of the occasion to get married, to get together with friends, to dress up and have their pictures taken, but mostly, to enjoy...

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Tingwick

Tingwick

With incredible weather, the Tingwick Mechanical Rodeo took place in the beautiful region of Bois Francs located in the heart of Quebec.

This unique annual event has been held on the 2th Saturday of August for the past 18 years, come rain or shine. It started in 1989 thanks to three of the townspeople: Guy St-Cyr, Jocelyn Pellerin and Yves Provencher. They decided to liven up their summer by organizing motorcycle competitions like the slow and slalom races to be performed exclusively on a Harley-Davidson. Thus was the birth of Tingwick’s Mechanical Rodeo which attracts today over 30,000 motorcycle enthusiasts from all over Quebec, Ontario, and even from the States.

The success of this event – with its straight pipe symphony...

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Sturgis

Sturgis

The Sturgis Black Hills Rally is without a doubt one of the largest and greatest of all motorcycle events. The 6,442 residents of Sturgis hosted this 10-day event, entertaining over 500,000 visitors in August 2007. This 67th anniversary reunited bikers in an Old West type setting with scenery to take your breath away: Black Hills, Mount Rushmore, Crazy Horse, Custer Park, Needle Highway, Bad Land, Deadwood, Devil Tower, and Spearfish – all not to be missed!

Sturgis Rally is dedicated to bikers and all is about riding…that is if you’re the type that can’t stay in one place because there is so much to see and do!

All the manufacturers, owners and builders are on site and strategically located. The AMD World Championship of Custom Bike Builders...

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Art Tattoo Show

Art Tattoo Show

The art of tattooing is very ancient dating back to Egyptian and Maya times and was initially used to identify tribal members. In the 50s and 60s, tattoos are normally associated with rebels, marines, truckers, bikers and bike gang members, criminals and prisoners. They were also linked to delinquents and the criminal world.

In the latter years the market for tattoos has grown in to a well received consumer product and even as a fashion accessory. Tattoos have become a means of expression not only associated with rebel groups, but became the symbol of identity or self expression.

Nowadays the clientele is vast as much so for the designs and the motivations behind such tattoos. The advancements in tattooing now allow creating works of art, body art, commemorating...

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