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A travelling member of Motorcycles OK shoots two wheel life in the U.K.
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May 1, 2019 at the Deeley Conference Centre and Museum and the Symposium “Motorcycles as a Solution”. This was an unprecedented opportunity for those connected to BC, Canadian, and North American transportation and environmental policy planning to learn from a gold standard.
There are few parts of Canada where this idea is more timely and relevant that the lower mainland and south coast region. The key drivers are in play: congestion, air quality issues, parking shortages, cost of transportation, awareness of the green advantages of two wheelers, plus one of the longest riding seasons in Canada.
Here's how the Symposium went...
This 60 seconds could change how you look at motorcycles.
With help from our friends at 3M, we have come up with this compact (5”x2”-ish) sticker that features a reflective background just like a real road sign. It’s both a great message and a safety product! Free with the paid membership, it can fit anywhere. Extras are only $10. Get one for the cars you know. And yes, you can remove it if needed.
Best t-shirt if you actually ride.
Listen to a lively and fun coast to coast discussion on the benefits of owning a motorcycle!
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