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What’s the Deal With Micro mobility?

By Paul McGeachie | Mar 24, 2021 | 0 Comments

With due respect to that Seinfeld signature opening, what is in fact is the deal with micro-mobility? It’s not hard to find negative press on micro-mobility products such as spent rental e-scooters littering city streets, e-bike riders zipping among traffic or on sidewalks, or media stories highlighting the novelty of powered skateboards. Mobility advocates push…

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An Active Transportation oversight, Plus Vision Zero on Two Wheels

By Paul McGeachie | Jan 8, 2021 | 0 Comments

Active Transportation is British Columbia’s initiative for cleaner, and more “active” transportation. It’s part of the Province’s “CleanBC” plan. CleanBC identifies initiatives and priorities to help grow a low-carbon economy that creates opportunities for all British Columbians while protecting the air, land and water. When it comes to transportation, that means: 1. Providing cleaner options.…

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The Roy Green Show on CKNW

By Paul McGeachie | Jun 23, 2020 | 0 Comments

Shane Hewitt talks with Motorcycles OK about motorcycles

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Ride To Work 2020 An Especially Important Day

By Rob McGee | Jun 8, 2020 | 0 Comments

Why it’s a struggle to get motorcycles recognized as transportation.

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CKNW’s Steele & Drex Talk Motorcycles!

By Paul McGeachie | Nov 20, 2017 | 0 Comments

Executive Director, Paul McGeachie, had the opportunity to chat with popular CKNW on-air hosts Steele and Drex about the idea that motorcycles might in fact be a solution to alleviating the increasing congestion in the lower mainland. A snappy couple of minutes worth the listen!

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And you thought you knew how to gas up your motorcycle.

By Paul McGeachie | Jun 30, 2017 | 0 Comments

Here’s why you should get off your motorcycle when fuelling. The nice part of filling up your motorcycle is you don’t have to worry which side your gas cap is on, and there is really only have a few points to remember. Number one is to turn off the engine. Number two, is get off…

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A look back at Motorcycle Awareness Month

By Paul McGeachie | May 25, 2017 | 0 Comments

There are some who would argue the 1894 gas powered motorcycle, the Hildebrand & Wolfmüller, was the poster bike for the 1894 Motorcycle Awareness Month campaign. However, there is no material fact to back that claim. It might be an urban myth. Besides, part of that awareness campaign was just to know motorcycles existed. The…

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Could Motorcycles Be The Next Great Thing?

By Paul McGeachie | Mar 8, 2017 | 0 Comments

“Transformation” It’s popular topic in the marketplace. “Evolution”, tends to get less of the attention. Transformation occurs, relatively speaking, in an instant, which means that a belief or approach towards something can change almost overnight; sometimes triggered by an event. 9-11, for example, transformed air travel quite literally overnight. Evolution, on the other hand, is…

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Three ways you can help with a better idea.

By Paul McGeachie | Feb 3, 2017 | 0 Comments

You don’t own a Motorcycle, but you appreciate that they can be part of the solution You can help out with a basic idea: parking. Before we get to some quick tips, let’s first have an overview of the stakeholders Policy makers and politicians appreciate that under the strictest development terms, motorcycles are in fact…

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3 Reasons You’ll Visit the Vancouver Motorcycle Show

By Paul McGeachie | Jan 13, 2017 | 0 Comments

As winter drags on, it’s encouraging to have the Motorcycle Show (www.vancouvermotorcycleshow.ca ) arrive as a reminder that spring is inching towards us. This winter has proven to be nasty at times, so it might be an especially welcome event this year for a lot of folks. The factory circus only comes to town for a few…

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