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Rider Training Institute launches first driver/motorcyclist road sharing awareness campaign

Increasing  numbers of motorcycles on GTA roads necessitates greater awareness between riders and drivers alike. In collaboration with municipal transportation authorities, GTA retailers, and members of the insurance sector, the Rider Training Institute has launched a road sharing awareness campaign in advance of the 2014 motorcycling season. Following a series of live segments with CP24’s Cam Woolley on April 14, a visual tip-sheet has been distributed through social media, and printed posters will be displayed at select locations throughout the GTA.

Monday, 05 May 2014 13:55 Published in Industry News

Rider Down Memorial Service in BC, May 5

As part of the provincially proclaimed “Motorcycle Awareness Month” in British Columbia, the B.C. Coalition of Motorcyclists (BCCOM) along with the Savio Unit of the Canadian Army Veteran Motorcycle Unit (CAV) has planned a new event to honour riders who have lost their lives while riding.  This event, The Rider Down Memorial Service, will be held Sunday May 5th at 11am at the Bonsor Cenotaph located on the corner of Nelson Ave. and Imperial St. in Burnaby, B.C.

Wednesday, 24 April 2013 12:46 Published in News