201711.10
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How The Government Should Be Encouraging Motorcycle Use

The United States is spending billions on highways, railways, and roads to, ostensibly make it easier for Americans to get around. Even with all that spending, our infrastructure is nowhere near where it needs to be. But there’s another cheap solution that could ease traffic, parking, and wear on infrastructure: motorcycles. This country has yet to embrace mass-adoption…

201711.10
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B.C. cracks down on distracted driving

BC is planning to designate distracted drivers as a high-risk driving behaviour under the ICBC Driver Risk Premium program, the government announced Monday. The new policy means that a driver with two distracted driving tickets in a three-year period will see their total financial penalties rise to as much as $2,000 – an increase of…

201706.21
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BCCOM Milk Bikes

BCCOM was recently contacted by Blood Bikes UK on behalf of BC Women’s Provincial Milk Bank, in the hopes that we could help initiate a service like they have here in B.C.  Have a look at the link below to find out exactly what it is they do. http://www.bloodbikes.org.uk/ Here’s some background on who we’re…

201705.02
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Motorcycle Injuries Go Up

Last year, 330 people were injured in 440 motorcycle crashes in B.C.’s Southern Interior. Those numbers are coming from ICBC as it enters its Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month in May, and as weather starts to clear up, paving the way for riders to hit the road. An average of 11 motorcyclists die each year across…

201705.01
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Motorcycle Awareness Month

  Motorcycle Awareness Month, starts TODAY.  With warmer weather on the way here in B.C., more motorcyclists will be out on the streets, both bikers and drivers need to be aware of who they are sharing the road with. Please from all of us here at BCCOM, be safe out there and make sure to…