Motorcycling Accessories & Gear
Barrie Honda Powerhouse – Sales, Parts, Service
74 Mapleview Drive, Barrie powerhouse.barriehonda.com


Cycle World Superstore
4545 Sheppard Avenue East, Toronto Tel:416-364-8889 www.cycleworldsuperstore.com


Daytona Motorsport
2899 Steeles Ave West, Unit 20, Toronto www.daytonamotorsport.ca


Davies Harley Davidson
8779 Yonge Street, Richmond Hill
www.daviesharley.com


Doc’s Leathers – Harley Davidson Gear, New and Used
726 Queen St. West, Toronto Tel:416-504-8888 www.docsleathers.com


Dream Cycles Canada
2 Ullswater Drive, Unit C, Ottawa, ON Tel:613-228-1788
www.dreamcyclescanada.com


G P BIKES Fine Motorsports
1100 Champlain Ct, Whitby, ON L1N 6K9 Tel: 905-428-8983 www.gpbikes.com


High Rise Motor Cycles – Harley Davidson Service, Parts and Accessories
2832 Dundas Street West, Toronto Tel:416-767-0206


Hully Gully – The Ultimate Toy Store 1
705 Wharncliffe Road South, London ON Tel: 1-866-574-3298 www.hullygully.com


Kelly’s Cycle Centre – Yamaha 5 Star Dealer
1042 Upper Wellington Street, Hamilton, Tel: 1-877-953-5597 or 905-385-5977 www.kellyscyclecentre.com

Milestone Motorsports
701 Brock Street North, Whitby Ontario Tel: 905-665-7888 www.milestone-motorsports.ca


MotoSport Plus
295 Dalton Ave, Kingston ON Tel: 613-544-4600 www.motosportplus.com


Northern Motorsports – Preowned Motorcycle Sales – Accessories, Clothing, Aftermarket Parts, Full Service Shop 160 Artisian Industrial Pkwy. Bradford, ON Tel:905-775-5838 or 1-800-835-2453

Orange Motorsports Ltd – New Bike Sales, Accessories & Gear
6423 Dale Road, Port Hope, Tel: 905-885-7006 or 1-866-288-2712 www.orangemotorsports.ca


PowerSports Canada – Sales, Service, Parts and Accessories store
1 Laser Street, Ottawa Tel: 613 224-7899 Toll Free: 1-888-587-8854 www.powersportscanada.com


Re-Gear – Pre-Owned Powersports Apparel
808 Simcoe Street South, Oshawa Tel: 905-240-7775 and 350 Highway #36, Lindsay, ON Tel: 705-320-7777 www.re-gear.ca


RGH Cycles
26 Elm Street, Kitchener, Tel: 519-576-6420 www.rghcycles.com


Royal Distributing – Clothing, Apparel, Parts and Accessories
Locations in Guelph, Innisfil, Sudbury, and Whitby www.royaldistributing.com


Snow City Cycle Marine – Sales, Service, Parts and Accessories
1255 Kennedy Road, Scarborough Tel:416-752-1560 Toll Free: 1-877-SNOWCITY www.snowcity.com


Studio Cycle Group Inc – Sales, Service, Equipment Rentals
2923 Dundas Street West, Toronto Tel:416-766-5300 www.studiocyclegroup.com


Tri-City Cycle & Sport – Sales, Gear
51 Weber Street North, Waterloo, Tel:519-884-6410 or 1-800-597-5219 www.tricitycycle.ca


The Motorcycle Store – Used Bike Sales, Service, Parts and Accessories
1599 Sedlescomb Dr. Mississauga, ON Tel:905-602-8666 www.themotorcyclestore.net


Town Moto
132 Ossington Ave, Toronto ON Tel:416 856-8011
www.townmoto.com/


Vos Motors Yamaha
8161 Keele Street Unit#3, Concord ON Tel: 905-660-2901 ext 212
www.ridewithvos.com/



For those who are interested in renting some proper riding gear, please contact Studio Cycle Group at www.studiocycle.com

 

Glossary of Motorcycle terms

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Word Definition
Amps Short for Amperage, a measure of electrical output.
Body Armour Part of good quality riding safety gear – jacket should have body armour protecting your spine, elbows and shoulders, pants should have armour protecting your hips and knees. Body armour adds both impact and abrasion protection to your riding gear.
Bodywork The plastic panels on the outside of bikes – may consist of fairing, side panels, tail section, nose-cone, bellypan, etc.
Carbon Fiber An extremely strong thin fiber made by pyrolyzing synthetic fibers, such as rayon, until charred. It is used to make high-strength composites, including motorcycle bodywork and armour in gloves and other riding gear.
Carburetor Motorcycles usually have one per cylinder – they are a complex little collection of parts that controls the fuel mixture that enters the cylinders. Fuel injected bikes don’t have carburetors, which are sometimes called ‘carbs’.
Chicken Strips The unused side portions of the tire tread which indicate the lean angle the bike has been ridden at – extreme cornering reduces chicken strips to a very narrow band on the side of the tires.
Chassis The combination of the frame and suspension components.
Choke A mechanical device to assist in starting up a “cold” motor. It changes the mixture of air and gas that you are trying to combust to get the motor started.
Chopper Slang for a motorcycle that has been stripped (chopped) of unnecessary parts in order to lighten it. Current usage includes the extremely elongated frames popular with custom bike builders, built long and low but without consideration of weight.
Clutch A mechanical device that provides a regulated connection between the engine and transmission in order to provide a smoother flow of power to the drive wheel.
Constant Radius Turn A turn where arc of the turn stays constant throughout the length.
Contact Patch The patch of rubber on each tire contacting the road while you ride. Generally the size of the palm on your hand
Counter Steering Pushing the handlebars in what seems like the opposite direction of travel. Unlike a car, a bike can lean. Turning at speeds above 15-20 km/h is achieved by leaning the bike. To initiate a lean you have to push the right bar to go right or the left bar to go left. At slower speeds the reverse is true because you are no longer leaning the bike and using the center or flat part of the tire similar to turning a 3 or 4 wheeled vehicle.
Decreasing Radius Turn A turn that “tightens up” or closes in on itself; the radius of the corner decreases.
DOT Department of Transportation – United States branch of the government that provides guidance and regulation to the transportation industry in the US.
Drive Types “Chain Drive– Power is transmitted from the transmission to the rear wheel by a combination of sprockets and a chain (see Shaft and Belt Drives) Needs constant lubrication and adjustment. Is typically strongest of the three but also the shortest lived.Shaft drive – Power is transmitted from the transmission to the rear wheel by a shaft that is turned by/turns bevel gears. No adjustment and very little maintenance required.Belt drive – Power is transmitted from the transmission to the rear wheel by a combination of sprockets and a belt (generally Kevlar reinforced). Requires very little adjustment and typically very long lasting. (must watch for holes and wear of the ribs)”.
Duck Walking When you sitting on the bike and pushing it with your legs and feet. Paddling the bike along to make it move.
EFI Electronic Fuel Injection – A more sophisticated fuel system. A fine mist of fuel is sprayed into the combustion chamber for optimum ignition. The more ports, the finer the mist, the more accurate the system.
Engine Configuration Layout or arrangement of the engine’s cylinders – e.g.. V-Twin, V4, parallel twin, opposed twin, single, inline four, inline triple, flat four, square four, straight six, etc.
Fairing The plastic, fiberglass, carbon fiber or metal panels that wrap a motorcycle for aerodynamics, wind/weather protection and design.
Gearhead Slang term for anyone passionate about the mechanics of motors and anything motorized. Usually likes to share lots of details that a non-gearhead will be bored by.
Gyroscopic Inertia What keeps a spinning top upright? Gyroscopic inertia, also known as centrifugal inertia. The spinning top is stable when it spins fast, and becomes less stable (starts to wobble) as it slows down, as the centrifugal or gyroscopic inertia becomes less. The same physics applies to motorcycles, inceasing stability at higher speeds.
Horsepower A measure of power commonly used to describe a car, motorcycle or other vehicle. I.e.. A cbr600fi has 100 HP (horsepower).
Increasing Radius Turn A turn that “opens up” or gets straighter; the radius of the corner increases.
Iron Butt Rally A long-distance rally requiring the participants to ride at least 11,000 miles in 11 days.
Lane Splitting Riding between lanes of traffic. Illegal in Canada.
Lid Slang term for helmet.
Lugging the Engine Being in a gear too high for your speed. The engine “lugs”, rattles or bogs suggesting you to downshift to a gear better suited to your current road speed.
Master Link A link in the chain that can be disassembled to repair the chain.
Naked bikes Bikes designed with little or no fairing. Originated when sport bike riders fell over, breaking the fairings and not replacing them.
Odometer Displays, in kilometers, the distance the bike has traveled, usually runs off the speedometer.
OEM Original Equipment Manufacturer. Parts coming from the original manufacturer.
Pillion Passenger seat or sometimes the passenger is described as “riding pillion” (mostly a U.K. term).
Powerband A specific range of engine speed (rpm) where the engine makes the majority of its power (see horsepower and torque). Where the engine is “happiest” to run.
Push Steering See counter steering.
Riding Gear Safety gear you wear, provides wind and weather protection as well as impact and abrasion protection. Leather riding gear is traditional, and provides good abrasion protection. Riding gear made out of manufactured fibers is now available too, including cordura and gortex (tough and breathable, waterproof) and kevlar (body armour/abrasion protection).
Riding “Two Up” Riding with a passenger.
RPM Revolutions Per Minute, the ‘engine speed’; the number of times a crankshaft rotates 360 degrees each minute.
SAE Society of Automotive Engineers – Do testing and provide standards for virtually every piece of the motorcycle itself including the fluids.
Snell Memorial Foundation Private foundation that tests helmets of many kinds to a clearly documented standard and releases reports stating their findings.
Speed Wobble At high speed, some bikes will wobble in the wind caused by mechanical issues or aerodynamics. Changing speed can sometimes eliminate this wobble.
Speedometer Displays, in kilometers, the speed the bike is traveling, usually cable driven.
Squid An aggressive, unsafe rider who does stunts on public roads, usually not wearing suitable safety equipment.
Tachometer Displays, the number of ‘Revolutions Per Minute’ (RPM) of the engine.
Tang The part of the sidestand that sticks out, intended for you to put your toe on to lower the side stand while seated on the bike.
Tank Slapper Usually at high speed – the bars slap back and forth. This is caused by a few things or a combination of a few things such as: too much power, a bump in the road while accelerating, suspension issues, overloading the rear of the bike etc.
Tar Snakes Road repairs made with tar strips that run lengthwise on the road – slippery.
Thumper A single cylinder engine, typically a larger displacement.
Touring Bike A bike made to ride long days, typically with lots of luggage and other features.
Torque A measure of twisting force. The engine transmits this through the chain, shaft or belt to the rear wheel. The “accelerating force” whereas horsepower is the “speed force” i.e. horsepower is how fast you can go and torque is how quickly you get there.
Trip Meter Displays, in kilometers, the distance traveled since the trip meter was last re-set. Used to estimate fuel consumption, or when to stop for gas on bikes without a fuel gauge.
Voltage A measure of electrical output. Most modern motorcycles have a 12 volt battery system.

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Great Bike Road links and Touring Companies

ROADS TO RIDE

Great Ontario Bikeroads – Routes to the best Ontario roads http://bikeroads.atspace.com

Favourite Motorcycle Rides around Ottawa – http://www.themcdonalds.net/richard/bike/rides.shtml

Ride Grey Bruce – http://www.ridegreybruce.ca

Vancouver BC Bike Roads and Ride routes –http://members.shaw.ca/bjs1/interesting_roads_main.htm

 

MOTORCYCLE RIDE LISTINGS

Ontario Bike Rides: http://ontario.bikerides.ca/

Guide to Motorcycle Rides – http://www.places2ride.com/

 

MOTORCYCLE TOURING GROUPS

Momentum Adventure Motorcycling – http://momentummotorcycling.ca/

Motorcycle Insurance links
We are pleased to let you know that Riders Plus Insurance now has exclusive motorcycle rates. These new rates provide discounts to riders for the following:

  • Successful completion of a Setting the Course – Riding Basics Course
  • Successful completion of an M2 Exit course
  • Successful completion of a Technical Skills – RTI’s Advanced Course

The savings are significant and in many cases cover the cost of the course.

Riders Plus is very committed to promoting rider training and we believe that these new discounts will further that commitment.

Riders Plus Insurance – 5-80 North Queen St, Toronto, Ontario, M8Z 5Z6 – Tel:416-251-1447 Toll Free:1-877-251-4504 www.ridersplus.com

Open Road Insurance Program – Toll Free:1-866-676-7623 www.openroadprogram.com

Motorcycle Shield Insurance – J.D. Smith & Associates
2-105 West Beaver Creek Road, Richmond Hill, ON L4B 1C6 – Tel:905-764-7868 Toll Free:1-800-917-SAVE Ext. 227 www.jdsmithinsurance.com/jds-motorcycle.htm
Gagan Sidhu- State Farm Insurance – 905-454-9919 www.gagansidhu.com
Mantha Insurance – 613-746-1450 or Toll-free 1-800-269-2728 www.manthainsurance.com
South Financial Group Inc Paul South, R.I.B. (Ont)– 1-866-607-6168, psouth@surnet.net OR Christopher South, R.I.B. (Ont) CIP – 416-546-8969, csouth@surnet.net

Insurance Rate Comparison Websites: Online tools, quotes and comparisons

Kanetix.ca –www.kanetix.ca

InsuranceHotline.com – www.insurancehotline.com

Motorcycle Maintenance and Storage Links

Info Sites

Aidens Detailing – www.aidensmobiledetailing.ca

Motorcycle Transmission Basics 101 – www.f6rider.com

WebBikeWorld – Motorcycle Repair Articles – http://www.webbikeworld.com/Motorcycle-technical-articles/tech-directory.htm

MotoSport Plus – 295 Dalton Ave, Kingston ON Tel:613-544-4600 – http://www.motosportplus.com

Open Directory – Motorcycle Maintenance Articles – http://dmoz.org/Recreation/Motorcycles/Maintenance/

Tow-A-Bike – 24/7 Motorcycle Towing, Rescue, and Transport – 1-855-TOWBIKE (869-2453) – http://www.towabike.ca

Toronto Motorcycle Storage – We pick up, store, & deliver your bike to you- 416-994-9706 or email pcamenzuli@telus.blackberry.net –http://www.torontomotorcyclestorage.com

Manufacturers Websites

Aprilia – Canadian Site – www.apriliacanada.ca – Interntional Site – www.aprilia.com

BMW Canadian Site – www.bmw-motorrad.ca – International Site – www.bmw-motorrad.com

Boss Hoss – custom V-8 motorcycles www.bosshossusa.com

Buell – www.buell.com

Derbi – Canadian Site www.derbicanada.com – International Site www.derbi.com

Ducati – www.ducati.com

Harley-Davidson – www.harley-davidson.com

Honda Canada – www.honda.ca

Hyosung Canada – www.hyosung.ca

Indian Motorcycle – www.indianmotorcycle.com

Kawasaki Canada – www.kawasaki.ca

KTM – www.ktmcanada.com

Kymco – www.kymco.ca

Laverda – www.laverda.com

Moto Guzzi – www.motoguzzicanada.com

Piaggio Canada – Canadian Site www.piaggiocanada.com – International Site www.piaggio.com

Suzuki – www.suzuki.ca

Triumph – www.triumph.co.uk

Ural – Canadian Site www.ural.ca – International website www.ural.com

Vespa – Canadian Site www.vespacanada.com – International Site www.vespa.com

Yamaha – www.yamaha-motor.ca

Offroad Riding Schools

Canadian Motorcycle Training Services Inc – Off Road Rider Training – 15 Parkdale Crescent, Barrie Ontario Tel:705-720-1995 www.cmts.org

Ganaraska Offroad Motorcycle Adventures – Trial Tours and Dirt Bike School – 459 County Road 21, Millbrook, Ontario Tel:705-277-9511 Toll Free:1-877-939-5267 – www.trailtour.com

Momentum Adventure Motorcycling – http://momentummotorcycling.ca/

Trials Canada – Trials Riding School www.trialscanada.com

Motorcycle Organizations

CMA – Canadian Motorcycle Association – www.canmocycle.ca

MCC – Motorcyclists Confederation of Canada – www.motorcycling.ca

MMIC – Motorcycle Moped Industry Council – www.mmic.ca

MTO – Ministry of Transportation for Ontario – www.mto.on.ca

SMF – Snell Memorial Foundation (helmet testing) – www.smf.org

Publications for Motorcyclists

Canadian Biker – Box 4122 Victoria BC V8X 3X4 – Subscription info:1-800-667-5667 www.canadianbiker.com

Canadian Motorcycle Guide Online – A fun and informative Canada wide motorcycle e-zine – www.cmgonline.com

Cycle Canada – Subscription info 1-800-561-0318 www.passionperformance.ca/motorcycle/

Cycle World – Subscription info 303-603-1464

Sport Rider Magazine – Subscriptions available online www.sportrider.com

The Motorcycle News www.themotorcyclenews.com

Woman Motorist – A Woman Motorist Internet Magazine www.womanmotorist.com

Motorcycle Racing Links

Fast Riding School – www.fastridingschool.com

R.A.C.E. School – www.shannonville.com click on ‘R.A.C.E.’ link.

V.R.R.A. Racing School – www.vrra.ca before first race round weekend in early June each season.

Race Links

AMA Superbike www.amasuperbike.com

Canadian Superbike Series www.cdnsuperbike.com

Canadian Motorcross Racing Club www.cmrcracing.com

Vintage Road Racing Association – www.vrra.ca

Road Racing Links – www.fortunecity.com

Ontario Race Tracks

Shannonville www.shannonville.com

Mosport www.mosport.com

Cayuga www.torontomotorsportspark.com

Calabogie www.calabogiemotorsports.com

Race oriented – Parts & Service

Adjustment Tech Racing – High Performance Motorcycle Specialists – R.R.#3 Omemee, Ontario K0K 2W0 (near Oshawa) Tel:705-799-5139

Pro 6 Cycle – Parts and Service for High Performance Bikes – 871 Kipling Avenue, Toronto Tel:416-231-8829 www.pro6cycle.com

Motorcycle Rentals

Motorcycle Rentals

MotoSport Plus – www.motosportplus.com
Rent the Ride, Own the Road – Harley-Davidson Rentals – www.hdrentals.com
GTA Exotics – www.gtaexotics.ca/motorcycle-rentals

Motorcycling Safety Links

Safety Information and Organizations

Government of Canada Safety website – www.safecanada.ca – Transportation and Travel Safety http://safecanada.ca/topic_e.asp?category=8

Insurance Institute for Highway Safety – Motorcycle Helmet Use Laws (USA)- www.iihs.org

Motorcycle Road Safety International Links
UK: http://www.thinkroadsafety.gov.uk/campaigns/motorcycles/motorcycles.htm
USA: www.msf-usa.org

National Agenda for Motorcycle Safety – Motorcycle Safety Foundation (USA)- www.nhtsa.dot.gov

Ontario Road Safety Annual Report – www.mto.gov.on.ca/english/safety/orsar

Road Safety Network International Road Safety organization – http://www.roadsafetynetwork.com/index.html

Road Safe WSIB – www.roadsafe.ca/about.html

Snell Memorial Foundation – Not-for-profit organization dedicated to research, education, testing and development of helmet safety standards –www.smf.org

Transportation Canada Road Safety – http://www.tc.gc.ca/roadsafety/rssrinfo/aboutrs.htm

World Health Organization International Helmet Initiative – www.whohelmets.org

Sales and Service
Barrie Honda Powerhouse – Sales, Parts, Service
74 Mapleview Drive, Barrie powerhouse.barriehonda.com

Daytona Motorsport
2899 Steeles Ave West, Unit 20, Toronto www.daytonamotorsport.ca


Davies Harley Davidson
8779 Yonge Street, Richmond Hill
www.daviesharley.com

G P BIKES fine motorsports – 1100 Champlain Ct, Whitby, ON L1N 6K9 Tel: 905-428-8983 www.gpbikes.com

High Rise Motor Cycles – Harley Davidson Service, Parts and Accessories – 2832 Dundas Street West, Toronto Tel:416-767-0206
Kelly’s Cycle Centre – Yamaha 5 Star Dealer – 1042 Upper Wellington Street, Hamilton, Tel: 1-877-953-5597 or 905-385-5977www.kellyscyclecentre.com/
Main Street Custom PowerSports – 518 Main Street, Schomberg, Ontario, Tel: 905-939-7694www.http://mainstreetpowersports.ca/

Magic Motorcycles – Service, New and Used Parts for Harley and British, Custom Cruisers – 1228 Gorham, Newmarket, Ontario Tel:905-853-2333
MotoSport Plus 295 Dalton Ave, Kingston ON Tel:613-544-4600 www.motosportplus.com/
Motorcycle Dealers Digital Era Media Inc., P.O. Box 370, Brockville www.MotorcycleDealers.ca
Motorcycle Superstore Inc – Used Motorcycles, Service, Parts, Accessories and Gear – 47 River St. Toronto Tel:416-364-8889
Northern Motorsports – Preowned Motorcycle Sales – Accessories, Clothing, Aftermarket Parts, Full Service Shop – 160 Artisian Industrial Pkwy. Bradford, ON Tel:905-775-5838 or 1-800-835-2453 – www.northernmotorsports.com
The MotorCyclist Inc. – motorcycle shop catering to the motorcycle and scooter community in the heart of the GTA – 850 Richmond St. West Toronto Tel: 647-204-7020 – www.themotorcyclist.ca
Ontario Cycle Salvage – Service, Used Parts and New Accessories – 1570 Kingston Road, Toronto Tel: 416-699-6198www.ontariocyclesalvage.com
Orange Motorsports Ltd – New Bike Sales, Accessories & Gear – 6423 Dale Road, Port Hope, Tel: 905-885-7006 or 1-866-288-2712www.orangemotorsports.ca

Parker Bros. PowerSports – Discount Gear, Parts and Accessories – 825 Kipling Ave., Toronto Tel:416-234-5750 www.powersports.ca
PowerSports Canada – Sales, Service, Parts and Accessories store – 1 Laser Street, Ottawa Tel: 613 224-7899 Toll Free: 1-888-587-8854www.powersportscanada.com
RNR CUSTOM CYCLE LTD. – Sales, Custom Cycles – 108 Beaumont Cres, Guelph ON 519-821-8666 www.rnrcustomcycle.com
RGH Cycles- 26 Elm Street, Kitchener, Tel: 519-576-6420 www.rghcycles.com
Rocket Motorcycle– Service and Parts – 217 Oakdale Road, Downsview Tel:416-746-1563
Rosey Toes Motorcycles Inc – Service and Parts – 131 Wendell, Toronto Tel:416-241-2523
Snow City Cycle Marine – Sales, Service, Parts and Accessories – 1255 Kennedy Road, Scarborough Tel:416-752-1560 Toll Free: 1-877-SNOWCITY www.snowcity.com
Ton-Up-Bikes – Vintage Motorcycle Repair – 80 Nashdene Road, Unit #137 Scarborough www.ton-up-bikes.com – service@ton-up-bikes.com
Tri-City Cycle & Sport – Sales and Gear – 351 Weber Street North, Waterloo Tel:519-884-6410 OR 1-800-597-5219 www.tricitycycle.ca
The Motorcycle Store – Used Bike Sales, Service, Parts and Accessories – 1599 Sedlescomb Dr. Mississauga, ON Tel:905-602-8666www.themotorcyclestore.net
VOS Motors Yamaha 8161 Keele Street Unit#3, Concord, ON Tel:905-660-2901 ext 212www.ridewithvos.com
Bob’s Cycle Cornwall LTD. 5614 hyw 138 Longsault, Ontario K0C 1P0 – 877 938 7244 toll free – www.bobscycle.ca
Dream Cycles Ltd. 1744 Woodward Drive, Ottawa, Ontario K2C 0P8 – 1 800 291-9509 toll free – www.dreamcycles.net

Scooter Links

Aprilia -Interntional Site – www.aprilia.com
Derbi – International Site www.derbi.com
GS Motor Works – Mopeds & Gas Powered Scooters for Sale Online – www.GSMotorWorks.com

Kymco – www.kymco.ca

Motoretta – Imported Italian Scooters, Merchandise and Parts – 554 College Street, Toronto Tel: 416-925-1818 www.motoretta.ca

MotoSport Plus – 295 Dalton Ave, Kingston ON, Tel: 613-544-4600 www.motosportplus.com

Piaggio – International Site www.piaggio.com

Scoot.net Links – International Directory www.scoot.net

TOMOS Scooters www.siriusmotosportsinc.com

Vespa – Canadian Site www.vespacanada.com – International Site www.vespa.com

Resources for Women Riders

MOTORCYCLING WEBSITES FOR WOMEN:

Motoress – www.motoress.com Ride My Own – www.ridemyown.com

Lady Biker – www.ladybiker.com

Women Ride – www.womenride.com

Woman Biker – www.womanbiker.com

Woman Motorist – www.womanmotorist.com

WOMEN’S RIDING CLUBS:

WIMA World Website – www.wimaworld.com Women on Wheels – www.womenonwheels.org

Women in the Wind – www.womeninthewind.org

Women Motorcyclists United – www.womenmotorcyclistsunited.com

Motor Maids – www.motormaids.org

Chrome Divas Ontario – www.ontariochromedivas.ca/

Durham Divas – www.durhamdivas.ca

WOMEN’s Rides:

Susie Q Ride for Cancer – http://www.susieqride.com WROAR Ride ‘Women Ride Out Against Rape’ – http://www.wroar.com

International Female Ride Day – http://www.motoress.com/femalerideday2008.asp

Motorcycle Wreckers

Ontario Cycle Salvage – Service, Used Parts and New Accessories – 1570 Kingston Road, Toronto Tel: 416-699-6198www.ontariocyclesalvage.com Oshawa Cycle Salvage – Buy and Sell, New and Used Parts – 1348 Taunton East, Oshawa ON – Tel:1-800-338-6491T.O Cycle Salvage – www.motorbiketoronto.com

The Bike Yard – Used Bikes and Parts for Sale – 789 Arrow Road, Toronto ON – Tel: 416-744-2453 www.bikeyard.com

Zdeno Cycle Warehouse LTD – New and Used Parts, Buy Used and Wrecked Motorcycles – 2620 St. Clair Avenue West, Toronto ON – Tel:416-762-9963

Sonic Cycle – 2690 Dundas Street East London ON – Tel:(519) 659-7833 – www.soniccycle.com

Ultimate Cycle – 2289 Barton St East Hamilton, ON Tel. (905) 560-1124 – www.ultimate-cycle.com

RPM Cycle – 5330 Canotek Road, Gloucester ON Tel. (613) 321-6295 – www.rpm-cycle.com