As discussed a few weeks ago, there was a time when racing on closed, public roads was a thing for Canadian motorcyclists, primarily in Quebec. Given our 1950s and ‘60s history of racing on old, frequently abandoned airfields across the country, this should come as no surprise. In the early 1970s, motorcycle roadracing was undergoing a growth period, largely due to the development of reasonably priced, sporty Japanese machinery.
Monday, 26 April 2021 11:20 Published in Colin Fraser
Husqvarna presented the 11th annual Canadian Motorcycle Hall of Fame Induction Banquet and Reunion at the Sheraton Airport in Montreal, QC, Saturday, March 25, and veteran road racer Miguel Duhamel of Las Vegas, NV, cemented his reputation for public speaking.
Fan favourite Duhamel, a star on the American superbike tour for almost two decades, was the final person inducted during post-dinner ceremonies hosted by television personality Eric Menard.
Sunday, 26 February 2017 01:40 Published in News