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  3. Thanks Mike and Mary. Mike was a wonderful man. Kim
  4. Sadly we retire #73056 for Cheryl Ward who has been a member of CMC since 2009. Our deepest condolences to Chad, their family and friends. posted in 073 Saugeen-Maitland: https://www.cmcnational.ca/forums/topic/41153-sad-news/?tab=comments#comment-201631
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  6. Lucky Mission

    Ride around the Valley

    We will have a ride around the valley. This ride and next week ride will be more like pre-season rides. for some of us, it will be there first rides of the season and for some, it will be just a refresh. for sure it will be fun. we will ride and stop for lunch and ride more after lunch. we should finish no more then 5 pm if any question feel free to send me a note. Welcome to all of you. Tim Horton, 32525 London Ave, Mission, BC. See you there, Robert "Lucky" Higgins 1st Officer / Road Captain CMC 071 - Mission
  7. Lucky Mission

    Ride around the Valley

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    We will have a ride around the valley. This ride and next week ride will be more like pre-season rides. for some of us, it will be there first rides of the season and for some, it will be just a refresh. for sure it will be fun. we will ride and stop for lunch and ride more after lunch. we should finish no more then 5 pm if any question feel free to send me a note. Welcome to all of you. Tim Horton, 32525 London Ave, Mission, BC. See you there, Robert "Lucky" Higgins 1st Officer / Road Captain CMC 071 - Mission
  8. Grief can be so hard, but our special memories help us cope a bit. Our sympathy and prayers for Mikes family and friends. Mike and Mary
  9. Sadly we retire #23033 for Mike Dunn who passed away Feb 21, 2019. Our deepest condolences to Kim and their family and friends. May 12, 1951 – February 21, 2019 Mike passed away peacefully surrounded by love after living with brain cancer for over a year. Mike worked at Winnipeg Hydro for 30 years until his retirement in 2000. He moved on to his next career as a bartender at many bars, including The Tyndall Hotel, The Oak Bank Bar (OBB), The Royal George and the Royal Canadian Legion. Mike was a true gentleman; charming, quick-witted and a bit rough around the edges. He earned a fifth-degree black belt in Tae Kwan Do and competed in many martial arts competitions. He taught Tae Kwan Do in Winnipeg and in Cooks Creek for many years. Mike owned and showed miniature horses and was the founder of the Miniature Horse Association of Manitoba. Mike was also an avid cyclist, runner and curler. His love for motorcycle riding took a back seat when marriage and raising his two sons, Andrew and Robert became a priority. Once the boys were grown and Mike was single again, he bought a motorcycle and enjoyed riding until he was no longer able. Mike and Kim enjoyed 13 years as partners in life. Together they rode their motorcycles from coast-to-coast in Canada, with the highlight of their riding being their 2016 trip to Newfoundland. They also enjoyed some trips in the States. Mike retired permanently in 2016 and lived for riding during the summers. When not riding, Mike enjoyed his days by banging on the drum kit, cooking, enjoying a cigar, a drink and crossword puzzle on the patio while waiting for “my Kimmy” to come home from work. He lived life to the fullest, with few regrets. Mike was predeceased by his parents Robert and Nora; his beloved son Andrew; and brother-in-law Fred Gailus. He is survived by his son Robert; daughter-in-law Leticia; wife Kim; her children Kelsey and Ian; his brother Richard; sister Andrea Gailus as well as many nieces, nephews, family and friends, and his best pal, his cat, Put Put. In keeping with Mike’s wishes, cremation has taken place. An informal gathering will take place at the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 81, 300 Trent Avenue on Thursday, February 28 beginning at 3:30 pm. A Eulogy will be given at 4:30 pm. Mike’s family wishes to express their thanks to Cancer Care Manitoba as well as the amazing staff at Riverview Health Care Centre 3 East for the care and compassion shown to Mike. In lieu of flowers please make a donation to the Andrew Dunn Fund, Box 89, Oakbank, MB, R0E 1J0 or a charity of your choice.
  10. Zoomie

    Mystery Ride

    Breakfast at MGM for 9:00. Meet at Northfield Esso for 10:00 and KSU at 10:30.
  11. Stafford

    Tectonic Shifting

    Yes Robert, By all accounts that year/mileage ratio does seem rather anemic. Unfortunately life at times does intrude. However I will be taking steps to prioritize work/leisure and definitely see if I can do something about increasing that mileage number.
  12. rtoews

    Tectonic Shifting

    agreed, try with passenger and as much gear as possible to get the feel of each bike you are considering. But, 9 years and only 45,000 kms?
  13. threads

    Duffy Lake Loop

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    Depart Sat. AM Departure Bay Camp at Forestry Campsite { Cinnamon or Cottonwood } Return Sun. via Lillooet , Lytton , Fraser Canyon.
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    Renfrew Loop

    KSU time and ride details to be announced
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    Qualicum Car Show

    Fathers Day car show Bring your walking shoes
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    Taylor Flats

    Picnic lunch at Taylor Flats.
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    Chemainus/ Mill Bay

    Chemainus and beyond weather permitting. Perhaps a walk along Kinsol Trestle.
  18. We lost a Stalwart member and 1st Officer in John's passing. 😴 Ride easy Furbie Dusty
  19. I was so shocked and saddened to hear this news. Furbie will be missed by all who knew him. A very sad day for CMC.
  20. Xtine

    Grand River Motorcycle Ride for Dad

    It's almost that time of year!?! 😎 GRAND RIVER MOTORCYCLE RIDE FOR DAD!! June 1st, 2019 at 50 Sportsworld Crossing Road (King and Sportsworld Drive), Kitchener. I have formed a "Canadian Motorcycle Cruisers (CMC)" team, so feel free to join. All your fundraising efforts will remain in your name, they will simply tally up all CMC members totals into one. Like last year, I did not specify a specific chapter as there are many chapters that partake in this event. I will be emailing for VIP parking and will let you know when it's confirmed. This year's event will mark my 10th year participating in this event which raises money for prostate cancer research. Bonus: All monies raised in this area will remain in this area Thanks to all those that support my fundraising efforts, I reached the gold level last year ($5000+ raised). I am truly thankful to all those that come out to the ride to support a great cause, and to all those that support my fundraising. You can click on the link below to donate online, or if you prefer to do it in person, let me know as I always have a donation form with me. http://support.pcff.ca/site/TR/RideforDad2019/MRFD_General?px=1062194&pg=personal&fr_id=1764&fbclid=IwAR2Szl8Bftwl9AOtXi5insdtYRKkKz2mKSTvRJG1hp6FPFOCk9Y4pBti-P0
  21. A sad day for the CMC and for all the friends John made over his years with the 007. He will be forever missed.
  22. I’m still shocked to hear this very sad news.. John will certainly be missed here in Hamilton and the CMC. A very welcoming man with a big hug to members or visitors alike..
  23. Very sad and tragic news of Johns passing. My condolences to all of us that knew him.
  24. Very sad, I still think of her often.
  25. A Great lost for the CMC today! R.I.P. Furbie
  26. Sadly we retire #280195 for Jack Thornton. Our deepest condolences to his wife Diane, their family and friends. https://www.cmcnational.ca/forums/topic/40772-condolences-to-the-thornton-family/?tab=comments#comment-200552 obit: http://lfpress.remembering.ca/obituary/jack-thurlow-thornton-2019-1073753162 THORNTON, Jack Thurlow - Suddenly, on Friday, March 29, 2019, Jack passed away in his 77th year. Best friend & husband of Diane (Murch) for 32 years. Loving father of Jack Jr. (Ruth), Perry (Lori), Scott (Joelle), Mark (Laurie) and step-father of Terry (Heidi) Hardwick & the late James Hardwick. Cherished grandfather of Cody, Colton, Chasen, Nash, Zoe, Curtis, Courtney, Cassandra (deceased), Melissa, Trevor, Brett, Clayton & Hunter. Dear brother of Wayne (Mary), Martin (Bonnie), Terry & Linda (deceased). Also survived by many nieces, nephews & cousins. Jack will be missed by his Aunt Daisy Thornton & her family. Predeceased by his parents Cliff & Iolene Thornton. Jack was a longtime employee of Lawson & Jones (SPG) and had a love for motorcycles and classic cars. As per Jack's wishes there will be no visitation. A graveside service will be held at Forest Lawn Cemetery, 2001 Dundas St. E., on Wednesday, April 3, 2019 at 2:00 p.m. LOGAN FUNERAL HOME , 371 Dundas St., (519) 433-6181, entrusted with arrangements. Online condolences can be expressed at www.loganfh.ca A tree will be planted, by the staff of the Logan Funeral Home, as a living memorial to Jack Thornton.
  27. So very sad. My deepest condolences and sympathies to John's family and CMC friends.
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