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  1. Welcome To Canadian Motorcycle Cruisers

    1. CMC Bylaws & Privacy Policy

      Please note the CMC Bylaws and Privacy Policy are subject to change.

  2. Announcements & Events

    1. Photos & Trip/Event Reports

      Post all your picture links here. Write a summary of your trip too. You tube videos are also found here.

  3. Making Connections

    1. Visit a CMC Chapter Near You

      Chapters across the country meet regularly for rides, socials and meet & greets. They are perfect opportunities to get to know us :) If you are ever close by, stop in and say hi!

    2. Helping Hands - CMC members making a difference

      Sharing the great things that our members do for each other, their communities, their charities.

  4. Motorcycle Help / Safety & Training

    1. Motorcycle Information & Technical Help

      Sharing information or need help maintaining your bike and installing parts. This is the section for that.

  5. In Memory

    1. In Memory - Gone but not forgotten

      This area is reserved for the announcements and expression of condolences for those CMC members who have passed away.

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    3. Polarbear (59 years old)
  • Posts

    • Duffer
      Condolences from all Ontario chapters. So very sorry to hear.
    • Irma
      Sadly we retire #71001 for Robert Higgins who was serving as First Officer of CMC071 Mission BC.   Our deepest condolences to Robert's family and friends in their loss.
    • Irma
      Sadly we retire #7074 for Tracy Buckland, March 30 2021. Our deepest condolences to Dave and all of Tracy's family and friends. 
    • Irma
      Sadly we retire #89040 for Jim McBain.  Our deepest sympathies to his family and friends.     https://www.legacy.com/obituaries/guelphmercury/obituary.aspx?n=james-mcbain&pid=198193926 In loving memory of James (Jim) McBain who passed away suddenly at his Florida residence November 18, 2020. Predeceased by his wife Lucille of 55 years (née Barbeau in 2010) survived by his loving daughter Deborah Carr (Wayne) and sons Ronald and Terrence (predeceased 1991). Predeceased by his partner and best friend Valerie Koster, survived by his step-daughters Trina Koster (Scott), Tania, "Cookie" his four legged darling, in-laws Charlotte Johnson and Sandy Olsenberg. Jim was proudly employed with the Sudbury Fire Department and retired as Platoon Chief in 1994. He worked with Fisher/Wavy as a driver until his move to Guelph, Ontario in 2008. Jim's greatest passion was riding his motorbike. He spent most days exploring the roads on his beloved Honda Goldwing where he developed many lasting friendships along the way. At the age of 86, Jim exercised regularly at the Y so he could continue to ride. Jim was a Road Captain of the Sudbury Cruisers Riding Club Chapter 418, and a trusted member of CMC 089 Guelph/CMC001 Cambridge and ROMEO club. He will be sadly missed by many riding partners especially his close friends Ted and Bob. Jim had a good sense of humour and along with Valerie they were a big part of the Riverbend community in Guelph. He shared many good times with his close friends Claudette, Marsha and Rudy, Ted and Denise, Mariette and Wayne, John and Ola, Barb, Linda Myers, Audrey and Mary, Glenda and Bill, Roberta and Rick, and Sharon and Mary Eileen. We will miss his laugh and quick comments and how he would say "I feel wonderful, and if I didn't nobody wants to hear it anyway". May you rest in peace Jim, know that you were loved. A private celebration will be held on Sunday May 2 for Jim in Guelph.
    • CenCom
      Our sympathy and prayers 🙏 from Mike and Mary.  
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