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    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.

  • Today's Birthdays

    1. BoDidd (67 years old),
    2. DR WHIP (81 years old),
    3. Goody (59 years old)
  • Posts

    • Irma
      Sadly we retire #16044 for Darcy Krauza.  Our deepest sympathies to his wife Sheila, their family and friends. Copied from 1st Officer Den.. Darcy passed away while riding his motorcycle yesterday (May 16th) in St Thomas. An oncoming vehicle crossed over the line into his lane. He was the nicest man ever. Not only was he a chapter member but he was also making facemasks to help protect those in the community. Stopped by his house on Friday to pick up buttons he had for our group to make caps. We had a distanced conversation and he wanted to make t shirts for our Face Mask Facebook Group to remember the pandemic by. He was a great person and a great friend. Condolences to his wife Sheila and their family members. Ride on "CHILL."   It is with heavy hearts that we have to announce that Darcy Eugene Krauza was tragically taken away from us after a motor vehicle accident on May 16th, 2020. Predeceased by his loving mother Ruth Tobea Krauza. Survived by his loving father Gus Krauza, his sisters Darlene Lee (Darrel), Linda Nadeau (Charles), Karen Mackay (Kevin), Julie Crowell (David) and Brenda Patchell (Bruce), and his many nieces and nephews. He was the eternal soulmate of Shelia Krauza, adoring father of Marianne Jefferson (Nathan) and Christopher Krauza (Tracey). He was an amazing grandfather to Elijah Jefferson (his little buddy, and apple of his eye). Beloved son-in-law to Joann Reichwald. Best friend of Thomas Taylor (Pat) (his supervisor on the job). A great friend and partner-in-crime to Deb Coon. He was like a father to many of his children’s friends and loved them all like his own. In his final moments he was a guardian angel to Riley Elliot whom he loved like a niece. Darcy was avid motorcycle enthusiast for 40+ years, he was a member of the Lake Huron Steel Horse Riders as well as the Canadian Motorcycle Cruisers Chapter 016. He was also a retired member of the Millwright Union Local 1592, as well as a jack-of-all-trades (except plumbing). He was a volunteer little league baseball coach who always took his team for ice cream as long as everyone had fun. He was also a volunteer firefighter for many years in Courtright and he was an avid animal lover, always rescuing animals - from deer and bunnies, to cats and dogs. Darcy was always the life of the party, with his larger than life personality he electrified the room when he walked in. You could always find him in the crowd with his booming and contagious laugh. He spent his retirement with his best friend Thomas and his son-in-law Nathan doing renovations and various projects around the house. During his down time, he was making and donating face masks to the community during this Covid 19 pandemic. He touched countless lives all across Canada and the US. He had no strangers just a friend he had yet to meet. He had a heart of gold that was bigger than himself, he would always help those in need. The world is a little darker without him in it, he was truly a great man. Cremation has taken place. In true Darcy fashion, there will be a memorial ride set up by Chris Krauza once this Covid 19 pandemic is over, followed by a celebration of life in Courtright. He will be greatly missed but never forgotten. In lieu of flowers, any donations can be made to a trust fund that will be set up for his grandson’s education.  
    • Irma
      Our apologies for the lateness of this post as Dave passed away last July.  We wish to express our deepest condolences to Lorna and their family and friends in their loss.   GREGORY, David Paul, aged 65 of Brantford Ontario died unexpectedly on July 5th 2019.Dave is survived by his wife Lorna (nee McDonald); his children Sandy (James) DeVries, Tabitha Gregory, David (Ashley) Gregory, Jessie (Candy) Gregory and Donald (Ashley) Gregory; 15 grandchildren; one great grandson; brother Kirk (Joan) Gregory, sister Cindy (Dean) Walker and many nieces and nephews.Dave was a people person and loved to help just about anyone. He loved sports and played, coached and supported teams through his entire life. Dave was a past President and member of Harlequins Rugby Club; supported Brant Figure Skating club when his kids were young; coached various sports teams including hockey, sledge hockey and baseball.Dave is pre-deceased by his brother Gary; his parents Tom and Muriel Gregory; his in-laws Don and Dolly (Jessie) McDonald; and his grandson Damien.Cremation has occurred. The family will greet friends and family at a celebration of life for Dave on Saturday August 3rd, 2019 from 2-8 pm at 12826 Lakeshore Rd, Wainfleet.In lieu of flowers, donations to one of the following would be appreciated: Canadian Women's Sledge hockey https://www.canadianwomensledgehockey.com/ , Canadian Cancer Society, Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada or Diabetes Canada.
    • Ozey
    • DUNNER
      Tony will be missed in the 028 family... very sad day.
    • Irma
      Sadly we retire #280182 for Tony Augustine. Our deepest condolences to Tony's family and friends.   It is with great sadness that we announce the sudden passing of Tony Augustine, on Sunday, December 1st, 2019, at the age of 44. Tony will be missed every day by his loving parents, Joe and Alice; his brother, Andrew (Tomoko); and his nephews, Alex, Nicky and Max. Sadly missed by his many relatives and friends. Visitation will be held on Monday from 4:00 ~ 7:00 p.m. at WESTVIEW FUNERAL CHAPEL, 709 Wonderland Road North, London. A Funeral Mass will be celebrated at ST. PETER'S CATHEDRAL BASILICA, 196 Dufferin Avenue, London on Tuesday, December 10, 2019 at 10:00 a.m. For information and online condolences, please visit www.westviewfuneralchapel.com  
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