Day: October 14, 2021

Royal Enfield to lead motorcycle expedition to the South pole as a tribute to its 120 years journey

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Royal Enfield is the world’s oldest motorcycle brand in continuous production since 1901. For 120 years, Royal Enfield has remained the preserver of the legacy of building simple, authentic classic motorcycles that are engaging and fun to ride. Riding through time and tough terrain, the company has emerged victorious in rides that have tested the endurance of man and machine, while remaining relevant and desirable through the ages. Now, to commemorate 120 years of building the pure motorcycling culture, Royal Enfield will mark 2021 with an ambitious attempt to push the boundaries of motorcycling possibilities. 

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The company will undertake a motorcycling expedition on the Royal Enfield Himalayan, to attempt to reach the geographic South Pole, from the Ross Ice Shelf via the Leverett Glacier. 90-degree South – Quest for the Pole is conceptualized as a tribute to the

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Vietnam veteran receives free motorcycle donated to him after cancer forced him to give up old one

REPUBLIC, Mo. (KY3) – A Vietnam veteran in Republic received a big surprise. He received a donated motorcycle from a local club hoping to bring some joy back into his life.

Ken Fields is a Vietnam veteran who loved to ride his motorcycle. Fields says he’s been on a bike since he was 15-years-old. However, when Fields’ prostate cancer came back, he was no longer able to ride on his two-wheeled motorcycle.

“I had just about given up on riding again,” Fields says. “What they did means the world to me.”

That’s when Fields gave his motorcycle to another veteran in the law enforcement motorcycle club Third Watch.

Steve Burgher is the president of Third Watch. The goal of the motorcycle club is to “take care of those who took care of us.” That especially includes veterans who sacrificed so much.

“He’s the kind of guy that he’ll give

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Motorcyclist charged with leaving scene of fatal crash in NE Marion

A Fort McCoy man has been arrested and accused of leaving the scene of a motorcycle crash that killed a woman earlier this year.

Steven Timothy Cano was arrested at his probation officer’s office in Ocala at 9:15 a.m. Wednesday. He is charged with hit and run, failing to stop or remain at a crash involving death, and operating a motorcycle without a license. He was booked into the Marion County Jail with bail set at $12,000.

State records show Cano is serving felony probation for simple battery and false imprisonment. The term began in October 2020 and concludes in October 2023. Local court records also show he has had multiple traffic violations including speeding, driving on a suspended driver’s license and not wearing a seat belt.

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