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Given that this is Britt Santowski's last Throttle Therapy for Black Press, she thought she’d leave you with her top 10 list for riders.
Actively choosing your lane position is an important conscious thought for any motorcyclist.
Britt Santowski, a former Chief instructor with the Vancouver Island Safety Council, shares her bits of wisdom about safe riding.
UK cyclist Ollie Blackmore will cycle around Vancouver Island starting on June 22, and passing through Sooke on his final leg.
Entitlement seems to be the norm among many politicians
Part 1: New research shows 'real' discoverer of gold
A relay team of five endurance runners will cover the entire length of Vancouver Island, starting from Port Hardy on February 16.
This week's Throttle Therapy column parks the didactic view and looks through a lens of compassion.
Britt Santowski gives riders some helpful information for year-round riding, as summer creeps to an end and Canadians highways stay tasty.
Several businesses in Sooke have had their offices completely destroyed by a blaze that raced through the building at 6660 Sooke Road.
Throttle Therapy examines end-of-life issues as it relates to the sanity of wearing a motorcycle helmet.
Throttle Therapy: There’s magic in motorcycling when riding in groups
The Cheanuh campground will close on August 11 to allow for development that will help the Beecher Bay Band improve their quality of life.
Should young children ride as passengers on motorcycles? Our columnist ponders the question.
Navigating roundabouts sounds easy in theory but get more complicated in practice. Throttle therapy takes a spin from a biker's perspective.
Motorcycling columnist from Sooke News Mirror shares her knowledge of motorcycle "lingo."
This week’s column looks at the basics of traffic-light controlled intersection etiquette.
Those arguing the safety merits of loud, after-market pipes on motorcycles are neglecting their own longterm health.