9 Eyeglasses; sunglasses; goggles; eyeglass cases; protective helmets; motorcycle electrical parts and gauges, namely, radios, speedometers, tachometers, batteries, wiring, cruise controls, switches, breaker points, turn signals, terminals, starters, circuit breakers, thermostats, battery chargers, armatures, voltage regulators; pre-recorded and blank video tapes and discs, audio and video equipment, television sets, stereo equipment, pre-recorded and blank audio tapes and discs, juke boxes, disc players, telephones, recorded computer software, computer games, mouse pads, magnets, automatic slot machines and pinball machines.
12 Motorcycles, motorcycle engines and parts and accessories therefor not included in other classes.
14 Jewellery, ankle bracelets, bracelets, earrings, necklaces, tie tacks, ornamental lapel pins, stick pins, clocks, watches, rings, charms, key fobs, belt buckles of precious metal, watchbands, money clips, collar tips, boot chains, hat pins, figurines of precious metal, bells of precious metal, bowls of precious metal, coins.
16 Stationery, books, bumper stickers, chequebook covers, journals, address books, folders, playing cards, calendars, decalcomanias, photo albums, posters, printed publications and printed matter, road atlases, service manuals for motorcycles, parts catalogues for motorcycles, accessory catalogues and lists, instruction books and handbooks, greeting cards, banners relating to motorcycling, note paper, pens and pencils, paper hats, paper table covers, paper napkins, photographs, pictures, bags of paper or plastic for wrapping and packing; stamps, pen or pencil holders, coin albums, coin holders, paintings, art reproductions, paper flags, desk sets, desk top planners, bookends, tattoos (removable) and decals.
18 Saddlery, purses, wallets, backpacks, duffel bags, motorcycle saddlebags, key fobs and key holders made of leather, garment bags, key cases, suitcases, tote bags, briefcases, attache cases, chequebook clutches, luggage, travel bags; leather beverage container holders; handbags, hip bags, haversacks, satchels, rucksacks, umbrellas and parasols, valises, trunks, pouches and note pad holders made of leather, luggage tags, pen or pencil holders made of leather, money clips made of leather.
21 Drinking glasses, mugs, steins, shaving brushes, shaving mugs, travel coolers, pitchers, pictures printed on plate glass, coasters, decanters, cups, cookie jars, insulated drinking steins, glassware, buckets, insulated can holders, commemorative plates, toothbrushes, quencher cups, bottle openers, bottle toppers, corkscrews, kitchen utensils, spoons, bowls, pewter plates, statues and figurines.
25 Outer clothing, sweaters, suspenders, scarves, bandannas, jackets, coats, vests, gloves, jeans, chaps, shirts, shorts, caps, hats, headgear for wear, knit hats, rain hats, belts, wristbands, coveralls, hosiery, halter tops, neckties, nightgowns, night shirts, pyjamas, pants, trousers, rain suits, rain coats, sweatshirts, sweat pants, tank tops, t-shirts, underwear, suits, head bands, leg warmers, aprons, mittens, lingerie, leather clothing, swimsuits, skirts, bibs; footwear, namely shoes and boots, and parts of footwear, namely boot tips, sole plates, heel guards.
26 Ornaments for hair and clothing not of precious metal, belt buckles not of precious metal, embroidery, buttons, slide fasteners, pins other than jewellery, badges, medallions, embroidered patches, decorative boot straps.
28 Toys, stuffed toy animals, toy banks, model kits, rocking horses, darts, dartboards, toy trucks, remote controlled vehicles, toy vehicles, scale model vehicles, trains and airplanes, snow sleds, model trains, model kits of vehicles, play balloons, puzzle games, billiard tables, billiard cues, pinball machines, aerial discs, inflatable toys, ornaments for Christmas trees, fishing rods and tackle, dolls, doll clothes, parlour games, balls for games and weight lifting belts.
39 Travel and tour arrangements.
41 Services rendered by motorcycle clubs and associations to their members, namely organisation and supervision of motorcycle clubs, motorcycling contests, motorcyclists' contests, arrangement of receptions and motorcycle rallies, organisation of exhibitions , arranging and conducting seminars and conferences, camp services, discotheque services, cinema services and presentation of live performances; publishing of map books for motorcycle tours; publication of printed material, sponsoring entertainment, sporting competitions, or cultural events; educational services; providing training.
42 Restaurant and bar services; temporary accommodations reservations, rental of temporary accommodations.