once the inspection is approved by icbc and the registration complete, the VIN is clean and the bike streetable. I dont know how Transport Canada would get involved unless you took it back across the border and they somehow tracked that kind of thing. i doubt it though.LOL that's kinda nice But bringing it across the border would be the hard part. Either the bike is complete and the VIN is flagged as competition use only, or you have to bring it across in pieces.
A friend back east tried to bring across an old generation Tuono, tried the comp use only then get it re-inspected idea. The VIN was flagged by Customs when it came across the border and that was relayed to Transport Canada. So he had to buy another frame, and that sucks.
some ppl just roll over and dont bother to argue a point.