So, how many Edmontonians are going to come to the Edmonton Motorcycle Show this weekend?

The weather has been so unkind to the show managers across the country that I hope and pray that Edmontonians show up in full force regardless of the weather. The vendors and show managers work so hard to provide a great experience with something for everyone.

The SS Syndrome (Shiny $hit Syndrome) that accompanies PMS can be abated by making sure you have your charge or debit card ready - there are so many wonderful offerings for that ride of yours.

If you can't attend the Edmonton Motorcycle Show perhaps you will go and ogle the bikes that have already been entered in the Beat the PMS Blues On Line Show 'n' Shine. We have over 130 pictures in there already and I am hoping for many more. The dis-ease of PMS can only be reduced by seeing lots of motorcycles so our on line show 'n' shine and the motorcycle shows are a great way to put it at bay!

In major Canadian News, the IMBBA is getting geared up for the International  World Cup Ccompetition in Laval Quebec in April of 2012.

 “The IMBBA challenge is truly the first time Canada has to shine on a global market, with the rest of the world having to come to our door to compete, I feel it is long overdue, Canada’s commerce along with community and press from all these countries merging in Laval, Canada to photograph bikes that have never been seen before in public is exciting” said IMBBA’s Canadian representative and Master Bike Builder and Hall of Fame celebrity, Bob McKay.

In Other News:
Police forces in the USA are embracing the Zero motorcycle for stealthy patrols!

In Calgary Alberta and alderman is concerned that if Calgary does not have a race facility it will be seen as lacking

On Vancouver Island the hunt is on for a rider who has not been heard from in a week. If you have seen William Norman Lumley - please get in touch with the police.

I hope you all have a warm and safe day...

Belt Drive Betty
Editor & Rider

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