Season 6 Episode 2 Segment 2
Blackjacks Roadhouse

At the Edmonton Motorcycle Show, Ride Like a Local ran into Krysta Shields, a Rider Friendly Business Partner, from Blackjacks Roadhouse.

Blackjacks Roadhouse is a huge part of the community.  Famous for its Tuesday Bike nights, they have established itself as one of he best biker friendly facilities for poker runs and charity rides in Western Canada.

Blackjacks Roadhouse hosts many major charity bike runs such as the Edmonton Ride for Dad, Ride for Sight, Ride for Mom, Wounded Warriors, Military Minds as well as numerous local club rides and events.

They are also the home and meeting place for numerous clubs such as BACA (Bikers against Child Abuse), Rig Riders and the Black gold Beamers (BMW). They offer their 100 seat second floor meeting area free of charge to all bike clubs.

While at the Edmonton Motorcycle Show, RIde Like a Local surprised Krysta with a beginners course from the Edmonton office of the Alberta Safety Council.  We sure hope to see this girl on a bike soon!

Go to Blackjacks Roadhouse to find out more about special events and more. at

Season 6 Episode 2 Segment 2
Neil MacDonald of Harley Davidson Edmonton

Ride Like a Local interviewed Neil MacDonald of Harley Davidson Edmonton.  He was excited to tell us all about the new Softail lineup.  The new lineup is all redesigned with a new motor, suspension and new frame.  Choose your motor from the Milwaukee 8 107 or 114.

If you're new to bikes and looking to get on one, a wonderful entry level bike or commuting bike is the Harley Davidson Street 750.  Its quick to get on and simple to get around!  But if you're asking Neil about his favorite bike, check out the Harley Davidson Street Special.

Another fun evening put on by Harley Davidson Edmonton is pipes night.  Come listen to a variety of exhaust installed on bikes or show off your own pipes.  Hang out and enjoy some delicious BBQ with your family and take a peek at their Fashion show.

For all your motorcycle needs check out Harley Davidson Edmonton at

If you are blessed enough to live where you can be riding today, please remember to ride like everyone around you is blind and can not see you.

Belt Drive Betty
Editor & Rider

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