Drumheller advances to second round of Rider Friendly Community Contest
‘ We are up against some stiff competition. Port Alberni has a huge run every year, with over 1,000 riders and Nisku is the home of Black Jacks, which is a big, big biker bar. That is the start and stop for Cannonball Run for Ride for Sight and Ride for Dad, some big runs,” she said. “It’s not like it’s a cakewalk for us.”
This means that those who support Drumheller need to get out and vote online at www.riderfriendlycontest.ca.
The website asks you to register and voters are allowed to cast one vote a day.
“The secret to winning is voting every day, and it is going to take that kind of push. As of Friday, March 17, Drumheller was trailing Port Alberni by 38 votes.
Buchamer says while some of the other locations host some big rallies, Drumheller is more of an all summer destinations, with riders streaming in on a daily basis.
“We have several rallies and run through every year. We have more going on. We may not get 1,000 riders at a time, but we get 500. They do it once and we do it every weekend,” she said.
To vote go to www.riderfriendlycontest.ca and follow the links to vote.
“I’m hoping people get behind it, they certainly did in the first round. We need to get through the second round and then after that, get through the final round,” Buchamer said.