Thursday, June 3, 2010

Biker Chicz TV at Laconia 2010

IT'S OFFICIAL - The East Coast Biker Chicks will begin filming their TV reality series on Saturday, June 19th at Laconia Bike Week.

The "hard riding, easy living, fun loving, charity giving" East Coast Biker Chicks motorcycle club was founded by Lucky Belcamino, a professional poker player and culinary chef in Boston. 


BOSTON, MA - 6/2/10 – Eight members of a Boston area all female motorcycle club called the East Coast Biker Chicks, will soon be featured in a new television series. Filming for the Biker Chicz docu-reality series is scheduled to start on June 19th during the annual Laconia Bike Week in Laconia NH, and continue in eastern Massachusetts throughout the summer.

Biker Chicz will focus on the positive aspects of the Harley-Davidson biker lifestyle and is being produced by an Oklahoma production company, Blockhead City Entertainment. “Our intention is to produce a happy, feel good television series that will be enjoyable to watch, and realistically capture the true nature of bikers, their spirit and the Harley lifestyle – this series will be just the opposite of what you see in shows like Sons of Anarchy and Gangland,” said Executive Producer Edward Winterhalder.

Winterhalder, a biker personality, author and the creator of the Biker Chicz TV series, has been riding Harleys since 1974. One of the world’s leading authorities on bikers, motorcycle clubs and the Harley-Davidson biker lifestyle; his books about the biker lifestyle are published in multiple languages and sold all over the world. “Because I have lived the biker lifestyle myself for more than thirty-five years, I feel confident that I can accurately capture for TV what really goes on in the life of a biker on a day-to-day basis,” he said.

“Thank God someone is finally going to show the world that bikers are ordinary people from all walks of life; regular people that have families and jobs, who enjoy riding Harleys in their spare time and giving back to the communities in which they live when they can,” said Lucky Belcamino.

Annie Concemi, recently profiled on TLC's "What Not To Wear," rides a Harley and will also be featured in the Biker Chicz TV series. "Everyone I know is sick and tired of all of the negative television these days, where everyone argues and fights for sixty minutes," said Annie. "Biker Chicz will be a breath of fresh air."

For Biker Chicz TV series details visit and click the “Television” button.