Saturday, June 26, 2010

Laconia 2010: Biker Chicz TV Trailer



The East Coast Biker Chicks (ECBC) filmed at Laconia Motorcycle Week and will continue to film in New England this summer. More than 130 women riders from Maine to Vermont, and the greater Boston area belong to ECBC, said club founder Lucky Belcamino. The 1st episode was shot in Boston and on the road to the 2010 Laconia Motorcycle Rally.

Biker Chicz TV will debut worldwide in the fall of 2010. Produced by Blockhead City Entertainment and created by biker author Edward Winterhalder, "Biker Chicz" is a docu-reality TV series featuring the colorful, entertaining and engaging women who are members of an all-female motorcycle club known as the "East Coast Biker Chicks" (ECBC).

Their 47 second trailer was shot in Metro Boston and on the road to Laconia.

Laconia is known as "The Riding Rally" because everyone rides, every day of the rally, and there are so many wide, curvy mountain roadways.

There are more registered motorcycles per capita in New Hampshire than any other state in the USA and nearby, Loudon is the home of motorcycle racing. There was a lot going on at the 87th Annual Laconia -- the oldest motorcycle rally in the country.



Biker Chicz TV will focus on the positive aspects of the Harley-Davidson biker culture and the everyday lives of the East Coast Biker Chicks, based in Metro Boston. The empowered women riders are from all walks of life: a social worker, a scientist, a stock broker, a mortgage broker, a chiropractor and others who are in many ways average everyday typical American women. The members of the club are bound together by their independence, love of motorcycles and the open road, and the camaraderie and fellowship which the ECBC provides.

In the series, we will see the women at home with their families, at work with their colleagues and socializing at motorcycle events, charity functions and club meetings. They will also be featured on various motorcycle rides around New England and in the communities in which they live.

For details, visit their new website: BikerChiczTV.com