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    Ride Like a Local TV - Season 4 - Latest Episodes

    Full Episodes - With your host Belt Drive Betty

    Ride Like a Local TV, Part Three Fort Mac - S4 - E12 Jody Hudek, Fort McMurray Evacuee & Volunteer

    Jody Hudek is/was a resident of Fort McMurray. She lost her home during the Wildfire of May 2016. 

    Instead of Evacuating out at the beginning, Jody stayed and volunteered at MacDonald Island for 9 days.

    Belt Drive Betty & Jody reminisce about their time in Fort Mac and the disaster that made fast friends out of a rag tag bunch of volunteers!

    This is the last episode of Ride Like a Local for 2016, I hope you enjoyed the experiences we shared and look forward to sharing more with you in 2017!

    Ride Like a Local TV S4 - E11 - Fort Mac Volunteer, Steve from the HAMC Alberta Nomads

    In a rare look into how the motorcycling community pulled together inspire of differences, Belt Drive Betty interviewed Steve from the HAMC Alberta Nomads. Steve tells about how his efforts started to help people he knew who were affected by the Fort Mac Wildfire and how that ballooned into a massive effort with Christian Riders, Independents, Lady Rider RC's and everyone in between working together to supply evacuation centres and Firefighters.

    Ride Like a Local TV S4 - E10 - Part Three Fort Mac

    Meet one of the key, behind the scenes volunteers Bear Lamont of Bear's Skin Art in Edmonton Alberta. Bear, his tattoo artists and his club and community worked tirelessly feeding the various evacuation centres and helping Jeremy Hall and myself with much needed supplies. Without the help of people like Bear, we could never have accomplished what we did in Fort MacMurray at Mac Island during the Wildfire of May 2016.

    Ride Like a Local TV S4 - E9 - Part Two Fort Mac

    In this episode Betty & Jeremy Hall finish their discussion on their time in Fort McMurray helping the Firefighters & First responders!
    It's an enlightening discussion on the riding community and the people who stepped up to help out.

    Ride Like a Local TV S4 - E8 - Part One Fort Mac

    Jeremy Hall and Belt Drive Betty discuss volunteering in Fort McMurray during the first days of the evacuation of Fort McMurray during the Wildfire of May 2016. Find out a bit about what it was like for the First Responders and the volunteers who helped them.

    Ride Like a Local TV S4 - E7 - Motorcycle Ride to the Reynolds

    The Reynolds-Alberta Museum recently hosted the Motorcycle Ride to the Reynolds sponsored by Honda Canada Inc.

    Take a trip into the past with Belt Drive Betty and some other Alberta Riders. An amazing display of 1950-1960 Hondas from a private collection awaits. (This display will be on hand until October, 2016)

    Over 800 motorcycles and 1,000 people took part in this wonderful day at a phenomenal museum that is filled with amazing vehicles, motorcycles, farm equipment and planes. Honda Canada Inc. offered demo rides that were full all day long! Hear what one rider thought. 

    Reynolds-Alberta Museum
    6426 40 Ave, Wetaskiwin, AB T9A 2G1
    (780) 312-2065
    http://www.history.alberta.ca/reynolds

    Ride Like a Local TV S4 - E7 - Motorcycle Ride to the Reynolds

    The Reynolds-Alberta Museum recently hosted the Motorcycle Ride to the Reynolds sponsored by Honda Canada Inc.

    Take a trip into the past with Belt Drive Betty and some other Alberta Riders. An amazing display of 1950-1960 Hondas from a private collection awaits. (This display will be on hand until October, 2016)

    Over 800 motorcycles and 1,000 people took part in this wonderful day at a phenomenal museum that is filled with amazing vehicles, motorcycles, farm equipment and planes. Honda Canada Inc. offered demo rides that were full all day long! Hear what one rider thought. 

    Reynolds-Alberta Museum
    6426 40 Ave, Wetaskiwin, AB T9A 2G1
    (780) 312-2065
    http://www.history.alberta.ca/reynolds

    Ride Like a Local TV S4 - E6 - Ride Like a Local, Wayside Fallen Riders Memorial Park Opening

    During the Run to the Hills Memorial Rally in Two Hills Alberta in July 2016, the Wayside Fallen Riders Memorial Park was dedicated and opened to the public.  The park is located on the edge of Canada's MOST Rider Friendly community of the 2015 riding season, Two Hills Alberta. Many riders and dignitaries were on hand and in this episode you get to hear their responses and thoughts on what this park means to the riding community and the Two Hills Alberta region. S4 E6

    Ride Like a Local TV S4 - E5 - Two Hills, Alberta Canada Most Rider Friendly Community 2015

    Two Hills Alberta is Canada's MOST Rider Friendly Community of the 2015 riding season. In this episode of Ride Like a Local, Belt Drive Betty introduces you to some of the business owners who make this community so welcoming and inviting to riders. S4 E5

    Ride Like a Local TV - S4 E4 -Eric Lobo, World Traveller

    In episode four of season four, Belt Drive Betty interviews Eric Lobo of Aix-en-Provence, France. His world tour to Tuktoyaktuk on his Harley-Davidson saw him spend almost a month in Grande Prairie AB. This photo journalist, published author and adventurer has some very interesting tales of the road to tell!

    Ride Like a Local TV - S4 - E3 - Fresh Start 12 Stop Ride for Recovery Part 2

    In this second episode of season 4 of Ride Like a Local, Belt Drive Betty attends the Fresh Start 12 Stop Ride for Recovery. Find out what about the ride and the supports that Fresh Start Recovery has to offer as Betty interviews attendees and staff. http://www.freshstartrecovery.ca


    Ride Like a Local TV - S4 E2 - Fresh Start 12 Stop Ride for Recovery Pt 1

    In this second episode of season 4 of Ride Like a Local, Belt Drive Betty attends the Fresh Start 12 Stop Ride for Recovery. Find out what about the ride and the supports that Fresh Start Recovery has to offer as Betty interviews attendees and staff. http://www.freshstartrecovery.ca

    Ride Like a Local TV - S4 E1 - National Military Police Relay Ride

    Beautiful Jasper Alberta is the backdrop for the season opening episode of Ride Like a Local. Betty meets up with the riders of the National Military Police Relay Ride for Blind Children. Find out how the Military Police support all Canadian Children who are blind, under the age of 22. To find out more about this worthy cause visit:
    www.nationalmotorcyclerelay.ca

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