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Annapolis Leather Barn

I can't seem to stop riding back East. This time I hard assed it 2000km in 2 days to arrive in Sussex,NB to join my good friends Mike and Christine of The Annapolis Leather Barn for a ride. along with their friends, customers and fellow bikers. We headed out from the new Annapolis Leather Barn Location in Sussex early Saturday and made many stops along the 8 hour ride to pick up more riders enroute to The Leather Barn in Annapolis Royale,NS. Mike and Christine chose the off the beaten path route to catch scenic views of the two provinces. We ended at the Fire hall in Annapolis Royale where we danced and partied most of the night away. While partying with us, Mike and Christine decided to sponsor us in support of Cruise For Crones the next morning. So with a couple hours of shut eye, (and serious hangovers) we all peeled out for Halifax. The gang at Cruise For Crones was happy and surprised to see us and glad to be a part of BikerTv's upcoming season, courtesy of The Annapolis Leather Barn. Thanks Mike and Christine.


Well, Mother Nature pee'd on it again, but that didn't stop 4 thousand bikers from headin' to Moncton, NB to participate in atlantic Canada's fastest growing motorcycle event. Only in its 2nd year, Atlanticade is a well organized 5 day event. While in Moncton I participated in a ride put on by Atlantic Motoplex. We all traded in our HD's for Yamaha's and headed for the village of Aylma where we were treated to the biggest lobster diner I'd ever had, courtesy of Yamaha Canada. The HOG Wild biker breakfast was put on by Toys For Big Boys and hosted by myself, followed by a ride with the Moncton HOG group. The Delta Big Biker BBQ consisted of great food and some kick ass Rock n' Roll by "Junkmale." I checked out the G-Bourke burnout contest, that was smokin' ...literally, The show n' shine, Vendor Village, Veterans Honour Rally and The Iron Horses parade were also highlights. I even met a biker Ferret, which was a 1st for me. Last but certainly not least was the Northeastern Bike Building Championship where a fine display of Canadian Built Customs were proudly displayed. Congratulations to The Rat Shop for their winning entry! Many thanks to Atlanticade Chairman Dale Hicks.
See you at Atlanticade 09.


That was a whole lot of bad road! I've earned a new title "BERMINATOR!" I did some cheering and whooping it up when we rolled onto the paved streets of Inuvik! It seams funny that a few weeks ago I was in Ottawa for a ride with 1800 riders. Now I found myself in Inuvik, NWT. for a ride of 9 including myself and BikerTv producer Tom Mann. Our reason for riding to the top of the world was to take part in The Ride For Sight. The small but hardy group of riders are some of the few bikers in Inuvik. Although small, the group has raised a substantial amount of money for the fight against blindness. The ride led us to a campground where we were treated to a steak diner and a few laughs by the Ride For Sight Crew! We had such a good time that we didn't return to Inuvik 'til 1:30 am. although because of the solstice it looked like 1:30 in the afternoon....weird! We had a great time with these folks and the hospitality was much appreciated! The new season of BikerTV featuring our "Rugged Road Trip", including "The Ride For Sight" will air early in the new year. check out http://www.rideforsight.org/ to join a ride near you!
Heather A.K.A. The Berminator

Summer Solstice

The Dempster highway crossed The Peel river and the Mackenzie rivers. The ferries had just started running for the season. In the winter months you drive across the ice. The crew from the ride for sight met us at the ferry and escorted us to Inuvik. It's 24 hour daylight this time of year in the NWT. I was thinking that first impressions are lasting one's as I was returning to the group where we had parked along the roadside. After having a pee in the woods, I announced loudly "That's the first moon this place has seen for a while! .....Summer Solstice my Ass!" After getting aquainted with the ride for sight guys and having a few laughs we got rolling again. Next Stop Inuvik, NWT.

Fort McPherson

Fort McPherson is an interesting town with not much to do. The local girls gathered around to check out my clothing and blond hair. They seemed quite interested in taking our bikes for a spin. Luckily the RCMP headquarters was down the road and they kept our Yamaha's in their garage for the night. We were staying at The Innes North which had a community kitchen. when we hit the local grocery store, we were amazed at the prices! 2 litres of milk was selling for $21.00! We grabbed some spaghetti fixin's and passed on the onions.I was tempted by the $18.00 honeydew melon but decided I could live without it!

The Arctic Circle

What an amazing feeling to be standing at The Arctic Circle! Not many get to ride up here. I hadn't seen any other riders along the way so I was surprised when a group of four riders from Mississippi pulled in. You never know who you'll meet on top of the world! I had packed warm gear galore in anticipation of frigid temperatures but It was 23 degrees Celsius there that day! The Dempster highway is the only road in Canada that crosses the Arctic Circle. Next stop Fort McPherson.

Eagle Plains

We were happy to see The Eagle Plains Hotel and I was looking forward to a shower and a hot meal. I was just getting moved in to my room and notice our ice bag fly by the window. It was a huge raven, stealing food from the back of our support truck. Not the wildlife I expected but we had seen a huge Grizley bear earlier that day, running along side of us and managed to capture some footage of the big guy. It had been along day on the Dempster highway. The ride was more of a challenge than I'd expected. My Super Moto had street tires which aren't optimum especially for a 120 pound lightweight like myself. The road surface consisted of alot of loose gravel. I spent the whole day floating along looking for bare dirt. Can you say Hydroplane boys and girls!?

Inuvik NWT or Bust

The pavement ended here! Ahead of us lay 700km of gravel, mud and rocks. The Dempster Highway starts 40 km from Dawson City, Yukon and ends at Inuvik NWT. The road is built on a gravel berm that ranges from 4ft to 8 ft high. Without the berm the permafrost would melt and the road would sink into the ground. We'd heard many stories of travellers unfortunate mishaps along the way but we weren't deterred. The route promised beautiful mountainous scenery, crisp arctic air, wildlife and adventure....to say the least. Next stop, Eagle Plains.

Whitehorse, Yukon

This was the beginning of the most rugged road trip BikerTV has ever done! The Dempster Highway to Inuvik Northwest Territories is about 700km of gravel, mud and rocks. We hit the road in Whitehorse Yukon and headed North I wouldn't do this trip on my Harley, but luckily Yamaha Canada lent BikerTV producer Tom Mann a 2008 WR250R and myself a 2008 WR250X Super Moto for us to conquer the Dempster on. I was on a mission to the top of the world! More to come.....

Ride For Dad, Ottawa

The Ride For Dad in Ottawa May 24 was very impressive to say the least! Over 1700 registered riders took part raising $325,000 for Prostate cancer research. It was a beautiful sunny day for a scenic ride escorted by Ottawa Police, along the Ottawa river parkways, past the Parliaments and throughout the Ottawa Valley. On the poker run that followed, the road to Calabogie was very curvy and put a huge smile on my face. Prostate cancer is not a hot topic amongst burly bikers but it is a common threat and early detection is key. Do yourself a favor and get checked for it. The ride For Dad is a National event. Check out http://www.motorcycleridefordad.org/ and get registered in city near you.

BRO Niagara, Cover the Kids Toy Run, May 3/08

I was thoroughly impressed with what BRO Niagara is doing for the Community Outreach Program of Erie. The Cover the Kids Toy Run has been going strong for 25 years raising money and toys for children in need. The forecast called for steady rain and thunderstorms all day in Port Dalhousie. But that didn't stop hundreds of riders from taking part in the ride and raising some dough for a very worthy cause. Check out www.bro.on.ca for info and see you at the 26th annual in May/09.

Regina Custom Bike Show

My weekend in Saskatchewan at the Regina Custom Bike Show was awesome again this year! Good people, great hospitality and Kick ass Canadian built custom bikes....that's what it's all about. Many thanks to Dean Bell and family from Raw Power Custom Cycle for all their hard work and for having me there. Congratulations to Freakshow Custom Choppers! Sweet Bike guys! Keep up the good work. I can't wait to see next years entry.
P.S. I'm holding you to your offer to let me ride the bike of my choice. Although if I can't decide, I might have to ride them all! I'm good like that! Heather.

Cabin Fever Bash

2nd Annual Bikertv.ca
Come Party with The BikerTV Crew!
April 5/08 - 7pm - 1am

Live Music by Trole
Food / Video
CAW Hall, Lambeth, ON
Hwy 4 and 401

The National Motorcycle Show

Come meet me at

The MID-USA booth

The National Motorcycle Show

Exhibition Place Toronto

March 29-30/08

See You There!

Wally High RIP (ride in peace)

So many will miss Wally, but he'll truly never be forgotten.Wally was a biker through and through.Rode the wild-side as a young man, with honour. When society said he made some mistakes, he paid the piper, but he never bowed his head. Made a few years in prison a positive and never forgot. A day didn't go by that he wasn't helping someone inside or their loved ones on the other-side of the wall. His tattoo shop was a must stop for so many passing through Kingston. His interested in art, music, filmand people thrived and he excelled. Wally truly cared about the people and communities around him.Got the worst news possible about his health a few months ago and continued to live life to the fullest. His calls full of enthusiasm and inspiration will be forever cherished. Wally made the world a better place and his memory will live on forever.Rock hard - Ride free brother.Love and Respect,BTV/TM/HI

BikerTV.ca Press release

THIS WEEK ON BIKERTV.caWe check out a trick 60's Magnum Chopperwith Artistry in Iron.Heather and crew head to The Docks forthe GTA's Hottest Babes and Bikes.Cool custom bikesHot BabesGreat PartyAll for Big Brothers and Big Sisters.Bikertv.ca is proud of our commitment touse 100% original Canadian music.Our thanks this week to:HelixWally HighThe Whaling Band24/7This is not our show - it's YOURS!It's by the grace of so many friends acrossCanada that Bikertv.ca is produced.We thank you.-30-Saturdays9:30 AM - E!Sundays12:30 PM - Global - MaritimesThursdays10:30 PM - MenTV

BikerTV.ca Press release

THE NEW BIKERTV.ca presents:NEXT WEEK ON BIKERTV.caDigby, N.SHeather shows us around the coolest BikerBash in eastern Canada - The Wharf Rat Rally.30,000+ people having a blast!Peterborough, ON - Artistry in IronAn expose on a truly exceptional 1965 Panhead w/Sidecar.A bike rich with history as the last year of theclassic Panhead style motor - first year of theelectric start. Niagara Falls, ONAn amazing ride with our friends Lori and Jim fromThe Eagles Nest Motorcycle Company. A great dayfor a very worthy cause.Rock and roll by:HelixWally HighJakk DamageThis is not our show - it's YOURS!It's by the grace of so many friends acrossCanada that Bikertv.ca is produced.We thank you.Saturdays9:30 AM - E!Sundays12:30 PM - Global - MaritimesThursdays10:30 PM - MenTV

Hi All

Hi all! It's been a while. I hope you all enjoyed an awesome riding season!
Mine was KICK ASS!!!! We filmed some great rides, beautiful bikes, good people and killer parties like Port Dover, The Final Frontier, The Canadian Biker Buildoff, The Eagles Nest Miles For Smiles ride, The Wharf Rat Rally in Nova Scotia, The GTA Hotest Bikes & Babes & The Bikers Reunion in New Lisceard ON just to name a few!
Check out bikertv.ca and tune in to our new season on Men TV and the new E Chanel!