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The Busted Knuckle Chronicles

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The Busted Knuckle Chronicles - 48th Edition 2016 

BKC Feature Stories

From our popular columns...

Latest Episode of Ride Like a Local TV!

Meet one of the key, behind the scenes volunteers; Bear Lamont of Bear's Skin Art in Edmonton Alberta. Bear, his tattoo artists, 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.

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Cynthia Blackmore
2016-10-30, 21:32
Belt Drive Betty has a real connection within the motorcycle community and I would consider her a valuable influencer. We have found advertising in the Busted Knuckles Chronicles very helpful to us when we reach out to inform motorcycle enthusiasts about what is happening in the Museum. The links to the Ride Like a Local production gives a great and very real view of motorcycling, in Alberta and beyond. The web site is easy to navigate, welcoming of opinion and has up-to-date content. Well done!

Cynthia Blackmore
Head Marketing and Communications
Reynolds-Alberta Museum
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