We've been in the running for two years now and our community has made it to the next round to become Canada's Most Rider Friendly contest 2017. 
"You're into the second round of voting to see which Western competitor is going to meet Cape Breton," stated Renee Charbonneau, who also goes by the alias of Belt Drive Betty. 
Drumheller is up against two communities in round two. 
"You're community is up against a community out on Vancouver Island, which the riders absolutely love, and Nisku, which of course a lot of riders in Central Alberta love," Charboneeau outlined. 
To make Drumheller Canada's Most Rider Friendly community, we need as many votes as we can take. 
"They go to riderfriendlycontest.ca, they register (and) the registration process is simply so we can audit the votes," Charbonneau noted. "They just go there, register and they can vote every day for the community they're hoping to vote for."
"The next round will be announced in approximately three weeks."
To vote for Drumheller, follow this link
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