2018 Announcement

The organizing committee of the 4th Annual Bordertown Biker Bash is excited to announce that the Amherst Tim Horton franchise will again sponsor the Defenders Chapter11 Poker Run ride to Summerside PEI.

It will be the “Tim Hortons Blitz the Bridge” ride and Tim Hortons will cover the Confederation Bridge fees for the first 113 motorcycles registering for a poker hand during the Saturday, July 14th ride in support of Champs, War Amps.


The prize for the best Poker Hand Is A beautiful Diamond ring sutiable for either a Man or a Lady Donated by Charm Diamond Centre at the Amherst Centre Mall







Margot Estabrooks is the second prize winner of the DREAM BIG DRAW.
a beautiful diamond ring donated by J.G Jewelers

Randy Thurber presents the 50/50 prize to a very happy Larry Orr, for $3077.00.

Thank you once again Bruce Cowie and The Shriners for taking part in the BorderTown Biker Bash

Val Cormier

third prize winner of the DREAM BIG Draw, collects his camping gear donated by Cabela’s Moncton.

A very happy Jerry Morrissey poses with Lee Weir of Crossroads Cycles, and Paulette Thurber from the BorderTown Biker Bash, with a check for $3000.00 , the grand prize of the DREAM BIG Draw..

Jerry picked Crossroads cycle as his shopping spree sponsor ,and now has the motorcycle he has always wanted

congratulations Jerry and Crossroads cycle for Dreaming Big




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Bordertown Biker Bash is a registered “Not-for-Profit” organization working to bring visitors to the Cumberland County area and to increase motorcycle awareness for everyone.

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The 2nd Annual Bordertown Biker Bash: 2016

Over July 15-17, 2016 the annual bash took place. Friday was filled with entertainment, and Saturday headlined with FREE public motorcycle rides, and the Defenders Chapter 11 Poker Run,  now called Blitz the Bridge. The run began at 10:30 a.m. and included crossing the Confederation Bridge to P.E.I. before returning to Amherst. The Hub City Stunters performed again Saturday , and  Access Denied, and Donnie & The Monarchs preformed at the stadium. Sunday  included the Blessing of the Bikes, bike tours and the finale parade through the community Led By one of the oldest bikers in North America, 96 year old Bun Betts on His Honda Goldwing

Previous Winners

2016 Prize Winner of the $5000.00 Big Dream Draw – Buck Deegan.

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Ryan Thomas Beattie congratulations from the BorderTown Biker Bash on your contest win. Thank you for participating!


contest winner🎈

Winner of the contest held at the 4th Annual Motorcycle & power sport show is Dave Gilmore!!
Congrats Dave Gilmore on your win


The BorderTown Biker Bash Is very pleased to announce that we will be hosting The BorderTown Toy Run as part of our Rally This year To help bring joy To underprivileged children In the Amherst, Sackville, Port Elgin, and
Moncton areas

Born for the road
96-year-old Wentworth man may be one of the oldest motorcyclists in North America. Bun plans on Leading the Parade again this year at only a few weeks away from his 98th birthday
Wyman ‘Bun’ Betts may be the oldest motorcyclist in North America. The 96-year-old Wentworth man participated in the second Bordertown Biker Bash in Amherst over the weekend. He owns a 2003 Honda Goldwing motorcycle that he uses to drive around Cumberland County, although he said he makes the odd trip to Prince Edward Island.
AMHERST – At an age when most enjoy life from a recliner, Wyman ‘Bun’ Betts still loves the open road


While at The Biker Bash, be on the lookout for our very own Angus McBiker .He will be be wearing Traditional Scottish attire, and riding a Strawberry and Cream Indian.Some say he bares a very close resemblance to Jolly Old Saint Nick
Ye never know
SAYS Angus McBiker