Biker Chicz is a docu-reality television series created by biker, TV producer and author Edward Winterhalder, that features the colorful, entertaining and engaging women who are members of an all-female motorcycle club known as the “East Coast Biker Chicks” (ECBC). The club has members living in southern Maine, Rhode Island, southern New Hampshire, eastern Massachusetts, eastern Connecticut, southern Vermont and Pennsylvania.
Set in the Boston metropolitan area, the series chronicles the daily lives and activities of a group of empowered women from all walks of life: a social worker, a scientist, a stock broker, a computer guru, a chiropractor, a debt collector, a physical trainer, a mortgage broker and others who are in many ways average everyday typical American women. The women are bound together by their independence, love of motorcycles and the open road, and the camaraderie and fellowship which the ECBC provides.
While each woman featured in the series is unique and extraordinary in her own right, there are, not surprisingly, certain attributes they all have in common. In addition to being avowed motorcycle riders, they are playful, freethinking, adventurous risk takers. Generous, optimistic, family and community oriented, they are also strong, creative, confident, tenacious and spiritually inclined, if not religious.
The women in the series generally represent a typical cross-section of the American population, and could be anyone’s next door neighbor or relative. They personify the great American core values of freedom and individuality, exhibiting courage for pioneering their way of life.