Women Riders

  • Diane at Americade

    The Ladies Coffee & Motorcycle Club (the “LCMC”) at Americade in Lake George, New York, Thursday, June 6th at 7 AM in the Fort William Henry Conference Center is now available for registration! Join us for the Ladies Coffee Club moderated by well-known journalist, motorcyclist, and world-traveler Diane Ortiz. This informal and often funny, group …[Read More]

  • Women ride motorcross

    “My first time ever on a real motocross track—like, the kind with jumps!” said Rider Magazine managing editor Jenny Smith recently. She was in California where Kawasaki USA let her use a KLX140s for the day, rather than the full-size 250 MX bikes. She said the 140 was perfect for confidence building and just having …[Read More]

  • BMW Rider Academy

    BMW U.S. Rider Academy has scheduled a Women-Only one-day course for Sunday, March 24, 2019 (8:30 AM to 5:00 PM) at the BMW Performance Center in South Greer, South Carolina. . These are designed specifically *for* women, and taught *by* women. The cost is $795 (includes use of a motorcycle for the course). According to …[Read More]

  • Women Riders of Great Britain

    Women Riders in Great Britain have their own motorcycle group WIMA GB. It’s part of the Women’s International Motorcycle Association that currently has twenty groups around the world. They were founded in Great Britain in the early 1950s had their first Rally in 1956. Last International GB has a lively monthly newsletter, a Facebook page, …[Read More]

  • Women's Motorcyclist Foundation

    Do you want to have some fun, ride on the dirt and raise money for a good cause? Sign up now for the Women’s Motorcyclist Foundation, Inc. (WMF) DIRTY FOR GOOD ~ Dual Sport Rider Training Camp, August 7-12, 2019 at ROCKY GAP STATE PARK, FLINSTONE, (Western) MD. The target audience is intended to be …[Read More]

  • Welcome! Women are the fastest growing segment of new motorcycle riders. Here are some information and resources of interest to women riders. If you have any questions, comments or suggestions, please Contact Us. To see the entire blog, please click Blog for Women Riders.