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Women Riders Weekend Bash
October 9–12, 2015
Crystal River, Florida
The annual Women Riders Weekend Bash, organized by Road Queen USA is a weekend full of rides, educational seminars, drawings, giveaways, vendors, parties, concerts, all celebrating women motorcycle riders. Go to Road Queen USA Inc.
for more info and to register, or call 352.586.3504.
Babes Ride Out
October 23–25, 2015Joshua Tree, California
The first two years of this burgeoning all-women's overnight motorcycling camping event attracted women from all over who want to camp, listen to music, and ride with likeminded women. BabesRideOut.com
WIMA Australia Rally
October 19–25, 2015Phillip Island, Victoria, AustraliaThe Warrnambool Raid
The Australian division of the Women’s International Motorcycle Association (WIMA) is hosting the group's 2015 International Rally. It is open to members only, but the group is always accepting new members. The home base for this year’s week-long event is The Shearing Shed, located on Gap Road, Cowes. The rally includes organized rides to tourist attractions, welcome and farewell dinners, and evening entertainment. Husbands and partners welcome. Membership applications, contact details and additional information about the rally is on the club Website.
November 13–16, 2015
Take a trip "down under" to join the celebration of women riders of all ages and all motorcycles. Activities include show and shines, competitions, themed dinners, gymkhana events, day rides, bands, markets, tech talks, rider safety training, prizes, dancing, photo shoots, massages, yoga, Thai chi, spiritual readings and more. 2Wheelbabes.com2016 Sister's Centennial Motorcycle Ride
July 4–24, 2016
Starts in Long Island, New York
The year 2016 is the 100th anniversary of Augusta and Adeline Van Buren’s courageous and unprecedented ride across the United States on Indian motorcycles. In 1916 they were the first women to cross the continental United States each on their own motorcycle. The Sisters' Centennial Motorcycle Ride will honor and celebrate our female motorcycling heroines of the past, as we promote the growth of women motorcyclists and the motorcycling community. Starts in Long Island, New York. One hundred years. One hundred women. Organized by motorcycle adventure touring rider Alisa Clickenger, who is a contributor to WRN, and wrote this inspiring story
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