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women-rider-focused rallies and events.
Mid-Atlantic Women's Motorcycle Rally (MAWMR)
June 16–18, 2016
Shepherdstown, West Virginia (new location)
This will be the 24th year for this AMA-sanctioned women-only event that features rides, contests, and entertainment nightly. A change in the program for 2016 notes that there will be no vendors as organizers are going back to basics so they can focus on the rally and the riding. All proceeds go to organizations that provide emotional and financial support to women battling cancer.
MAWMR Facebook page
The Backroad Ball
June 17–19, 2015
Penobsquis, New Brunswick, Canada
The Backroad Ball is a women-only motorcycle adventure weekend and campout held in Eastern Canada for all women riders, age 19 and over, regardless of motorcycle make, model, or style. Come swap stories around a bonfire, enjoy the talent of local musicians, take in the beautiful New Brunswick scenery on organized group rides, make new friends, get tattooed, and rock out to your heart's content.
Sweeties on Wheelies2016 Sister's Centennial Motorcycle Ride
June 18–19, 2016
Sweeties on Wheelies is an all-women’s motorcycle run held since 2002 the third weekend in June at a different Wyoming town. Read the WRN story on the event.
July 4–24, 2016
Starts in Brooklyn, 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 these female motorcycling heroines of the past, while promoting the growth of women motorcyclists and the motorcycling community. Ride starts in Brooklyn, New York. One hundred years. One hundred women. Organized by motorcycle adventure touring rider Alisa Clickenger, who is a contributor to WRN. More details about the Sister's Ride here on WRN.SistersMotorcycleRide.comFacebook PageFacebook Event Page
Women On Wheels (WOW) Ride-In
July 5-7, 2016
The 30th annual WOW Ride-In will be held at the Eisenhower Hotel and Conference Center. All female motorcycle enthusiasts are welcome to join WOW members for three days of riding, local tours, vendors, attractions, and camaraderie. The WOW mission statement is to unite all women motorcycle enthusiasts for recreation, education, mutual support, recognition, and to promote a positive image of motorcycling.
F.L.O.W. (Females Leading Our Way) Weekend
July 8–10, 2016
in its fifth year, this event is a celebration presented by and
dedicated to women riders. The F.L.O.W. weekend will focus on education,
with safety seminars and classes on topics like changing your bike's
oil, strapping down your bike, and more.
29th Annual Ladies Run of Colorado
July 9–10, 2016
This annual charity run has three start locations and ends in Fairplay, Colo., where the ladies take over the town for a weekend of fun and games. The Ladies of Colorado is the longest running women-organized motorcycle event. Note men are allowed to this event as well.
Power World ADVWomen Rally
July 21–24, 2016
Join other women and families for an off-road motorcycle adventure rally focusing on women’s self-discovery, empowerment, self-direction, self-reliance, and capability. All instructors are women and classroom sessions include topics such as trail side maintenance and first aid, intro to GPS navigation, fitness and training for off-road riding, truck and trailer motorcycle loading and unloading, flat-tire repair, how to pick up a bike, moto-camping, and travel photography. Campsites, food, classroom sessions, maps, and a Saturday night dance party are included with base admission price. Packages are available to add rider training sessions.
1st Alberta Ladies Summit
August 5–6, 2016
Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Presented by Calgary Harley-Davidson and the local Calgary 9002 H.O.G. Chapter, this summit is designed to bring women and their love and enthusiasm for the sport of motorcycle riding together. No matter what motorcycle you ride, whether you're a passenger, all are welcome. There will be seminars, vendors, two live bands, BBQ, buffet dinner, prizes and the opportunity to meet new friends.
Biker Belles Celebration at Sturgis
August 9, 2016
Sturgis, South Dakota
Women riders and their families and friends come together to celebrate the role women play in shaping the culture of motorcycling. This year will feature a symposium titled "Two-Wheeled Transformation" featuring Leticia Cline, Jody Perewitz, and Sarah Schilke. We will have an organized ride through the Black Hills led by ride captain and safety expert Vicki Roberts Sanfelipo. All proceeds raised will benefit two South Dakota charities. Read WRN's coverage of the 2014 Biker Belles.
Ladies Adventure Weekend
September 9–11, 2016
Women from all over Ohio gather for the annual Ladies Adventure Weekend to ride and shop in the heart of Amish Country.
Women's Sportbike Rally
September 9–11, 2016
Deals Gap - Fontana, North Carolina
The Women’s Sportbike Rally, now in its 11th year, invites women used to being "one of the guys" to become "one of the girls" for a weekend of riding Deals Gap with like-minded women riders. Check out the Women's Sportbike Rally West going on in California in June and read our recap story here on WRN.
Byron Bay Raid
September 9–12, 2016
New South Wales, Australia
Celebrating the 7th year of the Babe Raid with women of all ages who love motorcycles.
Lace, Grace, and Gears Rally
September 30—October 2, 2016
Sisterhood of the Asphalt Ribbon, a group of women who enjoy riding motorcycles on the open road, is seeking to set a world record by bringing together more than 5,000 women riders to one rally. The event's three days include rides, bands, bike contests, bike accessories, bling gear, mechanical bulls, barbeque, and a unique wine, scotch, and beer tasting.LaceGraceAndGears.com
Babes Ride Out 4
October 20–23 2016 Joshua Tree, California
The first three years of this burgeoning all-women's overnight motorcycling camping event attracted women from all over the U.S., including some foreign countries, who want to camp, listen to music, and ride with likeminded women. The 2015 event set a record for attendance with more than 1000 attending women making it the largest gathering of women motorcyclists ever. Babes Ride Out 4 starts on a Thursday (instead of Friday in previous years) to give out-of-town riders more time at the event. Riders are welcome to arrive any of day of the event though. Read our recap story of the 2015 Babes Ride Out event here.BabesRideOut.com
Rawhyde Adventure’s Ladies Only Intro Class
November 4–6, 2016
RawHyde has scheduled its first ever Ladies Only Training Camp. This is your opportunity to learn how to handle your bike off-road, gain confidence, and make some life-long friends in the process. You’ll learn skills like body positioning for off-road riding, clutch, throttle, and brake control, weight-shifting techniques for steering the bike, balance techniques, turning the bike using counterbalancing, obstacle avoidance, front and rear wheel skids, hill climbs and descents, sand and gravel techniques, how to recover from a stall on a steep hill, and how to turn around a fully loaded bike on a steep hill.RawHyde-Offroad.com
The Eucha Raid
Nov. 4–7, 2016
Sharing the adventure and the Babe Raid experience in Victoria! A great way to celebrate your passion, make new friendships support the local community, motorcycle community and charities while having a weekend of fun!2Wheelbabes.com
December 2016 (date TBA)
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Now in its 6th year, Femmewalla has become the nation's largest women's track day riding event, giving ladies the opportunity to practice their skills on the track. Expert instructors will be on hand, a raffle and so much more. Read our recap story from the 2013 event here.Femmewalla.com
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