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WRN Calendar of Events

National and regional women-motorcycling-related events, rallies, track days and tours

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women-rider-focused rallies and events.

Women Riders Weekend Bash
September 15–18, 2017
Ruidoso, New Mexico
The Women Riders Weekend Bash is an annual event hosted by Road Queen USA Women Riders that promotes women and motorcycling while raising money for charity.

Lace, Grace, and Gears Women’s Motorcycle Rally
September 28–October 1, 2017
Bandera, Texas
Lace, Grace and Gears' second annual rally brings together lady riders of all experience levels from the U.S. and abroad to build the bonds of sisterhood among women in motorcycling. There will be a scavenger hunt, guest speakers, self-guided Hill Country rides, contests, adventure outings, parade, and more. The rally will raise money for charities supporting women veterans.

Women's Motorcycle Tours American Southwest Scouting Tour
October 6–15, 2017
Las Vegas, Nevada
This brand-new all-women’s tour starts in Las Vegas, and encompasses eight days of riding through Nevada, Arizona, Colorado, and Utah. This tour is all hotels and all pavement. Sights include the Grand Canyon, the Canyonlands of Utah, Zion National Park, Bryce National Park, Monument Valley, and more.

Ladies of Dirt 201
October 6–8, 2017
Tellico Plains, Tennessee
This course is for those who are ready to start conquering more advanced obstacles of off-road riding, such as muddy trails, baby head rocks, and water crossings. Techniques include advanced bike balancing, power slides, at-speed cornering, negotiating rocky obstacles, ascending and descending steep rocky and rutted hills, off camber riding, and more.

October 19–22, 2017
Daytona Beach, Florida
It’s time to polish those bikes and make plans to head to Daytona Beach for the 25th Anniversary of Biketoberfest October 19-22, 2017. Organizers are expecting some 150,000 riders and visitors from around the world to the four-day motorcycle rally.

Babes Ride Out 5
October 19–22, 2017
Joshua Tree, California
The annual all female overnight motorcycle adventure and campout, Babes Ride Out (BRO), is now in its 5th year. The BRO organizers welcome all ladies who ride or want to know more about riding motorcycles to come out and join them. This event is about making friends and having a good time with those who share the same interests without any distractions.

Echuca Babe Raid
November 17–20, 2017
Echuca, Australia
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!

Alaska Women’s Motorcycle Tour
June 23–July 1, 2018
Anchorage, Alaska
MotoQuest Tours is taking reservations for its seventh all-women tour of Alaska. This tour features Denali National Park, the Alaska Range, Denali (Formerly Mt. McKinley), Thompson Pass, and Valdez and is ridden on all paved roads.

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