Page 1 of 4 (14 items)
Prev
[1]
2
3
4
Next
I just wanted to say I think it's awesome that y'all have female motorcycle clubs. I love motorcycles and am friends with a lot of bikers. Just wanted to say hello and I support y'all. Glad to see women having your own clubs. Much respect to you.

Paul Arlukiewicz
Solvay NY
Wednesday, June 17, 2020
I found this article as I was searching for local female motorcycle clubs. I am a relatively new rider and I ride alone most of the time. As much as I enjoy being on my Harley, I long for somebody to ride with, a destination in hand. I want to ride with a group of women that enjoy riding as much as I do and I long for the friendship and camaraderie that would be present and grow in a female club. This article has provided me with the knowledge of how to begin the process of making it happen! Thank you.

MyJo Lynn Fogg
Panama City Beach, FL
Thursday, February 20, 2020
Editor Response
Thank you for your feedback, MyJo. We wish you the best of luck in finding a riding group or just one good riding buddy. You may also enjoy this article here on how to find a riding buddy.
Tricia Szulewski, Editor
We have a Meetup called FBGz (Fat Bottom Girlz) that grew to over 100 members just from Metro Atlanta. Over time, members have moved away and started their own Meetups of the same name in Jacksonville, FL, and informally in Richmond, VA, and Tulsa, OK. The group was started by one lady and over time another took the reins to meet and greet new members, organize rides, and host socials. She recently passed away suddenly and unexpectedly (health, not riding) so the group is trying to find new footing. One thing I know—they love to ride and they're an awesome group to ride with. They will be riding again as soon as the weather cooperates.

Terri
Atlanta, GA
Thursday, March 15, 2018
This article gave me some really great insight on how to go about starting a motorcycle club. There is only one women's club I know of in my county and that is the Buffalo Soldiers. Would they be the only club that I would need to speak to regarding starting my own club or would I also have to venture out into another county and speak to those clubs as well?

Trinette Mitchell
Titusville, FL
Tuesday, December 12, 2017
Editor Response
If you are looking to start a chapter of an existing club, you should speak to someone at the national organization about the requirements. Otherwise, if you're starting your own club, it's your club... you set your own requirements!
Good luck!
Tricia Szulewski, Assistant Editor
Page 1 of 4 (14 items)
Prev
[1]
2
3
4
Next