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WRN Calendar of Events

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


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Click to read WRN's coverage of past
women rider focused rallies and events.


How can you get your event listed here? Email the details to info@womenridersnow.com. To keep this list manageable, we post only women-only or women-organized motorcycle-related events of a national or regional interest and scope. 

If your event does meet this criteria, say it's a local gathering, you can list it on our Facebook page in the "Visitor's Posts" section. Simply post it to the timeline and it will show up in our Visitor's Posts. 



Black Hills Moto Film Festival
August 14–16, 2020
Online
Liza Miller, Michelle Lamphere, and Shana Sanderson became friends in the midst of planning a global event, Woman Riders World Relay. They discovered that they were able to balance one another’s talents to create amazing things and together became a powerhouse team. Eighteen months of long nights and intense on-the-go planning solidified that Liza, Michelle, and Shana wanted to continue even after the relay was completed. And so Rev Sisters was born.

Rev Sisters presents the Black Hills Moto Film Festival, showcasing films for motorcycle lovers who share a passion for all things two-wheeled. The festival will provide a broad platform to independent filmmakers who highlight all the various aspects of moto life: machines, adventure, travel, track experiences, dirt riding, moto culture and more. For more information visit RevSisters.com.



Black Girls Ride March on Washington
August 27–29, 2020
Washington, D.C.
Join WRN Leadership Board Member Porsche Taylor as she and her magazine, Black Girls Ride rides against racism and in support of the movement against police brutality in our communities. This year marks the 57th anniversary of the historic civil rights March on Washington. We still haven't fully overcome racism in America. We've come a long way, but we still have a long way to go. Let's ride!

All are welcome to join the ride. Start with the group in California, choose a route stop, or meet up for the final leg. For route information email blackgirlsridemag@gmail.com. To find out more and to register you can go to the event page here on eventbrite.com.



Women’s Sportbike Rally Mid-Atlantic
September 4–7, 2020
Winchester, Virginia
Celebrating its 15th year in 2020, the Women’s Sportbike Rally (WSR) has expanded to offer four rallies in three new locations throughout the summer with the finale event returning to Deals Gap in September. Each event will be created by local women riders, focusing on the geographic area and all it has to offer, including the best accommodations, restaurants, and businesses that support motorcyclists, but most importantly, the best routes for those who love to ride sportbikes. The format of each “unplugged” event will mirror the original WSR in 2006 with a focus on riding, new friendships, and an immersive hands-on experience. Attendees can expect guided and unguided rides, raffles, sponsors, group meals, group photos, and more. Registration opens March 20, 2020.



Women’s Sportbike Rally Deals Gap
September 11–13, 2020
Deals Gap, North Carolina
Celebrating its 15th year in 2020, the Women’s Sportbike Rally (WSR) has expanded to offer four rallies in three new locations throughout the summer with this finale event returning to Deals Gap. Each event will be created by local women riders, focusing on the geographic area and all it has to offer, including the best accommodations, restaurants, and businesses that support motorcyclists, but most importantly, the best routes for those who love to ride sportbikes. The format of each “unplugged” event will mirror the original WSR in 2006 with a focus on riding, new friendships, and an immersive hands-on experience. Attendees can expect guided and unguided rides, raffles, sponsors, group meals, group photos, and more. Registration opens March 20, 2020.



Over And Out Moto
October 2–4, 2020 (New date!)
Tamaqua, Pennsylvania
Now in its third year, this women’s moto campout is open to all levels of dirt bike, enduro, woods, and dual-sport riders. It offers something for almost every type of rider, from beginner grass tracks and fields, to intermediate and advanced woods trails, to dual sport and ADV trails and routes.



2020 AIMExpo presented by Nationwide
January 21–23, 2020 (New date!)
Columbus, Ohio
While not a women-only motorcycle event, we welcome you to join the fun at North America’s largest motorcycle and powersports show, AIMExpo. Read our recap of the 2019 event here. Be the first to check out the newest gear and gadgets from more than 500 exhibitors. Demo ride motorcycles and stop by the Women Riders Now booth and say hello.
Suffragists Centennial Motorcycle Ride (SCMR2020)
July 31–August 20, 2021 (New date!)
Cross country ride across America, ending in Washington, D.C.
The founder of the 2016 Sisters’ Centennial Ride, Alisa Clickenger, is gearing up for another ride of the century and WRN will be there! Celebrating 100 years of women’s right to vote, the Suffragists ride has been revised. There will be one cross-country route, one self-guided route, and the original 10 start cites are now being dubbed "party cities." There will also be a celebration and women in motorcycling conference in Washington, D.C. on August 19–22. Start planning now and visit centennialride.com to see how you can help out and prepare, and be sure to save the dates: July 31–August 20, 2021. Read WRN's article about the ride here.
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