Hundreds Turn Out for Harley-Davidson Womens Ride in Daytona

Give a little, get a little

Despite frosty temperatures by Florida standards, several hundred women riders turned out to hit the road in Daytona Beach for the 2nd Annual MDA Womens Ride taking place during Daytona Bike Week 2009. To participate, each rider was required to solicit donations for the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA) and its summer camps program. Harley-Davidson sponsored the ride.

Land speed record holder Laura Klock was one of the riders who traveled to Daytona to participate in the women#39;s ride.

Every rider had a different reason for showing up, but the common denominator was the fun of riding with other women. Motorcycle journalist Pam Collins covered the ride for WRN by riding a Heritage Softail in the parade. Click here to read the full story in our Feature Articles section.

1 thought on Hundreds Turn Out for Harley-Davidson Womens Ride in Daytona

  1. I was one who braved the cold temps and rode. It was exciting to see all the women coming together and riding for a great cause. What a statement. I can not wait for next year! Hopefully the weather will be better and more will join in the ride.

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