Clubs & Events

Want your club listed?

Send us an email with the name of the club, the website, the contact person and whether it's a national or regional club. Send your email to info@womenridersnow.com. We only list clubs that have a website or Facebook page, or other social media page with information about the club, including a phone number and/or email address, and clear instructions on how to join.

We want to keep this list current, so if your club website or name changes, let us know. Please note, if your club is part of a national organization like Women On Wheels, the Motor Maids, or the Litas, we only list the national club's website, which has its own chapter listing. We do not list each individual chapter.

Can't find a club in your area?

Please check the clubs listed under national and international first. They have chapters in many states, provinces, and countries across the globe. This is the best place to start.

Still no group in your area? Why not start one! Read our step-by-step guide to starting a women's motorcycle riding group.

Have an event coming up you'd like to promote?

There are two ways we can help you get the word out:
  1. WRN Calendar of Events: Visit this page and follow instructions for submitting your event to us. If your event meets our criteria for getting listed here, we will post it and let you know. We list women-only or women-organized motorcycle related events of a regional or national interest and scope.
  2. Women Riders Now Facebook page: If your event does meet our criteria for getting listed in the calendar on our site, 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.

National and International Clubs

To qualify as a national club, the club must have chapters in at least two regions of the country. To see if there is a chapter near you, visit these clubs' websites.

Regional Clubs

To qualify as a regional club, the club must be operating in one region only. For example, if a club has three chapters all located in Florida, it's considered a regional club.

Northeast Region

New England

New York / Tri-State Area

Mid-Atlantic Region

Washington D.C.

Florida

Georgia

Louisiana

North Carolina

South Carolina

Tennessee

Midwest Region

Illinois

Indiana

Kansas

Michigan

Minnesota

Missouri

Nebraska

Rocky Mountain/Northwest Region

Colorado

Montana

Oregon

Washington

Western/Southwest Region

Alaska

Arizona

California

Hawaii

Nevada

International (Groups Outside of the U.S.)

Canada

British Columbia

New Brunswick

Ontario

Quebec

  • AFMQ Association des Femmes Motocyclistes du Québec, AFMQMoto.com

England

Australia

India

Portugal

This list is provided as a resource only. Women Riders Now (WRN) makes no recommendations on clubs or groups listed here. Please use discretion when meeting up for the first time with riders you don't know.

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