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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 its a local gathering, you can list it on our Facebook page in the “Visitors Posts” section. Simply post it to the timeline and it will show up in our Visitors Posts.

Coast 2 Coast
Tuesdays, 9 p.m. EDT
Online

Hosted by motorcycle industry veterans Cris Somer Simmons and Michael Lichter, Coast 2 Coast takes listeners on a journey through the history of motorcycling, music, and good times from the women’s perspective. In the weekly Facebook live broadcast, Cris and Michael pay homage to the great figures of motorcycling history. Past guests have included prominent women such as Gloria Struck, Marilyn Stemp, Jill Parham, Shelly Rossmeyer, Karen Davidson, and Stephanie Peitz. Tune in live on Tuesday evenings or find recorded shows onCycle Sources YouTube page.

Suffragists Centennial Motorcycle Ride (SCMR)
July 31–August 19, 2021
11 cities across America
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.
CentennialRide.com


Women’s Motorcycle Festival & Conference

August 19–22, 2021
Arlington, Virginia
As the Grand Finale Celebration of the SCMR (see above), the Women’s Motorcycle Festival & Conference is an in-person event that will be simultaneously broadcast as an online conference. Organized by Alisa Clickenger and her company, Women’s Motorcycle Tours, the conference theme is “Celebration,” celebrating women motorcycle riders worldwide. Admission to the conference is separate from the Centennial Ride.
WomensMotorcycleTours.com


DIRTY for GOOD Dual-Sport/Adventure Training/Fundraising Tour
August 22–27, 2021

Hancock, New York
Hosted by SheADV-Women’s Motorcyclist Foundation (SheAdv-WMF), DIRTY for GOOD 2021 (DFG) riders will get dirty and do some good. This Situational Trail Training/Fundraising venue targets female intermediate level dual-sport and adventure riders who want to enhance their skills through real-life situational trail training experience along 978 miles of the North East Backcountry Discovery Route. In addition to an $1,800 registration fee which covers instruction, experienced leaders and sweeps, lodging, chase vehicle, breakfasts, and snacks, participants must raise a minimum of $300 on behalf of Homeless Female Veterans with Kids with every penny raised going directly to Final Salute, Inc.


Ruts to Racelines MK’s Women’s Moto Extravaganza FALL EDITION
September 10–12, 2021

Garysburg, North Carolina

Ruts to Racelines is dedicated to providing a less intimidating and fun atmosphere for women to build their skills and confidence whether riding dirt bikes or street bikes on the track. The FALL EDITION Extravaganza is much like the May event with three days of riding, learning, and laughing with other women riders and the men who ride with them. Friday is the Greg Pamart GPMX all women’s dirt bike class (rentals available), Saturday is a women’s focused track day, and Sunday is a GPMX co-ed dirt bike class. Come have fun and learn in a less intimidating atmosphere.


Babes Ride Out – Central Coast
September 17–19, 2021

Santa Barbara, California

The annual all female overnight motorcycle adventure and campout, Babes Ride Out (BRO) is back. 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.


Over and Out Moto-X
September 17–19, 2021
Tamaqua, Pennsylvania
Women take over a thousands of private acres for an epic weekend of camping, woods and enduro trail riding, guided dual sport rides, lessons, games, fun activities, and more. All levels are welcome.


Babes Ride Out
October 8–10, 2020

Borrego Springs, California

The annual all female overnight motorcycle adventure and campout, Babes Ride Out (BRO) is back. 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.


Babes In The Dirt
October 22–24, 2021

Lebec, California

The organizers behind the popular Babes Ride Out all-women camping event also put on Babes in the Dirt, where like-minded women meet at an off-road riding park for dirtbike riding and camping fun.


Femmewalla Women’s Track Day
December 17, 2021

Desert Center, California

Women’s track day open to all experience levels. Includes expert instruction, two-up rides with instructors, raffles, mock races, and more. All proceeds go directly to the Unforgettables Foundation.

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