Riders in the Fairfield County, CT, if you know any ladies that would like to learn to ride, Women Riders Now assistant editor, Tricia Szulewski is hosting a Basic Rider Course on the eve of June 14 and 21, 2017.
Even if you have your license, this is a fun way to meet other lady riders in the area while brushing up on your skills.
Sign up now to learn to ride safely in this all-ladies class!
Brooklyn Pride, Inc. is hosting the annual Brooklyn Pride Twilight Parade and the Sirens Women’s MC of NYC will be leading the parade! It is completely free to ride in as long as your motorcycle and license are legal. More details HERE.
This full-day conference will feature some of the brightest minds in business and in diversity and inclusion for inspirational discussions that will lead to clear take-aways about what you, as an individual, can do today in your career, your company and your life to create change. The event will take place at AppNexus in New York City on Wednesday, June 21st, 2017 from 8:30 AM to 7:00 PM. To register or learn more, click HERE. For those who are unable to attend live, the event will also be livestreamed.
This is the premiere women’s motorcycling event in the Mid-Atlantic. It is an AMA-sanctioned event.
There will be three days of educational seminars, rides, contests, games, fundraising to support women with the challenges of cancer, and friendship. At the end of the weekend there will be the Parade of Chrome to honor women riders, cancer survivors, and the people who are touched by someone with cancer.
All proceeds go to charity organizations that provide emotional and financial support to women battling cancer. Over the years, the Mid-Atlantic Women’s Rally has raised over $350,000 for charities.
More info HERE.
“It was too easy to say yes once Alisa gets ahold of your heart by truly listening to your stories. It was meant to happen and I couldn’t wait to get this journey started and meet this chick. As we sit in the “meet and greet” riders meeting on day 1, we all have to get up and introduce ourselves. As I sat and listened to Alisa tell her story, introducing amazing women during “roll call”, it was my turn. When we made eye contact for the first time, the smile and acceptance was real. I knew right then that this woman was going to take care of us and make this an epic, life changing adventure!
Lisa N. (2016 Sisters’ Ride)
Our leaders picked out some beautiful roads to travel on, the accommodations and food were wonderful and again the camaraderie was exceptional. Saw a lot of beautiful territory that I’m sure I wouldn’t have seen had I not gone on the trip. I developed a lot of skills that I didn’t have before this trip also, especially twisties that I wasn’t that fond of previous!!! Great trip and I hope to do it again one day!”
Karen M (2011 WEMT)
After taking this tour of the Northwest with WEMT, I would definitely return to the area. I am much more confident about touring on my own now.”
Pam G (2011 WEMT Tour)
My life has been changed forever through the challenges we met and conquered but more importantly the lifetime friends I made.
Susan Smith (via Facebook)
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