International Female Ride Day moves to Saturday
Vicki Gray

Vicki Gray

Vicki Gray, motorcycle industry expert, founded International Female Ride Day 8 years ago and since its inception, each year, it picks up speed. The original intent was just to draw awareness to the amount of women riders on the road but in today’s modern world, most women are working or have family commitments and have not been able to take part in the celebration.

As a result, Vicki has changed the day from Friday to Saturday to allow as many ladies to participate as possible. This year, Saturday, May 3 will mark the day so mark your calendar ladies.

HERE IS THE PRESS RELEASE:

International-Female-Ride-Day-Saturday-10Jan2014-PressRelease

 

 

3 Comments

  1. Asif Khawaja

    Dear,
    Greetings from Pakistan

    Subject of female riding motorbike is very very new in our country
    It started just a year ago
    Pakistan Girl Guide Association took the lead and now we have over 50 trained female riders

    To celebrate this day for the first time in Pakistan, will some support be possible?

    Regards
    Asif
    ++923005014456

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    • motorcygal

      Hello, That is great that so many women are getting trained. International Female Ride Day is an initiative of Vicki Gray of Motoress.com. I would suggest contacting her.

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  2. motorcygal

    Hi Mary

    If you have any great riding experiences you would like to share from across the globe please send them to marissa@motorcygal.com with photos and I will post them online! Happy Riding!

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