Just discovered motorcycles are your new passion? Check out these groups across the country filled with women who share your love of riding the open road.
H.O.G. (Harley Owners Group)
Harley-Davidson is the leading authority when it comes to all things motorcycle related, and the Harley Owners Group is much more than just an owners’ organization. It’s 1 million people around the world with one common passion: Motorcycles. It’s for those who live and breathe the motorcycle life, offering camaraderie for everyone. Visit the H.O.G. website at harley-davidson.com.
LOH (Ladies of Harley)
Share the glory of riding with fellow females who love motorcycles as much as you do. It’s a great opportunity to meet new friends, find new riding partners and compare stories, routes and ideas. There are chapters all across the country; check out the LOH site for the one nearest you.
WITW (WomEn in the Wind)
For members of WITW, which has been around since 1979, it’s just as much about the camaraderie as it is about promoting a positive image of woman motorcyclists. Two national conferences a year afford great chances to get out and meet other women who love motorcycling. Check out womeninthewind.org for dates and membership information.
WOW (Women on Wheels)
A great organization that connects women motorcyclists from around the world, WOW was founded in 1982 by a group of women from California. Its purpose was, and still is, to unite all women motorcycle enthusiasts — whether they ride their own machines, are motorcycle passengers or enthusiasts, or future motorcyclists. At 3,000 members strong, this community is growing fast! Check out their website at womenonwheels.org.
Founded in 1940, Motor Maids is the oldest motorcycling organization for women in North America. With members across the US and Canada, the Motor Maids are an exciting and diverse group of women motorcyclists who have united over their passion for riding. The Motor Maids hold a convention each July in a different part of the country and the club is also among a select handful of organizations to be inducted into the Sturgis Motorcycle Museum Hall of Fame. Visit motormaids.org for more information on the Motor Maids.
WRN (Women Riders Now)
WRN is a great resource for women passionate about motorcycles with up-to-date news, features and reviews plus a supportive and enthusiastic online community. With newsletters and conference updates, you’ll be in the loop at all times, get great new routes, questions answered and trip ideas. Visit womenridersnow.com now for all the information you’ll need!
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