According to the Motorcycle Industry Council (MIC), an estimated 7.2 million women enjoy life on two wheels in the United States, either as a passenger or as a driver. Currently, women motorcyclists are one of the fastest growing demographics in the motor sport, with women-owned companies like Wind and Throttle and Tarnish gaining more and more traction through the years. Throughout the world, female motorcyclist groups like Women in the Wind and Stilettos on Steel thrive, and an International Female Ride Day is held every year to celebrate the strength in two-wheeled sisterhood.
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This week, Iron Horse Hotel in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, would like to commemorate women motorcyclists by hosting a Women’s Bike Night June 28!
Starting at 5 p.m., this free admission, “treat yourself” themed night will feature pop-up shops, chair massages, a charity bike wash, music from Evan Christian sponsored by Hupy and Abraham and so much more! While cruising the vendor area, don’t forget to visit the Hupy and Abraham “Watch for Motorcycles” orange booth to get your FREE hat, nail file and pinstripe buff!
Proceeds from the event will benefit Accident Scene Management, the worlds’ largest motorcycle trauma training center, which is also female owned!
If you miss bike night, you can still get in on the action by ordering your FREE pink “Watch for Motorcycles” bumper sticker here!
Written by: M.J. Ball