Want your club listed?Send us an email with the name of the club, the website, the contact person and whether it's a national or regional club. Send your email to [email protected] We only list clubs that have a website or Facebook page, or other social media page with information about the club, including a phone number and/or email address, and clear instructions on how to join.We want to keep this list current, so if your club website or name changes, let us know.
Please note, if your club is part of a national organization like Women On Wheels, the Motor Maids, or the Litas, we only list the national club's website, which has its own chapter listing. We do not list each individual chapter. Women Riders Now E-Newsletter Stay up-to-date on all things motorcycle! Latest gear, bikes and products reviews. Travel ideas, great product giveaways, and more. Can't find a club in your area?Please check the clubs listed under national and international first.
They have chapters in many states, provinces, and countries across the globe. This is the best place to start.Still no group in your area? Why not start one! Read our step-by-step guide to starting a women's motorcycle riding group.Have an event coming up you'd like to promote?There are two ways we can help you get the word out: 1. WRN Calendar of Events: Visit this page and follow instructions for submitting your event to us.
If your event meets our criteria for getting listed here, we will post it and let you know. We list women-only or women-organized motorcycle related events of a regional or national interest and scope. 2. Women Riders Now Facebook page: If your event does meet our criteria for getting listed in the calendar on our site, you can list it on our Facebook page in the "Visitor's Posts" section. Simply post it to the timeline and it will show up in our Visitor's Posts.
Joining a riding club is the perfect wayto share your passion for motorcyclingwith like-minded people. Plus, you'llnever ride alone again (unless you want to!). National and International ClubsTo qualify as a national club, the club must have chapters in at least two regions of the country.To see if there is a chapter near you, visit these clubs' websites. Bomber Girls LRC, BomberGirlsLRC.
com Chrome Angelz RC, ChromeAngelzRCNationals.com Chrome Divas, ChromeDivas.com Diva Angels, DivaAngels.org Femme Fatales WMC, FemmeFatalesWMC.com Hurricane Biker Girls, HurricaneBikerGirls.com Leather and Lace MC, LeatherAndLaceMC.com Motor Maids, Inc, MotorMaids.org Queen City Divas, QueenCityDivas.org Recovering Women Riders (RWR), RWR.ARM-Intl.com Road Queens MC, RoadQueensMC.com Sisters Eternal WMC, SistersEternal.
com Sisters of Scota, SistersOfScotaWMC.org Stilettos on Steel, StilettosOnSteel.com The Litas, TheLitas.co (Read our story about the Litas here on WRN.) Women In The Wind, WomenInTheWind.org Women On Wheels, WomenOnWheels.org Women's International Motorcycle Association, WIMAWorld.com Regional Clubs To qualify as a regional club, the club must be operating in one region only. For example, if a club has three chapters all located in Florida, it's considered a regional club.
Northeast Region New England B.A.B.E.S. (Boston Area Bike Enthusiast Sisters), Massachusetts, BostonBikerBabes.wix.com Diamond Girlz, Massachusetts, DiamondGirlzMC.com MotoSisters Motorcycle Contingent, Inc., Massachussetts, MotoSistersMC.com Moving Violations Motorcycle Club, Massachusetts, MovingViolationsMC.com New England Thunder, Massachusetts, NewEnglandThunder.com Wild Grannys RC, Connecticut, Facebook.
com/WildGrannysRC New York Tri-State Area Mid-Atlantic Region Maryland PennsylvaniaWashington D.C. Southeast & Southern Region Florida Georgia North CarolinaSouth Carolina Midwest Region Regional Illinois Indiana Kansas Michigan Minnesota Nebraska Ohio Wisconsin Rocky Mountain/Northwest Region Colorado Idaho Oregon Washington Western/Southwest Region Arizona California Baby Janes Motorcycle Club, BabyJanesMC.
com Bella Gypsies, BellaGypsiesWMC.com Belles On Bikes, BellesOnBikesMotoSocial.com Curve Unit, CurveUnit.com Dangerous Curves, DangerousCurves.org Devil Dolls MC, DevilDollsMC.org Dykes on Bikes,DykesOnBikes.org East Side Moto Babes, Facebook.com/EastSideMotoBabes Ghetto Girlz MC, GhettoGirlzMC.org Hearts Of Fire Lady Ryders, Meetup.com/Hearts-Of-Fire-Motorcycle-Club L Riders SoCal, MeetUp.
com/LRiders Lady Bikers of California, LadyBikersOfCalifornia.com The Lost Girls MC, LostGirlsMC.com Rhinestone Riders, Facebook.com/TheRhinestoneRiders (AMA membership required) River City Biker Babes, Meetup.com/River-City-Biker-Babes SoulFire DMC, SoulFireDMC.com Street Sirens RC Sacramento, Facebook/StreetSirensRC Thundering Hearts~Smokin Curvz, Meetup.com/Thundering-Hearts Total Package Motorcycle Club, Facebook,com/TotalPackage.
MotorcycleClub True Heart MC, Facebook/THWMC Valley Vixens MC, ValleyVixensMC.com Venice Vixens, VeniceVixens.com West Coast Deviant Dames RC, DeviantDames2013.wix.com/wcdeviantdamesrc Women Riders Of California (WROC), WomenRidersOfCalifornia.com Xtreme Vixens MC, XVMCNorCal.com Hawaii Texas Nevada International (groups outside the U.S.) Canada British Columbia New Brunswick Ontario Quebec AFMQ Association des Femmes Motocyclistes du Québec, AFMQMoto.
com England Australia India Portugal This list is provided as a resource only. Women Riders Now (WRN) makes no recommendations on clubs or groups listed here. Please use discretion when meeting up for the first time with riders you don't know.See Also: Stickman Motorcycle Games
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Lately, things have been feeling a little like a 1970s throwback. After two rival motorcycle gangs engaged in a deadly shootout outside a restaurant in Waco, Texas on Sunday, leaving nine dead and the authorities cautioning about the possibility of more violence, biker gangs are back in the news in a big way. But here's an interesting question that cuts against the stereotypes: what are some peaceful, female-led biker gangs? Look, we all know the stereotypes about motorcycle clubs.
By and large, I'd go with "beardy middle-aged men stuffed a little too tightly into their leather jackets." But stereotypes, as usual, can be big mistakes — riding a motorcycle can be exhilarating (if relatively unsafe), and women can love and pursue the thrill-seeking lifestyle of motorcyclists just as much. To say nothing of the benefits of belonging to a tight-knit group or community, so long as you're not so tight knit that you're getting in parking lot gunfights.
Here's a short list of some female-centered biker clubs that'll really make your day, whether you're a fellow rider or not. After all, it's always nice to see people having fun — while keeping things nonviolent and legal, like the vast majority of such groups do. The Bikerni Motorcycle Club Founded as the first all-female motorcycle club in India, Bikerni grew from a tiny group of just under a dozen members to a countrywide club boasting 500 woman motorcyclists across a number of cities.
According to the Bikerni website, it's all about breaking records, making history, and striving for equality. In it's own words: The Bikerni's mission is to create an equal platform for women motorcyclists and to empower women all over India through the field of motorcycles.The Female Bikers Of Marrakesh This one's not a gang exactly, not really at least — while Bikerni has an actual, full-fledged management structure, the female bikers of Marrakesh, Morocco, are independent women, assembled for a photo shoot by Hassan Hajjaj back in 2014.
But as far as stereotype shattering goes, it doesn't get much better than this — cutting against Western perceptions of Muslim women as inherently suffocated and oppressed, Hajjaj captures these women posing with their motorbikes, oozing more badass attitude than you might assume possible from behind a veil. Hajjaj explained his motive for the photo shoot to CNN. If you take a person who doesn't travel and who watches TV, they might view Morocco as another Syria or Iraq.
But it's its own country with its own vibe.Leather And Lace MC Antoine Antoniol/Getty Images News/Getty Images The Leather And Lace Motorcycle Club is a women's only biker gang in the more traditional sense of the term — they were founded in 1983, and they even have some mandatory requirements. The main one being this: one day per year, all members must take a 100-mile ride starting at 10:00 a.
m., whether they're in a group or on their own. It's called the National Spirit Ride, and the group describes it like this: On the third Sunday in September, no matter where they are, whether they are a full member riding alone or a chapter member riding in an organized group, all members start their engines at 10:00 AM and go for a 100-mile ride. As sisters across the country twist their throttles and their machines rumble to life, each one knows that all her sisters will be riding with them today in spirit.
It is an incredible and awesome feeling of sisterhood that resides within Lace. This run is very special and unique to us.In simplest terms, Leather and Lace aspires to empower women in motorcycling, normalizing their image and making more women feel comfortable to join the club. Image: Getty Images