Rd 4- April 25th Kairos Resort Two Day Event - Glen Lyn, VA
The Virginia Championship Hare Scramble Series is excited to announce the 2021 schedule. Starting at River’s Edge Outdoors on March 7th for the Joe Lloyd Memorial and finishing on October 24th at Lake Sugar Tree MX. Adding in a new race location for 2021, the Graves Mountain Hare Scramble in Syria, Virginia. Also new for 2021, six of our race locations are holding two-day events. At these rounds, the Pee Wee, Mini and Tykes races will be on Saturday. The big bike events will be on Sunday. The 2021 racing season is fast approaching, and we can’t wait to get back into the woods with great friends. For information on the Virginia Championship Hare Scramble Series, visit www.vchss.org.
Mark your calendars ladies, it is time to #FocusFemaleForward on Saturday, 1 May as women riders around the world will take to their motorcycles and scooters to “Just Ride!” for the 15th International Female Ride Day (IFRD). This synchronized global ride day makes an impact on women’s issues as female participants in over 120 countries, and six continents join in the movement.
“It has never been good enough to accept that women face barriers,” says IFRD founder Vicki Gray. “We can all play a part in enabling the success of women. IFRD has always provided an inclusive environment that fosters presence and accelerates kinship. Enabling and empowering women through motorcycling and as witnessed every IFRD - is not only the right thing to do, but essential to what matters for women, going forward.”
Since the introduction in 2007, IFRD’s globally synchronized “Just Ride!” momentum continues to advance the importance of women being well represented across all disciplines of the powersports industry. The movement places a spotlight of the diverse participation of women already engaging in powersports while inspiring other women to learn to ride and obtain their license.
Since IFRD 2021 comes as the world continues to navigate the COVID-19 pandemic those taking part are encouraged to enjoy the day within protocols and follow guidelines for social distancing to protect against the spread of COVID-19. As in 2020, all participants have access to the complete Coronavirus guidelines and ride planning tools on the IFRD website:
Or follow the global fun on social media:
For more information on Progressive American Flat Track visit https://www.americanflattrack.com.
Rd 5- May 2nd Blue Ridge Cycle Club - Martinsville, VA
Rd 6- May 23rd *NEW LOCATION* Graves Mountain Hare Scramble Two Day Event - Madison, VA
Celebrate vintage motorcycles in the Heartland! Swap meet, bike show, road racing, sidecar racing, drag racing and off-road competition. Family-friendly fun.
Come experience the AHRMA Classic MotoFest® in the Heartland, the only motorsports festival which features a wide array of vintage 2- and 3-wheel action including road racing, motocross, cross country, trials and for the first time, classic drag racing at Heartland Motorsports Park (HMP) in Topeka, Kansas! Scheduled for May 28-30, 2021 this event will include a swap meet, bike show, cycle corral (which includes a track walk and parade lap) and other family friendly activities.
Rd 7- May 30th April Fools at Oak Ridge - Arrington, VA
Giant Loop Ride Only Oregon Event on Harley-Davidson Pan America Adventure Motorcycle Demo Tour
(BEND, OR) Adventure proof packing systems and gear innovator Giant Loop’s annual dual sport and adventure motorcycle rally has been added to the Harley-Davidson Pan America Adventure Motorcycle Demo Tour. The 10th Annual Giant Loop Ride is the only event in Oregon where motorcycle enthusiasts can get a first look at – and a demo ride on – this much anticipated new Harley-Davidson.
Giant Loop hosts its annual rally at Crane Hot Springs in the remote high desert of eastern Oregon, June 4-6. Riders must register in advance at giantloopmoto.com, but there is no additional charge for demo rides.
“In 2019, I first saw the new Harley-Davidson Pan America when it was previewed behind glass at the world’s largest motorcycle shows in Milan, Italy,” says Harold Olaf Cecil, Giant Loop owner/founder. “I cannot think of another new adventure motorcycle introduction in the past decade that’s generated this much buzz and interest. We are truly honored that Harley-Davidson selected our annual ride to be part of this historic roll out.”
“The spirt of adventure touring is one of endless possibilities and unrestrained freedom,” writes Harley-Davidson in its announcement. “From its inception more than a century ago, when many roads were little more than dirt trails, Harley-Davidson has stood for adventure. Riders will soon be able to experience that freedom first-hand as Harley-Davidson is proud to announce the Harley-Davidson Pan America Motorcycle Demo Tour.”
10th Annual Giant Loop Ride: https://www.giantloopmoto.com/product/10th-annual-giant-loop-ride/
For event information: https://americanretrocross.org/
Rd 8- June 13th Peninsula 100 - Spring Grove, VA
New 2021 date, 2020 was cancelled.
1000’s of Motorcycles, Invited Builders from around the globe, Vans Vert Ramp Skate Demo featuring some of the best skaters in the world, Ives Brothers Wall of Death, 100’s of Vendors, 8 bands on 2 stages, AMCA vintage Swapmeet, San Diego Customs FXR & Open Shows, Rusty Butcher Sportster Show, great food & drinks, family friendly, awards, motorcycle giveaways,ride in bike show and more.
Rd 9- June 27th Hillbilly Hare Scramble Two Day Event - Rural Retreat, VA
Alisa Clickenger Announces New Dates and Route For the Suffragists Centennial Motorcycle Ride
This ride is an AMA-sanctioned nationwide women’s motorcycle ride celebration that celebrates the centennial of the signing of the 19th amendment – women’s right to vote.
The dates of the event are July 31 - August 20, 2021.
NORTH CAROLINA, APRIL 7, 2021: The Suffragists Centennial Motorcycle Ride cross-country riders will kick off the three-week celebration in beautiful Portland, Oregon on July 31, 2021. Riding East to the Women’s Motorcycle Festival and Conference, the event will gain momentum as the women’s motorcycle event crosses the United States. The group will travel along scenic two-lane roads, visit historical sites and dazzle riders to the many splendors of riding across America. There are three places where Women Motorcycle riders can join the event: Portland, Sturgis, or Knoxville, and ride to the Women’s Motorcycle Festival and Conference in Arlington, VA. To learn more about the ride, how to participate, and to see the full itinerary, visit https://bit.ly/CRPortland.
Alisa Clickenger Announces Dates and Location for the 1st LIVE Women’s Motorcycle Festival and Conference
This LIVE conference is scheduled for August 19-22, 2021, and will be held in the beautiful and thriving Crystal City district of Arlington, VA
NORTH CAROLINA, MARCH 25, 2021: After three highly successful online conferences for lady motorcycle riders, Alisa Clickenger is producing her first LIVE Women’s Motorcycle Festival and Conference on August 19-22, 2021, in Arlington, VA. The theme for this event is CELEBRATION. This conference is specifically for female motorcycle riders, motorcycle passengers and women interested in learning more about the motorcycle lifestyle.
The Motorcycle Festival and Conference is the final and culminating event at the end of the Suffragists Centennial Motorcycle Ride - a cross-country women’s motorcycle ride event from July 31- August 20, 2021. Learn more about the ride and how to participate at http://bit.ly/3caq3Rj .
This is the first Women’s Motorcycle Festival and Conference hosted by Alisa Clickenger and Women’s Motorcycle Tours. The event kickoff is Thursday, August 19, 2021, with Clickenger hosting a morning of professional development for Women in Powersports. Thursday afternoon the cross-country Centennial riders and New York Historical Route riders, plus conference attendees arrive and join in a celebratory dinner. Interested participants can learn more about the conference and how to get tickets from http://bit.ly/wmcLIVEtix .
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