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Article from Racked.com about Women's Gear Options

I recently talked to the author of this article from Racked.com about the increase in options for women's gear over the past decade. 

https://www.racked.com/2017/7/26/16003312/biker-women-style

 

There are many things we're not seeing in the growth of women's gear but it's nice to see more options surface, even if it doesn't necessarily work for 100% of the women riders out there. 

Wanna Ride a Motorcycle? GTFO of Your Comfort Zone.

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You may need to google GTFO :D. If someone told me a few years ago that I'd be up and moving all the way across the country to a city I've never visited, I would've told them to GTFO!

A few years ago I realized that I wanted to really pursue this hobby and try to incorporate it into my 'career. It's been a difficult journey, especially after losing the one job I thought was going to make that dream come true.

I pretty much gave up on the idea of having a 'real' job in the motorcycle industry, because if you work in the industry, you know how difficult it is to find a really good one that actually pays you real money. I didn't start this website to make money, god knows it's not how I've supported myself.

But I thought there must be some way to do a little of this and some 'real' work on the side. Fortunately, I found Revzilla.

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I'd never consider moving across the country for a job I wasn't already in love with. And although this means relocating to a completely foreign city, on a coast I've never lived on, I had no choice. Because I'd rather live in Philly and have this awesome job, than stay in San Francisco and not be completely in love with what I do.

One thing I've figured out so far is that no matter how difficult this journey might be, I know it'll be one of the best experiences I've ever had. But if I didn't put myself out there first, it never would've happened.

 

 

Motorcycle Industry Council at AMA Womens Conference

June 22, 2012 - The American Motorcyclist Association is pleased to announce that the Motorcycle Industry Council will be hosting a reception and luncheon for women in the motorcycling industry at the upcoming AMA International Women & Motorcycling Conference in Carson City, Nevada in July. 

The event will take place on the opening day of the conference on Thursday, July 26, at noon in the Juniper Room at the Gold Dust West Hotel. 

"The Motorcycle Industry Council has been a wonderful advocate for women as motorcyclists in America, and we are very happy to have them join us at the conference and host this special tribute to the women in our industry," said AMA Marketing Manager Tigra Tsujikawa. 

"Women are such an important part of our industry, and we are proud to be a part of this conference," said MIC Vice President Cam Arnold. "This reception and luncheon will honor the women who have given so much of themselves to grow the motorcycling market and have played a significant role in increasing the number of women who are riding motorcycles today." 

Women who work in the powersports industry and who are registered to attend the AMA International Women & Motorcycling Conference are invited to attend. To RSVP, or for more information about the reception and luncheon, please contact Cam Arnold at carnold@mic.org

The 2012 AMA International Women & Motorcycling Conference will take place in Carson City, Nev. July 26-29. Registration fees are $175 for AMA members and $235 for non-members through July 10. Non-members who join the AMA at a cost of $49 will still pay less than the "non-member" rate. Included in the fee are seminars, the marketplace and Moto Action Center, the Friday Night Cookout in Virginia City, the Saturday Night Celebration Party, and a Women's Health Fair where women can get a variety of health screenings such as mammograms and cholesterol and blood pressure checks. Registrants will also receive a conference t-shirt and gift bag. 

To register for the conference or see full conference details, as well as information about how to become an AMA member, visit www.womenandmotorcycling.com.

Watch for updates on the conference Facebook page at facebook.com/amawomenandmotorcycling.

 

About the American Motorcyclist Association
Since 1924, the AMA has protected the future of motorcycling and promoted the motorcycle lifestyle. AMA members come from all walks of life, and they navigate many different routes on their journey to the same destination: freedom on two wheels. As the world's largest motorcycling rights organization, the AMA advocates for motorcyclists' interests in the halls of local, state and federal government, the committees of international governing organizations, and the court of public opinion. Through member clubs, promoters and partners, the AMA sanctions more motorsports competition and motorcycle recreational events than any other organization in the world. AMA members receive money-saving discounts from dozens of well-known suppliers of motorcycle services, gear and apparel, bike rental, transport, hotel stays and more. Through the AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame, the AMA honors the heroes and the heritage of motorcycling for future generations. For more information, please visitAmericanMotorcyclist.com.