Women’s Motorcycle Conference Online

Press Release | September 23, 2020

The next Women’s Motorcycle Conference Online will be held November 6-7, 2020

Women’s Motorcycle Conference Online will be held November 6-7, 2020

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North Carolina (September 23, 2020) — Alisa Clickenger announces the next Women’s Motorcycle Conference Online will be held November 6-7, 2020. The theme for the November conference is “Connection,” and the event is sponsored by Indian Motorcycle and Motul. The virtual gathering is geared toward all those who currently ride motorcycles or are interested in the motorcycle riding lifestyle. The Women’s Motorcycle Conference Online: Connection will feature inspiring stories, educational seminars and the opportunity for female motorcycle riders to communicate in real time.

The virtual conference will feature 20+ presenters, 15 Presentations, and 3 Connection Sessions. The presentations will be offered in a variety of ways: topic-focused workshops, expert panels, round-table discussions, a meet & greet with the presenters on Friday night and online networking time for all registered lady riders to get to know each other. The registration fee for the entire conference is just $20 until October 31 at www.WomensMotorcycleTours.com/Conference. Registration November 1 and later is $25.

Clickenger, the founder of Women’s Motorcycle Tours, created the Women’s Motorcycle Conference Online to continue building a strong and thriving community of women motorcyclists from every corner of the globe. Representing all styles of motorcycles and disciplines of riding, the Women’s Motorcycle Conference Online will feature all-female presenters. With a wide variety of presentations and motorcycle industry leaders delivering powerful messages, women riders can access the presentations safely from the comfort of their own homes.

“Registrants of the Women’s online conference will be able to interact with their fellow riders as well as the presenters over a two day period in a way that is safe, comfortable, convenient and community-minded,” said Clickenger. “The schedule is structured, and workshop attendance is flexible. Registrants can choose to join one, many, or all of the workshops offered throughout the weekend for one low price. Recordings will also be available for purchase for those who might not be able to attend all the sessions.”

Wendy Crockett, the winner of the 2019 Iron Butt Rally, will be co-hosting the November conference with Clickenger. Other confirmed presenters for the Women’s Motorcycle Conference Online: Connection include Joey Lindahl, Senior Marketing Manager, Customer Growth at Polaris; Motul; Andria Yu, Director of Communications at the Motorcycle Industry Council; Toni Woodruff, Program Manager, Sturgis Buffalo Chip Biker Belles; Debra Teplitz, Founder of the Houston Area Women Riders; Porsche Taylor, Black Girls Ride; Indy Saini, filmmaker; Katja Rusanen, Story Coach; Pamela March, Scooter Cannonball competitor; Annette Birkman, World Traveler; WomenRidersNow.com and staff of the Progressive International Motorcycle Shows.

Those interested in up-to-date information on the Women’s Motorcycle Conference can sign up for special announcements and discount tickets through the Women’s Motorcycle Tours newsletter at https://tinyurl.com/motoconference. Discounted bulk ticket sales are available to powersports dealers and women’s motorcycle groups.

“We’re all adjusting to the new normal in the powersports industry, and I’ve decided to make these virtual gatherings regular events. And hopefully we can gather by my intended date of the in-person conference scheduled for August 19-21, 2021. Regardless of the venue my mission remains the same for both online and in-person events: to bring women riders together under the founding principles of unity, community and the freedom of the road,” said Clickenger.

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For more information, visit https://womensmotorcycletours.com/Conference/

 

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