Women’s Motorcycle Conference Online Date Announced

Press Release | February 17, 2021

Alisa Clickenger announces dates and theme for the third Women’s Motorcycle Conference Online. Virtual conference is scheduled for March 12-13, 2021.

Women’s Motorcycle Conference Online Date Announced

This is a press release from Women’s Motorcycle Tours…

North Carolina (February 17, 2021) – After two highly successful virtual conferences, Alisa Clickenger will soon be hosting the third Women’s Motorcycle Conference Online, scheduled for March 12-13, 2021. The theme for the upcoming conference is “Uplevel.” The virtual event is developed specifically for all female motorcycle riders and women interested in the motorcycle lifestyle. The third Women’s Motorcycle Conference Online: Uplevel will include educational seminars, inspiring stories of women riders as well as provide a convenient opportunity for participants to connect with fellow female riders worldwide, in real time.

The virtual conference will feature 15+ presenters, 10+ Presentations and three Live Connection (networking) sessions. These include expert panels, topic-focused workshops, round table discussions, meet-and-greet opportunities with presenters on Friday night (March 12) as well as virtual networking time for all registered female riders so that they can get to know each other. The registration fee for the 2-day conference is just $25, and for those riders who find themselves unable to attend all the sessions, recordings of all educational sessions are available for purchase. Interested participants can register and purchase tickets from https://womens-motorcycle-conference-online-uplevel.eventbrite.com.

Started by Alisa Clickenger of Women’s Motorcycle Tours, the Women’s Motorcycle Conference Online’s mission is to create a connected, friendly and open-minded community of women motorcyclist riders, residing all across the globe. The virtual conference will feature powerful teachings and wide-ranging discussions led by all-female presenters and represent all styles of motorcycles and disciplines of riding. Thanks to the event’s virtual approach, women riders will be able to access all the presentations and connect with each other from the safety and convenience of their own homes.

“I am excited to welcome the women riders and the men that support them to the third edition of our Women’s Motorcycle Conference Online,” said Clickenger. “I chose Uplevel as the theme this spring to focus on up-leveling our skills, enhancing our riding finesse and improving our overall mechanical knowledge about motorcycles. Put simply, this conference by women and for women, and is aimed at empowering women riders, connecting them with the vast network of worldwide women riders and take them up a notch as a motorcycle rider.

“It’s going to be an illuminating, educational and fun event in which participants will have an excellent opportunity to interact with fellow riders and learn a lot from fellow female riding enthusiasts,” Clickenger adds. “ In fact, the most common feedback I get after the conferences is that once women start participating in the sessions, they’re hooked and are all-in for every single one! We have a flexible workshop attendance philosophy. Participants have the ability to take part in just a few or all of the workshops over the weekend at one very low price. We had heaps of fun with the registrants at the conferences last year and we are expecting the same positive response from the Uplevel conference as well.”

Some of the presenters of the conference include Heather Lea of Riding Full Circle; Jen “Jrod” Dunstan, Regional Sales head of KTM Group; Lisa Malachowsky, Chairperson of the Women’s Coalition of Motorcyclists; Misty Johnson from Dunlop Motorcycle Tires; Whitney Meza, Digital Creator; Gail Mooney, Producer, Like A Woman movie; Jessica Kline, CEO at Backwoods Promotions Inc.; Vanessa Ruck of the Girl On A Bike; and Rocky Ha, Owner of Rocky Wrenches and Rides.

“Our online conferences are redefining the way women motorcycle riders meet, communicate and connect together, regardless of their riding skills or where in the world they live,” Clickenger said. “We offer inspiring, engaging and insightful content that has been curated especially by female riders for female riders. My vision in producing the conferences is to empower my sister riders, help them to gain new perspectives about their riding journey and envelop them in a strong network of community support.”

For more information, visit www.AlisaClickenger.com or www.womensmotorcycletours.com

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