Indian International Women’s Day

This is from Indian Motorcycles

Indian Motorcycle is celebrating International Female Ride Day (IFRD) around the world with group rides, dealer events, and demo rides to further empower, recognise and welcome the participation of women in motorcycling and invites female Indian Motorcycle riders to “Just Ride” on Saturday May 6, whether solo, with friends or on an organised ride

The IFRD has put the spotlight on women riders and the female motorsports arena for 17 years aiming to keep women at the forefront of riding and encourage new women to join, while promoting the diversity of women already engaged in all aspects of the powersports industry.

A focal point for events in Europe will be a group ride in France from Toulouse to Nice, May 2-6. With participants from the U.S., Canada and across Europe, riders will cover some of the best roads in France with a celebratory party, also open to the public, waiting for them at Indian Motorcycle Nice.

Women riders in France are invited to join influential names from across the online motorcycle community in Jess Wise, Caroline Cora, Jasmine Rose, Courtney Boyd, Deimante Meilune and Sophie Molesti on their ride, even if just for a few kilometres, to elevate the voice of the women rider and celebrate their passion for riding.

Participation in IFRD is free and easy and takes place Saturday, May 6, in over 120 countries and everyone is encouraged to join in the conversation by sharing photos of their rides and what riding means to them on social media using the hashtags #IFRD2023, #FocusFemaleForward and #internationalfemalerideday.

For more information on the International Female Ride Day please visit the website

The question is how many women riders will go on any organised event by Indian in other countries…if indeed they are to happen?

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