In a large Global Relay Event Female Riders to Unite

 In a large Global Relay Event Female Riders to Unite

In only three weeks in excess of 5,700 female riders have joined!

HERE ARE a reasonable couple of female-just biker meets, groups and associations these days, yet none very as eager as this – the Women Riders’ World Relay.

The name is genuinely clear as crystal – the transfer expects to join woman bikers with one point, passing a twirly doo around the globe on two wheels, crosswise over even the most remote of areas.

WRWR, as it’s known, was framed toward the finish of August by Hayley Bell from Warrington, England, trying to wake the motorcycling business up to the sheer number of female riders out and about.

“I’m worn out on going into cruiser stores and seeing 4 varieties of pink calfskin coats, that look just as they have been put together as a half-arsed endeavor,” the 27-year-old said.

Need to demonstrate the business the power behind the market that is so indiscriminately disregarded.”

Hayley set up the WRWR Facebook page under three weeks back, and has officially assembled in excess of 5,700 individuals, from as far abroad as Pakistan, Bangladesh and South Africa. Australia is by a wide margin the most vigorously spoke to nation on the page, with very nearly 2,000 riders, while the UK is second with a large portion of the number.

Alongside her 6 page administrators, Hayley means to have something like 17,000 ladies bikers on board by December 2018, with an arrangement to dispatch the world transfer in Spring 2019.

We’ll be sharing general reports on the WRWR and in case you’re keen on participating, join the Facebook Group here.

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