The American Motorcycle Association (AMA) International Women and Motorcycling Conference is heading to Carson City, Nevada July 26th – July 29th. The 2012 conference is the premier event for all women motorcyclists and those women who are interested in riding.
If you are interested in attending this year’s AMA Women and Motorcycling Conference, then you are in for an amazing time. Come join the more than 1500 women who are expected to be there for the inspirational speakers, awesome road rides through Nevada, demo rides, product showcases, and more. In addition, you’ll be able to connect with other women riders who share your passion for the open road.
This year’s conference theme will be “Ride Well” and all seminar topics are designed around this theme to help promote safety and wellbeing both on and off the bike. Seminar topics include:

  • Get Involved: How You Can Protect Your Rights to Ride and Race
  • Women in the Business of Motorcycling
  • The Best Motorcycling Tips, Tricks, and Techniques
  • The History of Women in Motorcycling
  • How to Pack and Eat Healthy for the On-the-Road Motorcyclist
  • The Power of Pink
  • And more

In addition to the exciting seminars, the marketplace, and the demo rides, the AMA Women and Motorcycling Conference will host a Saturday Women’s Health Fair, a Friday night cookout, and a Saturday night closing celebration banquet.
Women Ridership is Growing
Over the last few years, the number of women motorcyclists has been steadily growing and now 1 in 10 motorcycle owners are women. As a result there are more and more rallies, rides, and events catering towards women riders and their families. While the number of women riders who are registered with the AMA is under 10 percent, that number has also been increasing over the last few years. Dozens of female-only motorcycle clubs have also been popping up all over the country offering women riders opportunities that weren’t always available before.
In fact, women riders are just beginning to attract the attention of major vendors, motorcycle manufacturers, and rally organizers. Clothing designers are now catering part of their business towards designing jackets, helmets, and accessories that are geared towards the woman motorcyclist.
At Russ Brown Motorcycle Attorneys®, we love to see more women on the road and are dedicated to helping women riders no matter where they ride in this great country of ours. If you are injured in a motorcycle accident, you will need an experienced motorcycle attorney on your side from the very beginning. Call us today at 1-800-4-BIKERS. We Ride—We Care—We Win!