EUROPE.

We are back in the Western hemisphere after 30 days in Europe. The Wild Ones Tour went off seamlessly and was one of the most amazing experiences of our lives. On 2016 701 Husqvarna Supermotos we rode over 6,000kms through Austria, Switzerland, Italy, Germany, Chezch Republic and Slovakia. We rode up and down some of the most famous motorcycle passes in the world, through lightning storms, & with women from Estonia, Berlin, and all over Europe. We dropped bikes, wheelied bikes and rode bikes past castles, cows, waterfalls, and LOTS of people staring at us and wondering what the hell 3 young babes were doing on these big tall bikes giving zero fucks at all. 

The Wild Ones Alps tour was sponsored by Husqvarna, Converse and Sena Bluetooth. The trip was hosted by The Women's Moto Exhibit and we're already in the planning phases for the next one. If you'd like to get involved in a tour or be a sponsor, email us at womensmotoexhibit@gmail.com

Adri Law Photo

Liz Horton photo (and the rest!)

"Handmade Motors"

If you're in the United States, you might have noticed a new option on your explore page in Instagram. For the next 3 days, one of the featured explore pages is called "Handmade Motors" and it includes a ton of rad people in the motorcycle community who are doing cool things. Some of the featured pages include Liz Horton, Jessica Haggett and Dean Walters. The header of the page is a fucking cool photo taken by another good guy from the moto community named Dan Sammons. Check it out!

Babes Ride Out

Babes Ride Out 3 was a massive event this year with over 1,200 ladies in attendance. It was my first year at the event so I flew down, got hooked up with a 2015 48' Harley Davidson from the boys at Glendale Harley in LA and rode to Joshua Tree, CA with over 50 ladies who showed up at the pre-Babes Ride Out meet-n-greet at the dealership. The event was more than I could have ever imagined it was going to be in terms of structure, vibes, music and good looking chicks! Thanks to Ashmore and Anya who put so much hard work into something like this and giving me a reason to come explore the desert on an amazing motorcycle with hundreds of fucking killer girls. I brought along a shitty film camera and decided to just post the photos that I developed from it, so here ya go: