International Female Ride Day 2012 Photo Contest Winner from Bogota Columbia
Motorcycling with friends on a weekend ride or with an organized motorcycle rally is another cherished part of the motorcycle riding experience. It’s fun riding with a group of friends but it requires the full attention of each rider.
Listed here are our most commonly asked International Female Ride Day© FAQs – Frequently Asked Questions about the global campaign for women motorcycle and scooter riders.
The highly respected and capable Kawasaki Ninja 300 ABS sport motorcycle returns for
With their expanded line for hot weather riding gear – REV’IT! Women’s Tornado Motorcycle Jacket cools so well, you’ll feel bare! In any climate, comfortable protective riding gear is key. The past few summers, global warming has shown us challenging, varying climates, and soaring temperatures. Sadly, far too many riders are opting to ride without gear as a solution.
Women joining in and riding on International Female Ride Day© demonstrate their passion, ability, enthusiasm and involvement in motorcycling on all levels. All brands participate across all forms of motorcycling: road, track, dirt even three-wheelers, side-cars and scooters.
Congratulations to Ingrid Diaz from Bogotá, Colombia – South America, winner of the women motorcycle rider’s International Female Ride Day 2012 Facebook photo competition. Ingrid won the most votes in the form of “likes” to give her photo the win.
She won the first prize of the women’s motorcycle jacket from REV’IT! Here is her picture sent in after receiving her prize. Ingrid is really happy as she loves the jacket and REVIT! is not yet available in Bogotá.
Ingrid included this with her photo:
“Hi there. Against every possible prediction of my community members, I am learning to ride a big bike and I love it. I only wish there were more female riders like me over here. We are great models of passion, courage, conviction, strength, safety and charm. I would be great to win some gear, because it is often scarce, expensive or even fake in my country. Thank you for this chance!” Ingrid Diaz
The runners-up were NaNa Weber’s photo of the women’s motorcycle club, Budapest Hungary, a beautiful group shot at second place and third place – woman rider “Lady Fred” of the United States.
Thanks to everyone who voted and to those who shared such fantastic photos on International Female Ride Day 4 May, 2012
If you wish to share a photo too – please do so!