Ireland’s 2015 International Female Ride Day Photo Contest Winner
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.
International Female Ride Day© (IFRD) is a campaign for women motorcycle riders across all cultures of the sport, with the purpose of highlighting and profiling the many numbers of woman riders enjoying the activity.
The task of finding the International Female Ride Day 2015 annual photo winner is never an easy one- what with all the spectacular photos shared!
We were able to catch up with Natalie Costello of Leixlip in north-east County Kildare, Ireland in her prize REV’IT! Jacket. After a busy summer we captured Natalie on her motorcycle having fun and looking fabulous in her jacket win from 2015 International Female Ride Day.
Every year we run a contest and the submitted photo with the most votes wins the prize. The photo for 2015 was a group shot submitted by Moira Donohoe. Upon notification of their first prize win, the women had a draw within the group to decide who would receive the jacket. And Natalie won.
Their photo depicted here below shows the fun and camaraderie shared by women riders from their group in Ireland. As they described on their photo submission it rained but that didn’t take away from the smiles and fun.
We will run another photo contest for 2016 – stay tuned.
Congrats again ladies!
More About International Female Ride Day
International Female Ride Day is a global campaign for women motorcyclists who own, ride, or have access to a motorcycle or scooter. The globally synchronized day invites around the world to simultaneously – “JUST RIDE”.
By participating and riding on International Female Ride Day- this once a year globally united day, women underline and demonstrate their passion, ability and enthusiasm for motorcycling. Each women participant is a role model contributing to the activity by building awareness of female motorcyclists. This worldwide unified presence further demonstrates across all cultures , the fun and enjoyment women from all diversities share in this wonderful activity of motorcycling!
The event occurs on the first Saturday (formerly Friday) of May each year. Women take part by simply being on their motorcycle to “JUST RIDE”