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Here Are The Winners – 2019 International Female Ride Day Photo Contest

Here they are, the 2019 IFRD photo contest winners! It is always difficult to select the winners, as every photo is a fabulous capture of what IFRD is all about – women enjoying motorcycling!

International Female Ride Day Contest Awards Designed by Woman Metal Works Artist

For 2019, the International Female Ride Day photo contest winners will receive an exclusively designed unique metal art piece created by metalworks artist Joyce Morgan – the artist known as Joy’s Metal Work.

Announcing 2019 International Female Ride Day Photo Contest and Awards

Enter the 2019 International Female Ride Day photo contest, share your Just Ride day moments and claim your forever place in the IFRD Gallery of Fame!

2019 International Female Ride Day Windscreen Flyer Ready

The 2019 International Female Ride Day© motorcycle windscreen flyer is a simple way to decorate your motorcycle, scooter or trike as you “JUST RIDE!” and take part in this global movement for women riders.  It’s a simple yet effective way to show your involvement.

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International Female Ride Day Defined

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.

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Announcing 2019 International Female Ride Day Photo Contest and Awards

Enter the 2019 International Female Ride Day photo contest, share your Just Ride day moments and claim your forever place in the IFRD Gallery of Fame!

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2019 International Female Ride Day Windscreen Flyer Ready

The 2019 International Female Ride Day© motorcycle windscreen flyer is a simple way to decorate your motorcycle, scooter or trike as you “JUST RIDE!” and take part in this global movement for women riders.  It’s a simple yet effective way to show your involvement.

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How to Celebrate International Female Ride Day

To help you join in on this global phenomenon and to make the most of your own local, regional or solo ride on International Female Ride Day, we’ve compiled a list of ideas that’ll help to get you started.

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International Female Ride Day Hashtags for Real time “Just Ride” Action

Join the buzz on International Female Ride Day, let your IFRD hashtags loose! Show the world what women motorcycle riders are doing on our JUST RIDE day.

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Join International Female Ride Day Facebook Find Women’s Motorcycle Rides

Join our Facebook page and group for your best “JUST RIDE!” day experience. The best way to find an event or happening to take part in, is to join the IFRD Facebook group and the page. You can also sign up for groups in your area or events.

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International Female Ride Day FAQS

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.

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Using International Female Ride Day© Graphics, Logos & Icons

The International Female Ride Day© (IFRD) logo image has become an iconic identifier for women riders. It’s for use by all. To ensure its identity it is important to keep the image unified. Therefore it is vital that it doesn’t become altered or changed through use.

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International Female Ride Day Ride Day Goals

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.

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International Female Ride Day Makes Switch to Saturday

International Female Ride Day, the world’s only synchronized women’s motorcycle “Just Ride!” day, moves its eighth global edition in 2014 from Friday to Saturday. This worldwide happening of women riders has evolved to an unparalleled momentum and the move to a weekend day will continue to foster the events growth and enable participation through all cultures.

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