Feb 19, 2016 A big thank you to Indian Motorcycle for lending me a beautiful blue Chieftain to ride for my scouting trip across the country in August/September. In 1916 the Van Buren sisters rode Indians on their historic …Read More →
Feb 19, 2016 We’re thrilled that the American Motorcyclist Association’s (AMA) 2016 Vintage Motorcycle Days will coincide with our stop in Lexington, Ohio. Scheduled for July 8-10, 2016 at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course, …Read More →
Feb 19, 2016 As registrations grow, we are receiving support from our neighbors to the north. Joanne Will, reporter for the Canadian media outlet, The Globe and Mail, interviewed me, shared the Van Burens’ story and …Read More →
Feb 19, 2016 I’m getting to talk a lot about the ride! Please check out the following interviews and let them know you heard about us!Read More →
Feb 18, 2016 Cris Sommer Simmons, a long-time rider and something of an American motorcycle pioneer herself, has been collecting photographs of women motorcyclists for nearly thirty years.
Her book,The American Motorcycle Girls 1900-1950, is a treasure …Read More →
Feb 18, 2016 Thank you to all of our registered participants!
With five months to go, we expect a FULL ride. If you haven’t signed up, don’t wait!Read More →
Feb 18, 2016 The Sisters’ Centennial Motorcycle Ride is now an American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) chartered club. They’re the country’s largest advocacy group for motorcycling and our event is now “sanctioned” by the AMA.
What does sanctioning mean? It means …Read More →
Feb 18, 2016 You may have wondered why official registration and a second kickoff will occur in Springfield, Massachusetts when the Van Buren sisters started their ride in Brooklyn, New York. If you have ever ridden in New …Read More →
Feb 18, 2016 We’ve been asked several times why we’re “not with the times” and accepting credit cards.
The answer: Since registration includes having to print out, sign, and mail in the waiver, we thought it easier …Read More →
Feb 18, 2016 We’ve added more information to the registration pages in order to better explain what you receive with each type of registration.
If you still have questions after reading that and our FAQ, please …Read More →