International Female Ride Day (IFRD) To Energize The Female Riders Of Any Age

The 12th edition of International Female Ride Day (IFRD) was expected to conduct on May 5th, 2018. The IFRD was established to advance and support motorcycling among females. The IFRD was established in 2007 and start its ride on May every year. Female riders from across the world gather on this day and the day will be elevated to energize the female riders of any age.

The 12th IFRD is expected to celebrate this year across Canada, USA, Iceland, India, Australia, South Africa, Brazil, Caribbean, England, Germany, The Netherlands, Czech Republic, Hungary, Russia, Japan, China, and Israel, among different nations with weekend events, day events, off-road days and rack days. Female riders across the world will represent their country’s culture and region. The ride will go on either on or off roads with a solo ride or a group ride or with a couple of companions.

The International Female Ride Day (IFRD) was the idea of Vicki Gray, a lifetime motorcycling advocate and instructor. In 2007, she introduces the International Female Ride Day with the theme of “Just Ride”, the only global women’s motorcycle ride event. Its embraced success by women around the world has made it a global phenomenon and an important mechanism for the motorcycle industry. The IFRD is overseen under Vicki Gray’s MOTORESS brand, which was established in 2005. MOTORESS was established in the Netherlands, however, is presently headquartered in Toronto, Canada.

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