May the 4th isn’t just Star Wars Day this year, it’s also Female Ride Day!
If you want more details on events surrounding this day, head over to Motoress.com – it’s an international event, so we can’t cover it all here. But here’s some details on the goings-on in Toronto, where the fun all started.
In Toronto, International Female Ride Day founder Vicki Gray is hosting a City Ride event; Vicki and her female riding friends will take their two-wheelers around the city, meeting IFRD partners, sponsors, and supporters at their various locations. Riders who want to join can do part of the ride with them, joining throughout the day, or they can opt for the whole day-long experience – or even do it solo, if they wish.
The day starts off with riders meeting up at 9:30 at Harley-Davidson’s Canadian headquarters in Toronto; the day’s ride (you can see the schedule here) will take participants to the offices of Honda, BMW, Kawasaki and Kymco, as well as a photo op at City Hall.
Ladies won’t be riding tomorrow here in Alberta. I’ve made sure of that. Not even the power of Ottawa can change that. Ha Ha Ha