12th International Female Ride Day

Editor@Throttle|Updated: May 8, 2018 9:07

International Female Ride Day (IFRD) is a campaign for women motorcyclists with the purpose of highlighting and profiling female motorcyclists.  Its mission is to build and underline the broad-spectrum and public awareness of female motorcyclists of every culture around the world, while simultaneously encouraging other women to take up the activity; demonstrating the ease of the activity.


It was first started in Canada by motorcyclist Vicky Gray who is the owner & founder of Mototress. The idea caught attention & became Global Event. This event focuses on  Freedom Of Women and Equal Rights Of Women On Road.


The 12 th International Female Ride Day was celebrated with lots of enthusiasm and fun all over the world.


Here are some of the highlights of the rides in India




Pink City Bikerni celebrated the International Female Ride Day by riding to Rishikesh from Jaipur, for which Throttle was the biking partner. The 2 day event saw women bikers participate in various activities like trekking, river rafting,  cliff jumping, body surfing etc. They also participated in house events like Volleyball, Football, Cricket, Badminton etc., motorcycling based games and events, sessions by famous female travelers, celebrity meets, DJ, music, performances etc.




Rajasthan Bikes in association with Biking Tigresses celebrated the ride by riding to Buena Vista Resort, Amer from Statue Circle in Jaipur. They had High-tea over there along with some interesting riding stories of the riders & rode back till statue circle and cherished those moments. The event was organized by Vaishali Bhagat-Master record holder first female group leader to ride motorcycle from West end Kutch to East end Tezu of India and Long Distance Rider to cover 805 Km/500 mile in 12 hours, Jaishree Pandit and Ankita Malhotra who have done many long rides within India. The event was attended by Vatsana Kasana & Anupama Soni who have title of Mrs JAIPUR 2018, and other female riders from multiple cities, including Neha vyas from Jodhpur, Pooja Yadav from Mathura, Seema Rathore from Rashtriya riders, with total of around 40+ female riders. 




Riders of 'The Bikerni'. Hyderabad road to Begumpet via necklace Road frm People's Plaza. Around 20+ riders ( beginners and experienced) participated in the ride and rode in full co-ordinated and followed all traffic rules.




Riders of Bikerni Bengaluru had organized a 2 day event to Kalyan cool Resort, Chikmanglur where the female riders rode a distance of approx. 250 kms