From the FAQ: Q: Do I have to ride my own bike? A: No, you don’t have to ride your own bike. It’s always more comfortable to ride your own motorcycle, but we’ve routed the ride such that you can rent motorcycles along the way. Ask us for a list of rental agencies if you…

From the FAQ: Q: How do I get my motorcycle back home after the ride? A: We hope you choose to ride home, but if you’re pressed for time you can ship your bike for roughly $800 coast to coast. After registering and sending in your SCMR2020 deposit you’ll receive a welcome packet with heaps…

From the FAQ: Q: What happens if my bike breaks down? A: Each route will have a chase vehicle that is capable of picking up bikes with mechanical issues. The support vehicles will be following the Fully-Guided registrants, and they’re paying more for that service. That said, at heart we’re motorcyclists…so of course, we’ll stop…

From the FAQ: Q: Do you have spare bikes? A: We’re working on that but do not count on it. Spare motorcycles are a liability issue as well as a challenge for some riders to adapt to. The best practice is to ensure your motorcycle is fully prepared for the ride. Check for mechanical issues…

From the FAQ: Q: Do you have a suggested packing list? A: After joining you’ll receive an information packet with heaps of information including a suggested packing list. Some riders pack quite minimally and choose to purchase new items along the route. (There will also be opportunities to pick up anything you may have forgotten…

From the FAQ: Q: Do I have to wear a helmet? A: Yes. Insurance regulations require all registered riders and passengers to wear a legal helmet and to follow state regulations.

From the FAQ: Q: Are you doing the boring thing and riding on highways? A: Nope! As much as possible we’ll be on two-lane secondary roads and scenic byways. We have worked to create the absolute best itinerary possible for each of the routes. Sometimes interstates can’t be skipped, but they are avoided as much…

From the FAQ: Q: Why do you have 10 different start points? A: Well, go big or go home, right? Seriously, though, women’s suffrage in the USA is a historical journey worthy of a National ride. Some riders will choose to ship or ride their motorcycles to the West Coast to have the full cross-country…

From the FAQ: Q: What if I want to camp and not stay in hotels? A: Well, you’ll miss the camaraderie and bonding that happens in the evenings, and that would be a real shame. But we admire you for wanting to be involved in your own way, and motorcycling is all about freedom and…

Make A Date With Women’s Motorcycle Tours’ SCMR2020 Coinciding with the 100th anniversary of the ratification of the 19th Amendment giving women the right to vote, Women’s Motorcycle Tours has released the official dates, routes and opening of registration for the Suffragists Centennial Motorcycle Ride (SCMR2020). The female-focused, three-week cross-country motorcycling event will commence Friday,…

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