Women Riders Take to the Hills for Mountain Moxie 2016

February 19, 2017
Courtesy of Moto Girl Cafe
Mountain Moxie 2016

North Carolina’s Blue Ridge Mountains will lend their twisting roads and scenic vistas to the east coast’s largest women’s motorcycling conference as Moto Girl Café presents Mountain Moxie, May 6-8 in Little Switzerland, NC. Mountain Moxie is a three-day event dedicated to women who love motorcycling and the men who ride with them.

Mountain Moxie will feature presentations by the motorcycle industry’s leading women, and will include topics such as international travel, long distance riding, Iron Butt adventures, racing and track days, bike building and motorcycle-related careers. All presentations will be held at the Switzerland Inn and are scheduled during breakfast and dinner hours, leaving plenty of time each day open for small-group rides and area exploration. Maps are included and will guide riders through local mountain twisties and the Blue Ridge Parkway- featuring the famous Diamondback route!

Mountain Moxie offers a unique opportunity for riders and motorcycle enthusiasts to learn from women motorcycling experts and enthusiasts and to create and build new friendships and networking relationships with others who share a love of motorcycling. Mountain Moxie is a female-focused event; however, men are welcome as paid guests of registered attendees.

In addition to presentations and group rides, motorcycle gear and service vendors and sponsors will be set up in the hotel lobby and parking lot. Breakout sessions will be available for special activities such as bike maintenance. Prize drawings will be held throughout the weekend, and every participant will go home with an event t-shirt and goodie bag full of motorcycling swag.

Mountain Moxie is presented by Moto Girl Café, LLC in collaboration with sponsors MotoMark1 and Worse for Wear, Moto Girl café is a business dedicated to women and motorcycling. Founder Robin Dail, an avid motorcyclist, participates in all aspects of motorcycling and features women through interviews and articles on the Moto Girl Café website and on social media. Moto Girl Café also has an online store with unique items for the passions of women who ride.

The cost to attend is $135 per person and includes three breakfasts (Friday, Saturday, Sunday), two dinners (Friday, Saturday), two unlimited wine/beer/cheese receptions (Friday, Saturday), all presentations during the event, local route maps, event T-shirt and goodie bag.

Event Details
What: Mountain Moxie, presented by Moto Girl Café
When: May 6-8, 2016
Where: The Switzerland Inn, 86 High Ridge Road, Little Switzerland, NC 28749
For More Information and to Register:

Featured Speakers
Donna Gardner: Track day coach, Team Pro-Motion
Melissa Paris: Professional motorcycle racer, MotoAmerica, FIM CEV Repsol International Championship, Superbike World Championship
Breeann Poland: Social media and digital marketing manager, Royal Enfield North America; former pro race team owner and manager
Gail Biddulph: Business consultant, international adventure rider, first woman to circumnavigate the coast of Great Britain
Gwen Phillips: Iron Butt record holder, national long distance rider
Sofi Tsingos: Bike builder, founder of GT-Moto
Laura Smith: Co-founder, Worse for Wear, a grassroots start-up company that manufactures women’s motorcycle gear in Richmond, VA

Prizes Include
Six track days with Sportbike TrackTime
Two Ready to Ride Track Day packages and 2 Memberships from Team Pro-Motion
Day of dirt bike lessons including gear and bike from 20/20 Racing Academy
Blackbird Motorcycle Wear leather jacket
Givi bag
Two Biltwell gift certificates
Spats from Gasolina Boots
Valerie Bags from MotoChic Gear
Many more

About Moto Girl Café:
Robin Dail created Moto Girl Café in February 2014 intended as a hub for women to share their love and passion for motorcycling. Robin said recently, “Women who love to ride needed a place to gather and expand our community. A place to gather and talk, to exchange photos, videos and stories and find gear specific to the needs of women riders. This is what Moto Girl Café brings to the motorcycling community. We will introduce women who don’t ride to the thrill of riding and help promote confidence in young girls to get out there and find adventure on motorcycles! Because, we love motorcycling!”