Women's Coalition of Motorcyclists
Forging the Future for Women Motorcyclists!

This data collection project from the Women’s Coalition of Motorcyclists focuses on releasing safety gear surveys in order to better serve the women rider demographic of the motorcycle community. The third of four surveys is now ready for participants. Read the press release below for detailed information and to find out how to access these surveys and make your voice heard.

United States – The Women’s Coalition of Motorcyclists, (www.wcm2020.org) continues our data collection project with the release of our third survey targeting the opinions of female motorcycle riders in North America about safety gear.

The WCM created the Coalition At-Large Board (CAB) to focus on motorcycle industry advocacy. This team has spent the last year developing four (4) surveys to collect this information in an unbiased manner. The surveys cover the following key areas:

  1. Motorcycle Rider Training
  2. Motorcycle Design
  3. Motorcycle Safety Gear
  4. Motorcycle Dealership Operations
  1. LINK: https://bit.ly/CABTrainingSurvey 
  2. LINK: https://bit.ly/CABMotorcycleDesignSurvey
  3. LINK: https://bit.ly/CABSafetyGearSurvey
  4. LINK: TBD  At this point, the first three (3) surveys listed above are all open to input from female motorcycle riders. We anticipate closing the input phases in succession later this year.

WCM Executive Board Chair (and CAB member) Lisa Malachowsky says, “The collection of this survey data is critical to our mission. We anticipate that this information will shed some new light on our often misunderstood and underserved female rider population. As a result, we would like to see the motorcycle industry take steps to make it easier for women to be comfortable riding motorcycles, buying gear, and working with motorcycle dealers. We know that these changes can create a win-win for the industry.”

Those interested in learning more about this project or other WCM opportunities available by becoming a supporting partner should email IndustryLiaison@WCM2020.org.

Go to www.wcm2020.org to find out more about the WCM.

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