After several highly successful virtual conferences plus one live conference, Alisa Clickenger will soon be hosting the 5th Women’s Motorcycle Conference Online, scheduled for March 4-5, 2022, with support from Indian Motorcycles. The theme for the upcoming conference is “Education”. The virtual event is developed specifically for all female motorcycle riders and women interested in the motorcycle lifestyle. The 5th Women’s Motorcycle Conference Online: Education will include educational seminars, inspiring stories of women riders as well as provide a convenient opportunity for participants to connect with fellow female riders worldwide, in real-time.

The virtual Women’s Motorcycle Conference only features female presenters,  yet both women and men can attend. There will be meet & greet opportunities with presenters on Friday night (March 4) as well as virtual networking time for all registered female riders so that they can get to know each other. There’s also an after-hours final wrap-up virtual party on Saturday (March 5). For those riders who find themselves unable to attend all the sessions, recordings of all educational sessions are available for purchase. Interested participants can register and purchase tickets here.

Women's Motorcycle Conference Online

Started by Alisa Clickenger of Women’s Motorcycle Tours, the Women’s Motorcycle Conference Online’s mission is to create a connected, friendly and open-minded community of women motorcyclists residing all across the globe. The virtual conference will feature powerful teachings and wide-ranging discussions led by all-female presenters and represent all styles of motorcycles and disciplines of riding. Thanks to the event’s virtual approach, women riders will be able to access all the presentations and connect with each other from the safety and convenience of their own homes.

“Indian Motorcycles is helping me to welcome women riders and the men that support them to the 5th edition of the Women’s Motorcycle Conference Online. I chose Education as the theme this Spring to focus on learning new things about motorcycling, passing on information from experienced riders, and connecting other riders with the rich resources we have among our fellow women riders. My #ByWomenForWomen hashtag is what I am most proud of. No other conference has all-female presenters and presentations on such a wide variety of subjects taught by women,” stated Clickenger.

“I try to make these online events fun and educational and offer registrants an excellent opportunity to interact with other riders and learn a lot from fellow female riding professionals and enthusiasts. In fact, the most common feedback I get after the conferences is that once women start participating in the sessions, they’re hooked and are all-in for every single one!” stated Clickenger. “We have a flexible workshop attendance philosophy. Conference attendees have the ability to take part in just a few or all of the workshops over the weekend at one very low price.”

Presenters at the upcoming Women’s Motorcycle Conference include Bobbie Carlson, Total Control Training; Donna Wiegle, Advocate, Author, and Speaker; Amanda Hazzah and Tara El Naggar, Co-founders of the Women’s Moto Project; Mallory Apperson, Customer Growth & Engagement Manager at Polaris Industries; Sarah Schilke & Erin Sills of; Michelle Lamphere, Author, and President, WIMA USA; Misty Johnson, Western Regional Sales Manager at Dunlop Motorcycle Tires; Antonia Van Becker, Co-founder of the Self Health Institute; Sylvia Henderson, Leadership Development Facilitator; Joanne Donn, Founder of; Nicki Shea, Business Manager and Motorcycle Coach at First Class Motorcycles; Elizabeth Rabe, Riding Academy Manager of Thunder Mountain Harley-Davidson; Brittany Hughes, Founder of BraapNation LLC; and Athena Ransom, Founder of American Motorcycle Specialist and Vagabond Chopper LLC. Full presentation details and registration can be found at

“My online conferences are a great way for women motorcycle riders to come together during the non-riding season, communicate and connect with each other, regardless of their riding skills or where in the world they live. I offer inspiring, engaging, and insightful content that is all loosely centered around a theme for each conference. My vision in producing the conferences is to empower female riders, help them to gain new perspectives about their riding journey, and envelop them in a strong network of community support,” stated Clickenger.

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