An inclusive opportunity to celebrate women in motorcycling and connect
with those who are shaping the industry, driving change and breaking long-held
traditions will take place Tuesday, Aug. 8 during the Buffalo Chip’s ninth annual Biker Belles celebration. This
charity event opens with The Morning Ride™ that leads participants on a
beautiful journey from the Buffalo Chip’s CrossRoads to the Lodge at Deadwood.
Here participants will experience the Comfort Zone by Team Diva, a catered
lunch and an inspiring symposium. The theme “My Motorcycle Life” will open the
path to discussions surrounding the role motorcycling plays in the lives of
women and those who love and serve them. Panelists and special guests announced
to date include Open Road Girl’s Malinda Johnson and Sturgis Rider Daily and
Iron Trader News Editor and Publisher Marilyn Stemp. Biker Belles was created
in 2009 to raise awareness of the passion, diversity and spirit of women in
motorcycling and to raise funds for local worthy charities.