Moving Violations Motorcycle Club
Take it Slow, Keep it Tight
Boston's leading women's motorcycle club.
If you are looking to find a group of well-established and safe women to ride with, you’ve found us. We were founded as a women’s motorcycle club in Boston in 1985, and are still going strong. We focus on safe riding and ride for charities that are near and dear to our hearts. Feel free to come to a general meeting or contact us with questions.
Next general meeting
Guests welcome to our next General Meeting
March 20th, 2021 from 10am – 12pm
(All meetings will be via Zoom until further notice due to COVID-19 safety practices.)
The Moving Violations Motorcycle Club was founded in June of 1985 by a small group of women who shared the love of motorcycling. The experience of riding together brought strength, friendship, and knowledge.
We are active with group rides, raising money for charity, leading pride parades, and attending motorcycle safety courses.
The women of our club are of all ages, ride all kinds of bikes, and will accept women (and non-binary) riders with open arms.
You have found us. We love us, and think you will to! Itching to get out and ride? So are we! Feel free to reach out, contact or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Current health concerns continue to impact events for the foreseeable future. As a club, we have been laying low, but have been out on a few small, unofficial rides. Our meetings have been conducted via Zoom, as we adhere to social distancing. Motorcycling is a great form of therapy, and we’re still enjoying the ride, just a little differently.