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Spring 2022 Update

Mar 21 2022

Spring 2022 Update

MotoChic® Diaries 

Dear Friend,

I don’t know about you, but we’re so in need of some warm sunshine, flowers in bloom, peace in the world and new adventures! 

Just in time for Spring flings, we’ve created a curated collection of items for stylish women on the move. Pamper yourself and the women in your life with our MotoChic Spring Selects.

As we celebrate Women’s History Month, we continue to be inspired by the fearlessness, strength, and courage of the women who have shaped history and modern society through their amazing achievements. 

Speaking of amazing women, I had the pleasure of joining a gathering of the best women’s gear makers at the California Moto Market. We can’t wait until the next opportunity to connect with old and new friends!

Finally, we want to announce the launch of MotoChic Book PIcks! There’s nothing better than getting energized by reading real stories of women we admire and decided it was time to share these great books and special offers created just for our community!


Just in time for Spring flings, we are offering a curated collection of items for stylish women on the move. The MotoChic Spring Selects bundled offer include:

  • The Valerie Essentials Bag
  • All Natural SPF 30 Sunscreen Lotion
  • MotoChic Mobile Phone Lanyard

Early bird bonus: Surprise gift included (value up to $35) for orders placed by April 1.


Sally Robinson
Until 1937, no woman had ever been granted a motorcycle license. That’s when a courageous and high-spirited Sally Robinson stood up to Washington, D.C. authorities and became the first woman  licensed to ride a motorcycle, paving the way for all women riders. Although only 88 lbs and 4 feet 11 inches tall, she had an impact that was much, much larger. Proving the old adage “Well behaved women rarely make history”, Sally said “I called him such names – well, I was ashamed of myself. But it worked, and I have the permit.”

Lauren Tratham
We are truly inspired by Ride My Road founder Lauren Tratham and her pioneering fundraising efforts to support women affected by sex trafficking.  In 2016, Lauren set out on a 10,000-mile solo motorcycle journey across the United States to photograph American survivors of human trafficking. Five years later, Ride My Road has raised over $100,000 for survivor-led organizations, hosted dozens of events across the country, and educated thousands of motorcyclists on the realities of human trafficking in America. 

On April 9th, she joins MotoDoffo to host the Anti-Human Trafficking Ride in Temecula, California. Register for the event here

Lauren Hutton
Last but not least, I can’t forget to honor the woman that ignited my passion to start MotoChic Gear and served as the muse for the patented Lauren bag. Fashion icon and  adventure lover Lauren Hutton honed her riding skills while filming a movie with Robert Redford. She survived a devastating motorcycle crash going over 100 mph on her BMW F650 at Hoover Dam in 2000, but has continued to ride, model, and act well into her 70’s. Yes, she’s a badass and so is our bag!


As we gear up for spring adventures, there’s nothing better than getting energized by reading real stories of women we admire.

You’re invited to join us for a special online book signing on April 9 where Alisa Clickenger, author of the recently published book Get Started Riding Motorcycles will share resources for women riders and finding your community.

Recommended Read
Get Started Riding Motorcycles is a follow on to Alisa’s first book Boost Your Confidence through Motorcycling.

MotoChic Exclusive Offer
Save 15% off the purchase of Alisa’s autographed books with code motochic22 here or during the live event.


Date: April 9, 2022    Time: 2pm – 3pm PT/5pm – 6pm ET

Access Meeting:

Join Zoom Meeting

ID: 87536926471 Passcode: 087202

Note: For books ordered in advance, include in the notes that you would like Alisa to autograph your copy during the broadcast.

About the Author
Alisa Clickenger resigned from her job in 2006 as Director of Operations for an IT company and decided to reinvent herself as a moto-traveler and journalist. Founder of  Motorcycle Tours and Women’s Motorcycle ConferenceAlisa now works with adventurous women who want to break the mold of what’s expected of them and live the “confident, kickass lives they love”.

Stay safe and enjoy your Spring adventures!

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