Women In The Wind International, Inc.

Founded in 1979 by Becky Brown.

We value and constitute a diverse group of women, brought together by a passion for motorcycling, regardless of race, age, sexual orientation, ethnicity or perception. We celebrate our diversity, honoring our differences and supporting our sisters. We have no room for racism. We have no room for counterproductive behavior that promotes hate or intolerance.

As one of our foundational pillars notes, WITW is united in promoting a positive image of women and motorcycling and we support a positive culture as an example to all.

Our Mission...
Unite women motorcyclists with friends of common interest

Promote a positive image to the public of women on motorcycles

Educate members on motorcycle safety and maintenance

There are 134 Women In The Wind chapters (as of March 2023) located in Australia, Canada, Cyprus, United Kingdom, Nepal, New Zealand, Nicaragua, and the United States.
Chapter membership is open to women that own and/or operate a motorcycle of any make.  Members are required to hold a valid drivers license with a motorcycle endorsement or permit.

WITW hosts a Winter and a Summer International Conference each year, as well as many regional events including the annual WITW Canadian Rally.

WITW members receive the Shootin' the Breeze newsletter six times a year. We are also active on Facebook.

No WITW chapter near you? Become an Associate Member (application form) or start a new chapter.

Please contact us if you have any questions or are interested in starting a new chapter.

For more Women In The Wind history, please visit our Virtual WITW Museum.