Improve the Sustainability of Motorcycling & Support Female Veterans through Charitable Dual-Sport Motorcycle Training Programs for Women & their Families
DIRTY for GOOD!!!!
We started in 1983 with a $10,000 goal and ended up raising close to 2.5 million dollars towards the eradication of breast cancer! Now the Women’s Motorcyclist Foundation is ready to go back to its roots… sort of! Get ready forDIRTY for GOOD!
WMF’s early projects involved creating fun, dynamic rider educational events through its series of Women’s Motorcycle Festivals. Now, WMF will use its event management skills and the knowledge gained from recently hosting five dual sport/adventure riding events towards creating dirt/dual sport and adventure riding opportunities which will focus on rider training with a charitable element targeting two new fundraising goals.
DIRTY for GOODinvites riders to develop and hone their adventure riding skills while making worthy charitable contributions.ROCKY GAP STATE PARK, FLINTSTONE, MD, will serve as the base for WMF’s 2019 first dual sport training camp. Our previous events were all West of the Mississippi in Colorado, California, Alaska plus the Yukon and Northwest Territories. With this training camp, we bring our program of multi-day, off-pavement riding camps to the Eastern portion of the country. And we believe it has been a long time coming!
The dates for WMF’s first camp will be August 7-12, 2019. Working in conjunction withXplor-International Off-Road Training CentersandSheADV, Dirty for Good will provide four days of professional dual sport training starting with closed range exercises and then moving out to situational training on the trails.
All of the details about the firstDIRTY for GOODtraining camp can be foundhere.