Women’s Motorcycle Show Returns to LA

Women’s Motorcycle Show Returns to LA

The time has come. The eighth annual Women’s Motorcycle Show (WMC) is at hand and this year, the event is returning to Los Angeles, CA.

Held at AutoConduct in the LA Arts District on June 17, the WMC is set to be a fun-filled day. Visitors get to see gorgeous bikes at the indoor curated custom motorcycle show and the ride-in bike show in the parking lot.

The Real Deal Revolution workshops feature welding, pinstriping, and leathercraft—everything you need to make your bike truly your own. Multiple awards will be handed out at the end of the day, in categories such as Iron Butt (in the curated show), Judge’s Pick, and People’s Choice.

In addition, there will be live music from Plastic Culture and Tarah Who?, a raffle sponsored by leading moto gear companies, a piñata whack, a Hot Wheels track, digital drag racing, presentations, merchandise…

Look, I could keep going. Let’s just say the WMC is packed with activities for everyone, even non-riders.

Tickets sell for $25 if purchased beforehand and $35 at the door (kids under 10 can enter for free). The WMC takes place at 1219 S Santa Fe Ave, Los Angeles, CA, starting at 10 a.m.

The Women’s Motorcycle Show has celebrated women riders and their contributions to the sport since 2015. Visitor numbers have grown year on year, and in 2021 the show went on the road for the first time, hitting Texas before moving on to Oregon in the following year.