WIMA GB (Great Britain) is a National Division of WIMA International or WIMA World.

WIMA World links together members and associations from many countries around the world in the common interest of women in motorcycling. 

The aim of WIMA International is to improve and promote activities, advancement, goodwill and friendship amongst women motorcycle enthusiasts from around the world. WIMA aims at using the common interest of motorcycling to promote the well-being of women in general. 

If you want to try riding overseas, or you already enjoy travelling further afield on your bike, then you will want to hook up with our international rallies in Europe or beyond. Look out for details in Events.

Or you might be going on holiday or business to one of the many countries across the world where there are WIMA National Divisions.  If you go somewhere like Malaysia, Korea or Japan for example, set aside some time to meet the WIMA locals: you will be bowled over by their hospitality.  Check them out in advance to see if you should squeeze riding gear into your luggage!

Find friends to travel with, or even take an all-female tour led by experienced WIMA members, look out for details in Events. More fun, less bravado… There’s even more adventure on our Wilder Horizons page.

There are WIMA National Groups all over the world, and by being a member you have friendly faces to connect with on your global adventures.

 

WIMA World page:
https://www.facebook.com/wimainternational/

WIMA World – Discussion group
https://www.facebook.com/groups/186991158046942/

WIMA World on YouTube:
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfnXtSXHLYVAkoIm1U_nMww

International Rally reports

2019 International Rally in Derbyshire, UK

2019 Curaçao Dushi Rally report

2018 Finland Rally report

2016 Hungary Rally report

2015 European Rally was in Sweden, Sundet in Ljungby – July 20 – 24 2015 check out their film … HERE

2015 Australian International’s Rally write-up by Åsa Öhqvist

International Rallies since 1958

YEAR COUNTRY WIMA RALLY PLACE
2020 Germany cancelled due to pandemic
2019 Great Britain Castleton
2019 Curaçao Pietermaai (1st Caribbean Rally)
2018 Finland Parainen
2017 Estland Jäneda
2016 Hungary Esztergom
2015 Australia Phillip Island
2015 Sweden Sundet (European Meeting)
2014 Poland Zakopane/Kościelisko
2013 Switzerland Val de Travers
2012 Austria Reingers
2011 Great Britain Lancaster
2010 Japan Fujinomiya-city, Shizuoka (60th Anniversary Rally)
2010 Netherlands Markelo (European Meeting)
2009 USA Keystone, Colorado (Official Rally)
2009 Italy Lignano (European Meeting) (organised by Monika Greiderer)
2008 Finland Historic Saimaa [ 50th European Rally ] pdf
2007 Germany Thuringen
2006 Switzerland Hoch Ybring
2005 Sweden  Skåne
2005 New Zealand Taupo
2004 Netherlands Borculo
2003 Great Britain Dorset
2002 Czech Republic Rožmitál pod Třemšínem
2001 Spain Castellar de la Frontera
2000 Australia Kiama (50th Anniversary Rally – Southern hemisphere)
2000 Finland Iisalmi (50th Anniversary Rally – Northern hemisphere)
1999 Austria Tyrol (organised by Monika Greiderer from Germany)
1998 Switzerland Les Tuileries-de-Grandson
1997 Netherlands Heythuysen
1996 Japan Tokyo, Izu
1996 Czech Republic Lubenec
1995 Sweden Morokulien
1994 Great Britain Usk, Wales
1993 Austria Obervellach (organised by Margit Blum from Germany)
1992 Germany Berlin
1991 Switzerland Steinen
1990 France Saint Pierre
1990 Great Britain Wiltshire (40th Anniversary rally)
1989 Netherlands Eiland van Maurik
1988 Hungary Dunaharaszti (organised from Germany)
1987 Great Britain Ashbourne
1986 Germany Vogelsberg
1985 Sweden  Gålö (?)
1984 Switzerland Morbio-Superiore
1983 Netherlands Spaarnwoude
1982 Great Britain Fort William, Scotland
1981 Germany Buseck-Oppenrod
1980 Switzerland Bumbach
1979 Czechoslovakia Petrovice
1978 Great Britain Llanfelte Farm, Wales
1977 France Meribel-les-Allues
1976 Switzerland Yverdon
1975 Sweden Omberg
1974 France La Petite Pierre
1973 Finland Pihtipudas
1972 Czechoslovakia Cervena
1971 Germany Kassel
1970 France Col de Croix
1970 USA New York (20th Anniversary celebration)
1969 Austria Ampflwang
1968 Germany Drees   (org by Margit Blum at Nürburgringacc to Verena)
1967 Czechoslovakia Cervena
1966 Netherlands Aalst
1965 Germany Oberreifenberg
1964 Germany An der Wasserkuppe
1963 Netherlands Scheveningen
1962 NONE HELD (Pregnancy/births prevented its organisation!)
1961 Germany Nürburgring
1960 Netherlands Scheveningen
1959 Germany Nürburgring
1958 Netherlands Scheveningen