2020-08 Cream Tea Tour

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[aka Length of Cornwall Ride] – 12th August 2020 –  Starting from Launceston and finishing at Lands End, all WIMA members are welcome and as always every type and size of bike. Come and join us for a relaxed ride … Continued

2020-07 Summer Pub Lunch

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Cancelled due to pandemic 19th July 2020 – Summer Pub Lunch @ The Wishing Well at Codrington, Bristol. Contact Caroline Powell for details and updates

2020-10 Autumn Pub Lunch

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Sunday 18th October @ The Wishing Well at Codrington, Bristol. For details see event in WIMA GB Facebook group   … here

New WIMA GB Committee

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May 2020 –  The new committee is up and running. Watch the Leaders page for introductions from the new team being added soon. Many thanks to the outgoing Committee for all their hard work, and to all of those before … Continued

International Rally 2020

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UPDATE: WIMA GERMANY 2020 RALLY Cancelled due to pandemic   Dear Members, due to the worldwide corona pandemic we cannot guarantee at the moment that WIMA can take place as planned. Nobody knows how the situation will develop in the … Continued

Volunteers Wanted

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Please can we have volunteers for our vacant committee posts?  We are looking for the following: Northern & Southern Liaison Officers East Midlands Representative North East Rep Kent Rep Please contact the President – Val Newman if you are interested … Continued

Mobile Loophole

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The government has confirmed that it plans to take action over a legal loophole that still technically allows the use of mobile phones while driving.  Current legislation on using mobile phones while driving, which came into force in 2003, has … Continued

WIMA India National Rally

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Our one-of-its-kind, all-woman annual meetup is planned to be held in beautiful Goa in the month of February, 2020, lasting for three days. This the first national rally for WIMA-India and therefore a super-special one! There is going to be … Continued

Fastest Electric Motorcycle

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The world record for the fastest electric motorcycle has been broken in Yorkshire.  Riding Nottingham University’s Isle of Man TT zero bike in windy conditions at the Straightliners ACU/FIM World Speed Rec-ords event at Elvington, Zef Eisenberg reached a spectacular … Continued

Funding for Leadership

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Funding of up to £2,500 for motorcycle sector women available Women & Leadership International is administering a national initiative to support the development of female leaders across the UK’s motorcyle sector. The campaign is providing women with grants of up … Continued

Fit 2 Go discount for WIMA

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‘Plug and play’ TPMS technology to give riders precise pressure readings and absolute confidence in their tyres Guards against the second most common mechanical defect contributing to motorcycle accidents British technology firm Fit2Go TPMS, a global licensee for Michelin, has … Continued

International Rally UK, 2019

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The Rally was a huge success – click here to see some photographs from the event. Full Report on the business and general shenanigans coming soon.   When WIMA, Women’s International Motor-cycle Association held their week long Inter-national Rally in … Continued

MAG Meets Grayling

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Chris Grayling, Secretary of State for Transport, met the Motorcycle Action Group to discuss transport policy, the environment and the role of motorcycles in reducing emissions. Mr Grayling and MAG met to discuss his position on transport and the environ-ment; … Continued

Dushi Rally Report

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Dushi is the Papiamentu word for ‘sweet’ and this event certainly was! Curacao is in the Caribbean, a small island north of Venezuela, in the Dutch Antilles. Though independent it is still under Dutch sovereignty and Rita Koopmanschap, who is the … Continued

Olga Kevelos

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A few months ago, I had an email from Colin Turbett, asking if I’d like to review his biography of Olga Kevelos for the WIMA news. Now I’ll admit that prior to Colin’s email, I hadn’t heard of Olga, probably … Continued