Two Weekends – One Passion
It’s All About the Curves!
The Women’s Sportbike Rally is an annual gathering of riders on both coasts of the USA. We are the only multi-day female-focused sportbike road rally in the world!
The Rally welcomes ALL individuals, groups and clubs with a passion for performance motorcycles. Guests of these women are included in the celebration (yes, that means men are welcomed).
We have always been and will always be a grassroots effort, with events designed for sportbike women and coordinated by sportbike women. We volunteer countless hours each year to create a weekend focused on collaboration, fun, riding, education and camaraderie. The Rally depends on our volunteers and is funded by donations from our amazing sponsors, product sales and event registration fees.
OUR THEME FOR 2019: #RIDEBRAVE
EAST Rally – Celebrating Our 14th Year in 2019!
We started an annual gathering of sportbikegirls in 2006 at a magical place called Deals Gap. World-renowned as “ The Dragon” – this section of US129 is famous for its 318 turns in 11 miles. Located in the Great Smoky Mountains where North Carolina borders Tennessee, it has proven to be the perfect host for the last 13 years. We look forward to hosting our 2019 EAST Rally with a takeover of the same hills and hollars at our 14th annual celebration of women who love sportbikes!
2019: Deal’s Gap, NC | September 6-8 | LEARN MORE
WEST Rally – Sportbikegirl Strong Since 2015!
The West Rally was started in 2015 to coincide with our 10th EAST Rally. For 3 years we gathered in the little village of Big Bear, in the San Bernardino mountains. In 2018, we ventured even further west and made our mark on the coasts and canyons of Malibu in Southern California. In 2019, we will head to Morro Bay and test our machines on California’s Central Coast. The annual WEST event offers up the same winding roads, wide open spaces, and weekend of camaraderie as the EAST Rally.
2019: Morro Bay, CA | June 28-30 | LEARN MORE
In 1997, a young girl named Tiffany Weirbach was one of the very first to use the power of the internet to spread a personal message. She created a popular website – sportbikegirl.com – that highlighted her love of riding. She became known all across the world as “sportbikegirl.”
In 2001, Tiffany succumbed to Melanoma at the unfathomably young age of 24.
At the Women’s Sportbike Rally, our goal is to continue bringing awareness to the message that Tiffany began so long ago. To ensure long-term sustainability for Tiffany’s memory, the Rally donates net proceeds to The Skin Cancer Foundation, in memory of the original “sportbikegirl.”
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