The 2015 WIMA International Rally was just across the ditch
In 2015 WIMA Australia hosted the International Rally, and planned it to coincide with Phillip Island Moto GP.
Our last Pink Ribbon Motorcycle Charity Ride was fantastic!
Thanks to all of the wonderful motorcycling community and others who support this great charity ride.
Our Pink Ribbon Motorcycle Charity Ride is held annually in Auckland and Wellington!
Over the years we have been supporting this charity - with the help of so many great motorcycle riders, sponsors and some other supporters - we have raised nearly $100,000 for the cause!
Funds raised support the NZ Breast Cancer Foundation. Support a good cause, dress you/your bike with some pink and show your support - and be in on the 2016 ride that takes us over that magic number.
We are keen to grow our membership and would like your help - If you are interested in becoming a WIMA Rep or know of anyone interested please
contact Janice - our President for more details.
Who is WIMA?
WIMA is a club for women motorcyclists run by women motorcyclists, with all our Events open to any rider. We don't require you to attend a set number of events before you join, nor participate in a set number of events each year, simply come and join us and meet the girls.
WIMA offers something to all women: learners, pillions, commuters, easy-riders, off-roaders, tourers, racers, fair-weather riders, year-round riders and even armchair enthusiasts. Whatever category you belong to, you'll be welcome in WIMA.
Our members ride a range of bikes varying from Honda cruisers, Suzuki sports, BMW tourers, Kawazaki dual purpose bikes, Yamaha dirt bikes plus trikes and scooters, you name it, someone is riding it.
We are a non-profit organisation and try to keep our Membership Fees as low as possible. We also support family orientated charities such as Lifeline and local Fire Brigade Services with our main charity ride being the Pink Ribbon Motorcycle Ride.
Come ride with us - it's all about the curves!
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