Suffragettes Coast To Coast Centennial Motorcycle Ride Announces Ten Starting Locations for 2020 Ride

The Suffragettes Centennial Motorcycle Ride (SCMR2020) is announcing the ten cities that will be the starting points for the ride into Washington, D.C. honoring the 100-year anniversary of the 19th Constitutional Amendment. The female and couple-centric ride will start open registrations in 2018 for ten different routes that will all converge into Washington, D.C. in August of 2020 to celebrate American women’s right to vote in elections and honor the Suffragette movement that led the charge.

Three West Coast cities and seven other starting locations highlight the ride into Washington D.C. The primary route will start in San Francisco CA, with Los Angeles CA and Portland OR being the other full cross-country routes that will each take approximately three weeks. Other cities that will be starting points for shorter routes include Denver CO, Milwaukee WI, Dallas TX, Atlanta GA, New York NY, and Orlando FL. The New York and Orlando routes will curve west before merging into the primary east-bound trunk into D.C.

Several of the self-guided tours will incorporate adventure bike appropriate sections as well. “My passion for the past decade has been adventure riding,” says Alisa Clickenger, SCMR2020 co-producer. “Given the stunning beauty and remote areas of the country, and the many new full-size and exciting ‘light ADV’ models being introduced to the market, we know that there will be an interest in these beautiful touring opportunities with newfound sisters.”

Each route will all have unique stops and historical features relating to the Suffrage Movement, historical women in motorcycling, and of course the 19th US Constitutional Amendment. The epic beauty of the country will reveal itself as each individual tour group merges with others as they head East, with entertaining secondary meet-ups in cities such as Sturgis SD, St. Louis MO, Raleigh SC and Columbus OH. Final routes and timings will be confirmed in 2018 following extensive scouting by the SCMR2020 team.

SCMR2020 was envisioned to inspire women to choose to ride in an epic journey alongside other women and couples who aspire to challenge themselves as well as to respect and honor history. Riders and future riders can sign up for an email list at www.centennialride.com (please enable pop-up windows). Interested organizations, potential sponsors and media can connect via info@centennialride.com.

Ongoing news, rider training links, route maps, stories and features about inspiring female riders will be added to the website in the coming months.

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5 Responses to “Suffragettes Coast To Coast Centennial Motorcycle Ride Announces Ten Starting Locations for 2020 Ride”


  1. 1 James just another crazy kiwi Dec 5th, 2017 at 12:21 pm

    Absolutely brilliant we need more Women riding, everywhere.

    It makes for a much better experiance when Women go along for a ride..

    As a side note New Zealand was the first country to give women the vote

  2. 2 Guzzigreg Dec 6th, 2017 at 8:38 am

    I agree with the Crazy Kiwi.

  3. 3 Highrider Dec 11th, 2017 at 2:30 am

    To bad there won’t be anybody to greet them, They will all have resigned due to harassment issues.

  4. 4 bean're Dec 11th, 2017 at 4:29 pm

    3 weeks to go coast to coast? That is exactly how long it took me to ride a 50 cc mini bike coast to coast but then, I was taking my time.

  5. 5 Pat h Dec 11th, 2017 at 4:37 pm

    But did you stop at every garage sale and shoe store and take a selfie every 20 miles, the sandwich makers mc can’t be rushed

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