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All-Women's group ride at Sonomafest

Women Have a Group Ride All Their Own During Sonomafest 2001 SONOMA, Calif. (April 11, 2001) - Riding motorcycles isn't strictly for men anymore. Female riders will be out in full force during Sonomafest 2001, a 10-day celebration for ...

Women Have a Group Ride All Their Own During Sonomafest 2001

SONOMA, Calif. (April 11, 2001) - Riding motorcycles isn't strictly for men anymore.

Female riders will be out in full force during Sonomafest 2001, a 10-day celebration for motorcycle enthusiasts at Sears Point Raceway, April 27-May 6. MOTA, in conjunction with Sears Point Raceway, will host ant All-Women's Ride on Wednesday, May 2. MOTA is a motorcycle clothing and gear store in the East Bay designed for women (510-981-8400).

All riders will meet at the main gate to Sears Point Raceway on Wednesday, May 2, at 9:45 a.m., with the ride departing at 10 a.m. Riders will be guided through some of the most scenic back roads in the Sonoma Valley and also stop for a leisurely lunch.

Then it's back on your bike for the return trip. All bikes and levels of riders are welcome, from beginner to advance. For more information, please call MOTA (number above) or Sears Point at 800-870-RACE, ext. 131. You can also e-mail Michelle Norman at mnorman@searspoint.com

The highlight of Sonomafest 2000 will be the AMA Superbike Challenge (May 4-6), featuring the top motorcycle road-racers in the country on Sears Point's demanding 12-turn, 2.32-mile course. The week prior will be AMA Vintage Motorcycle Days West (April 27-29), which will feature everything from swap meets to seminars to vintage racing on the road course. Sonomafest was co-founded six years ago by Cycle World magazine and Sears Point Raceway.

-SPR-

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