Title Sponsor: MotoLady
Sponsors: Russ Brown Motorcycle AttorneysSena BluetoothTobacco Motorwear, Super73,
 Real Deal, Paughco Parts.

Where: The House of Machines LAX, Los Angeles, CA
When: Saturday, February 22nd 2020 from 3p-12a

Year 5 | 2020

The big fifth anniversary event moved to a new location– House of Machines LA! We had a big art gallery with white walls, a showing of Stories of Bike videos featuring women riders, a full bar and fancy food menu, our friends from the Burnt to a Crisp food truck, welding and pinstriping demos from Real Deal Revolution, a Hot Wheels ID smart track, VIP parking, the list goes on! Each year gets better at the WMS.

We gave away an electric bike from Super 73, gear from Tobacco Motorwear, Craftsman tools, Leatherman multitools, Sena bluetooth communication equipment... the goods were real good. Three bands rocked the house once the sun went down- starting with Tarah Who!, National Anthem the Band, and Kail Baxley. 

Thankfully we came in just under the Covid-quarantine line, sliding in just before the pandemic really hit in America on February 22nd.

Estimated attendance: 2,500

Year 4 | 2019

Hosted by Lucky Wheels Garage in DTLA. We doubled show area by expanding into in industrial space behind LW, providing VIP motorcycle parking and a 60-foot art gallery wall.

We gave away a Coleman minibike to the People's Choice winner Amanda Steele and another in the raffle! The show had three bands– Wargirl, Stephen El Rey, and Low Volts. The ladies of Real Deal did hands-on demos; welding with Jessi Combs, pinstriping with Theresa Contreras, and blacksmithing with Joy Fire.

The raffle included prizes from Craftsman, Bell, Sena, Rizoma, Biltwell, Alpinestars, Dainese, Lowbrow Customs, Real Deal, and more.

Estimated attendance: 3,500

Year 3 | 2018

This show had 27 motorcycles, the furthest traveled from Mexico City. Bands Stephen El Rey and Low Volts rocked the crowd. The ladies of Real Deal did hands-on demos; welding with Jessi Combs, pinstriping with Theresa Contreras, and blacksmithing with Joy Fire.

The raffle included prizes Alpinestars gear sets for men and women, Bell helmets, a custom painted Lowbrow Customs tank by Theresa Contreras, and so much more.

We were shut down 13 minutes before official show end by LAPD! Two helicopters flew overhead scoping out the scene while 10 Police SUV's shut down the freeway on and offramps. When all was said and done they told us there was so much motorcycle traffic they thought we were racing! They actually apologized for having to shut down the show saying, "The Women's Motorcycle Show is pretty cool."

Estimated attendance: 2,000-2,500

Year 2 | 2017

With 17 custom motorcycles including Jessi Combs' Harley named Lilly, Melissa Paris' race bike, a Bosozoku style mini bike, and more... this was the first time the Women's Motorcycle Show name stood by itself. Still celebrating six years of MotoLady, while putting the focus back on the community of lady riders who do all sorts of cool stuff! Racing, building their own bikes from scratch, creating amazing pieces of art that resonate through pop culture and mainstream media.

The Women’s Motorcycle Show isn’t about dividing the motorcycle community, it’s meant to give ladies a place to show off their projects and triumphs. To show the world that there is no limit to what women can do and build, no parameters to which they can be pigeonholed, there is no such thing as a “girl bike”.

Estimated attendance: 500-600

Year 1 | 2016

The MotoLady Five Year Party and Women's Motorcycle Show was the first of it's kind! We had Katee Sackhoff’s Classified Moto bike, Yuri’s “Gloryhole” chopper by Hog Killers, Jessi Combs’ Triumph, the MotoLady built Blondezilla DualSporty, Krystal Hess’ 40 Creek Whiskey XS650, and so many more.

The Lucky Wheels Garage boys fed people with Texan BBQ, the Ramming Speed Racing team manned the bar, and our raffle was stocked with prizes from MotoLady, UglyBros USAAlpinestarsLowbrow CustomsBiltwellSilver PistonInked IronIcon 1000Never Ride BitchHinterland Empire, and more.We drank, we ate, and danced to the rad tunes of my buddy our DJ Shad Whitten.

Estimated attendance: 200-300