The sixth annual Women's Motorcycle Show took place at the Texas Motor Speedway in Fort Worth, Texas inside the Get On! Moto Fest. The show featured all the best parts of WMS classic: Real Deal workshops (pinstriping, leathercraft, silversmithing, and upholstery), photo booth, raffle, art gallery, and of course custom motorcycles! So without further ado... here's the gallery featuring photography by Brandon LaJoie.
Royal Enfield unveiled eight new custom INT650 Twin model motorcycles customized for their Build Train Race program! These bikes were customized by ladies (and their teams) to then race in an American Flat Track racing series.
Theresa Conteras of Real Deal Revolution brought her custom Harley and the BMW r9t she and Jessi Combs built together.
Lily Karapetyan with her custom 2019 Harley Davidson Softail Slim named "Dragonator". She took home People's Choice and Iron Butt trophies.
Lily is an artist and started customizing her Softail right after bringing it home from the dealership. Using plastilina clay and fiberglass, she married her artistic vision with new bodywork skills to create this one-of-a-kind silhouette.
Rae Ripple, metal artist, brought her custom stunt Harley and one of her signature flower-lace vintage trucks. She also made the beautiful trophies for People's Choice, Iron Butt, and Judge's Choice.
Brittany Morrow with 'Breezy Bee', a 2006 Yamaha YZF R6S that's been fully converted to a race bike from nose to tail. No lights/turn signals, 525 sprocket and chain conversion, Akropovic exhaust, and more.
Ellena E Rodriguez's frame chopped 2000 Harley Davidson XLH 1200 named Ol'Blu'.
Adrienne Driggs and her sleeper custom. A 2012 Triumph 675 with a swapped Daytona 675 engine, tuned ECU, and a long list of tidy work that includes mechanical performance and cosmetics.
Myste Snow's 1979 Puch Magnum e50 single-speed moped named Ruth. (Built with Shane Youngblood.)
Stephanie Sunker with her 2000 Harley Davidson Sportster 883 'Wolf Pack' built for flat track racing at Flat Out Friday.
Emily McBride and 'The Trambler', her 2003 Harley-Davidson Sportster 883 turned wide-glide.
Our youngest builder (14) Lucinda Hoey and her custom Jincheng 50cc Monkey and matching helmet.
Amy Mulligan (winner of multiple WMS People's Choice trophies from past shows) and her customs Frankie & Fester.
Elyse McKinnon (DragBikeGirl) and two of her NHRA race machines– both of which happen to be S1000RR BMWs. Her main ride is named Blackbriar, a 2016 S1000RR with carbon fiber bodywork, extended swingarm, sidewinder exhaust, custom suspension, and more.
Alicia Elfving, founder of Women's Moto Show and MotoLady, with her 1998 Ducati Monster named Pandora. Almost every part of this bike has been replaced or refinished with the most notable change being the retrofitted 748/916 front end and chopped frame.
Krystal Hess, founder of Motorcycle Missions, a non-profit organization that works with veterans and first responders to work through PTSD using moto therapy. The 1974 Honda CL350 was built by six women, all veterans of the US military. "Build 9" won People's Choice at the 2020 Women's Motorcycle Show, and People's Choice at the International Motorcycle Show in Long Beach, California.
Amanda Steele with her 1969 Triumph Tiger T100c build named "Schitt Show". Amanda built this bike in less than a month before the show and took home the Judge's Choice trophy.
Alicia (WMS founder) with the two ladies who won all three trophies! Lily (left) with the People's Choice and Iron Butt, and Amanda with the Judge's Choice trophy. These beautiful awards were created by Rae Ripple.