On August 31st, the largest group of women motorcyclists will descend on downtown Durango during the Four Corners Motorcycle Rally! Join us for the Inaugural Dames in Durango: Women’s Motorcycle Ride and Bike Show, presented by Ride to Food and hosted by Staci Wilt.
About the Event:
The idea is simple: let’s celebrate women on wheels! Join us for the Four Corners Motorcycle Rally’s first ever women’s focused event, including a scenic ride through Durango’s mountainous backroads to Vallecito and ending with VIP Women’s only parking in downtown Durango for the bike show. All motorcycles are welcome. This ride is suitable for all experience levels.
Why should YOU attend this ride?
To meet other women riders and expand your network of badass babes
To inspire the next generation! Let’s show Durango how women ride! Families are sure to be in attendance downtown when we roll in, let’s give them a show.
It’s FREE! Yes, this is a completely free event for the inaugural year. All you have to do is show up, and have fun with us.
11AM - 11:45AM: Registration at the Sky Ute Casino Resort
12:00PM: Stunt Show by the Speed Kings Stunt Team
12:30: Kick Stands up! Join us for a scenic ride to Vallecito and into Downtown Durango, where we will have VIP Women’s only Motorcycle Parking right in front of the Stage on 10th Street and Main.
1:45 PM: Ride Arrival
2pm - 3pm: Women’s Bike Show
3pm: Ride to Food Presents Dames in Durango - Bike Show Awards on Stage
Downtown Durango boasts dozens of dining establishments within walking distance of the main stage. Once the ride ends, feel free to visit any of the nearby businesses and support the local community’s service industry while your bike is voted on in the bike show. Awards are at 3PM.
Durango Diner: Southwest-Style Diner far serving Durango since 1965
Carver Brewing Co: Microbrewery with craft beer and food
Cream Bean Berry: Ice Cream Shop
About Ride to Food & Staci Wilt:
Not your average Millennial, Staci has been riding motorcycles for nine years, or 170,000 miles worth of long distance, primarily solo motorcycle trips…which ever way you want to look at it.
After years of sleeping in the dirt next to one of her Harleys, exploring the country’s back roads, testing the latest riding gear, and oﬀering guidance and providing inspiration to her peers for their road trips, Staci launched Ride to Food in 2019. The platform aims to provide advice for traveling via motorcycle, inspiration to push the boundaries, and of course, to help grow the next generation of riders.
Passionate to make a diﬀerence for current and future riders, Staci has worked on a plethora of motorcycle marketing related activities, including event coordination, activation, digital campaigns, and more. She has been a marketing director and consultant for multiple Harley-Davidson® dealers over the last ten years, and has had photo and written work published in some of the industry’s top digital and print publications.
Not only does Staci love to push boundaries in every day life, she loves to do so on her motorcycles as well. Staci rides a 2003 Sportster and 2015 Dyna Low Rider, neither of which are close to stock. She loves the customization process, learning about the latest performance parts, and gaining knowledge and skills in riding ability.
When Staci isn’t on a motorcycle, she’s probably hiking, camping, or swimming in the nearest watering hole possible, soaking up the sun rays and enjoying life.
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