Torch Motorcycles is a community of female moto-enthusiasts and their pals. We are riders, builders, designers, community leaders, artists, entrepreneurs, inventors, makers and collaborators. Our mission is to collect real data to design and build new cafe racer bikes, components, and apparel for women, while promoting safety and building community.  

Safe, comfy, and drop dead gorgeous.

to Oct 23

Babes Ride Out

Babes Ride Out is an annual all female overnight motorcycle adventure and campout to one of California’s most beautiful destinations that takes place October. We welcome all ladies who ride or want to know more about riding motos to come out and join us. This event is about making friends and having a good time with those who share the same interests without any distractions.  For those who just can't say goodbye to riding, join the Torch Crew on this final ride in 2016!          



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to Jul 24

The Sisters' Centennial Motorcycle Ride


The ride celebrates and loosely follows the Van Buren sisters’ 1916 route, primarily following the Lincoln Highway across the United States from New York to San Francisco. Combining scenic routes and major metropolitan areas, the route will allow for great riding as well as promotion and visibility of female motorcycling role models. Join for the whole ride or the NW leg only. 


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to May 29

Torch Drop Frame Bridge Rally & BBQ

May 27th/28th: Safety Training with Candace Bangert. 

May 29th: Bridge Rally & BBQ. 

Named for the 1909 Wagner Motorcycle Company's ladies drop frame motorcycle, Torch's 1st Annual Bridge Rally requires the skill and cunning (--although slightly less endurance) than Clara Wagner. In 1910, Clara entered the American Federation of Motorcyclists Western Endurance Run. Completing 365 miles/580kms with a perfect score of 1000 points, race organizers refused to award her first place because she was a woman. Lore tells us that fellow racers chipped in and bought her a gold medal. Solo riders or pairs of riders are welcome to enter. You will cross at least five bridges in and around Calgary during the afternoon rally, amassing up to 1000 points. The race culminates at Torch HQ where the winner(s) will share $210 (--the cost of a Wagner Motorcycle in 1909) and other prizing! A bbq picnic is included in entrance fee.

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