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“After getting a gold star for a drawing of the battle 1066 at junior school I realised I must be ok at something. Art and crafts has always been just a hobby until in my mid thirties I took up tattooing, I was hooked on it but there was always a niggle in the back of my head that I wanted to do art full time…slowly getting there I do more painting/drawing & crafts than I do tattooing now.
Using many mediums I favour watercolour, pen, pencil & pastel pencils. As you can see by the photos my main subjects are motorcycles, portraits & animals. I sell motorcycle greeting cards in quite a few motorcycle retail shops around the country and picking up commissions on the way. I work a few crafts stalls selling greeting cards, prints, original art and crochet crafts.
I’m a keen biker and have been riding for around 20 years now. Having various bikes I favour classic and naked bikes. I currently ride a BMW R45, a classic bike show winner too! I also have an RD350 which has been an on going side project for my husband for a few years now.”
The Petite Pub
The Petite Pub returns! Florence is our gorgeous vintage Piaggio Ape which will be providing draught beer, cider and lager along with bottled options and many other pub staples such as wine and spirits. We have several covered indoor seating areas to enjoy your food and drinks in if the weather turns a bit damp again!
Here We Ride
Lianne from Here We Ride creates powerful printed and embroidered pieces with strong messages celebrating women, perfect for our event. These will be available to buy and some of her work will be showcase in our walk through exhibition at the show. Lianne is also heading up our printmaking workshops for you to learn how to make your own prints to take home.
“I am a female creator, motorcycle rider and enthusiast. My work promotes female empowerment and female voice, and this most commonly manifests itself within the world of motorcycling. I love riding and have been doing so since I was 19 years old. Its something that has made me feel strong and brave, which is something I have always found challenging as a female. I have found that within the motorcycle community often women’s voices are not listened to or not heard. We are misrepresented and I aim to address that. I want to engage women to promote strength, courage, to be unconventional and to defy expectations.”
Curvy Riders Motorcycle Club
Curvy Riders Motorcycle Club will be joining us once again so you can sign up to be a member on site!
“Curvy Riders MCC is a ladies only motorcycle club, run for lady bikers, by lady bikers.
With over 1000 members across 28 regions in England, Wales and Scotland, we are the largest, farthest-reaching female-only motorcycle club in the UK.
We welcome all riders from total newbies to true veterans providing advice, support and encouragement within a friendly and inclusive environment.
Our friendly Regional Representatives organise ride-outs, trips away, training events and welcoming social occasions to bring our community together. As a member you can be affiliated with as many regions as you wish providing you with the flexibility needed to fit in with work, family or other personal commitments
Membership is open to all lady riders and would-be riders, and costs just £15 per year. This gives you access to official club events and ride-outs, associate membership of the BMF, club discounts, advice, support and most importantly friendship and lots of Curvy fun and laughs!
As a member you also have to opportunity to join up to 100 other members on our annual 3-day National trip which is simply not to be missed. The 2019 trip in Scotland was an extravaganza of biking, food and frolics.
The Women in Motorcycling Exhibition is the perfect opportunity to meet some of our lovely ladies and see how we can support you on your biking journey.”
- Web: www.curvyriders.co.uk
- Facebook: Curvy Riders Motorcycle Club – facebook.com/CurvyRidersMotorcycleClub/
- Twitter: @curvyridersmcc
- Instagram: curvyriders
BikeTrac – Revolutionising Motorcycle Security
With a relatively limited choice of security products available on the market for many years, BikeTrac took action in 2009 launching a new and innovative tracking system that gave owners a new choice and increased the chances of hanging onto their pride and joy.
Developed by a team of active motorcyclists, BikeTrac was the first full-function tracking system to be designed specifically for motorcycles and not an adapted car-derived system. Small, discreet and lightweight, BikeTrac’s advantages were clear to see, and in its first year on the market successfully recovered over 90% of all equipped machines stolen.
Over a decade later and BikeTrac is the established market leader, impressively recovering over £10 million worth of machines since launch and now boasting Thatcham Category seven rating thanks to its multi-tier technology.
Featuring GPS, GPRS, GSM and RF technology, BikeTrac not only notifies the user should their bike be moved (via text, email and telephone call), but allows precise location data to be given to the authorities – crucial when requesting a Police search warrant. On top of these great functions, BikeTrac also boasts a close working relationship with the Securitas Group, who can attend the location of a stolen bike should police resources be stretched.
But BikeTrac isn’t just about theft, it’s a great all-round tool too. Thanks to its 24/7 web portal an owner can log-in at any time to check battery voltage and even retrace the tracks of their last ride, download and even share. On top of this, BikeTrac also offers ‘owner controlled’ service scheduling and reminders too.
BikeTrac is officially licensed and endorsed by several manufacturers and retails for £299 plus a monthly or yearly subscription fee and fitment and can even be bought on 0% finances, even covering fitment and subscription. For more information on BikeTrac visit www.biketrac.co.uk
DocBike is a charity putting highly trained medics and emergency service personnel, at the forefront of motorcycle injury prevention. By signposting bikers to appropriate upskilling courses such as IAM RoadSmart and ROSPA and the provision of BikeSafe and BikerDown workshops, it is hoped to reduce biker casualties by bringing home the message of investing in yourself and taking ownership of your own safety.
“Luke Van De Sande sadly lost his life in 2019 in a motorcycle accident. Luke was an experienced, enthusiastic motorcyclist, who enjoyed riding his bike whenever and wherever he could, just like you! Maybe if Luke had undertaken advanced rider training, just maybe, he would be here today.”
Ridge Moto will be returning with an even bigger range in 2022! They have also kindly donated a Skull Hoody as a raffle prize- FREE entry for all ticket holders, drawn live on the day!
“RIDGΞ MOTO – Female Motorcycle and Lifestyle Apparel.
Our aim is to create fun, feminine garments to brighten up your riding wardrobe.
Stylish designs for on and off the bike, built with comfort, durability and sustainability in mind.
Created by female bikers – for female bikers!
Based in the UK, most of our products are hand finished and packaged in Worcestershire.
Available online, in stores across the UK and at various events throughout the year.”
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