Five of the women featured in Driven to Ride are from the Front Range area of Colorado. BMW and KTM rider Erin Doherty-Ratay, Harley rider Masyn Moyer, and BMW rider Janice Ferrante live, ride and work in Boulder, Colorado. Vintage Harley rider Julie Graff currently lives in Berthoud, CO and long distance BMW rider Debra Conroy lives in both Denver and Steamboat Springs, CO. Longtime Harley chopper rider Betsy Huelskamp reside in Los Angeles, CA.
The screening, beginning on Friday afternoon, as is the case with all events at Steel Horse Sisterhood, will be FREE to all paid attendees. Throughout the week-end of the Steel Horse Sisterhood, a short panel discussion, spotlighting Michelle Bauer Carpenter and the six women featured in the movie, keeping to the theme of "Story" of the Steel Horse Sisterhood Summit is in the planning.
Opportunity for Summit Attendees
A plan to shoot additional footage during the Steel Horse Sisterhood Summit in May of 2014 is now in the works including a sequence set in the beautiful Rocky Mountains of Colorado. Lady Road Dog will make a grand entrance surrounded by attendees of the Steel Horse Sisterhood. This footage, featuring women who are "Driven to Ride" will be used in future documentaries planned by Michelle Bauer Carpenter as well as Lady Road Dog and the Steel Horse Sisterhood. Actual location of the shoot will be announced at a later date.
FREE Registration Sweepstakes
Save $25.00 and enter to Win a FREE Registration ($125 Value) to the 2014 Steel Horse Sisterhood Summit by Registering Before Dec 31st, 2013. PLUS 1 (One) Free Registration will be given away for every 50 registrants. Go to www.ladyroaddog.com, click on “Register for the Steel Horse Sisterhood Summit”, and complete your registration. Your registration costs include donations to the following charities: Helping with Horsepower, Ride for Kids and Grace After Fire. On behalf of each of them, thank you for your generosity.
An Event of a Lifetime Located near the spectacular scenic surrounds of the Rocky Mountains in Colorado, the Steel Horse Sisterhood Summit is a 3 day event specifically designed to broaden the skills, knowledge and experiences of women motorcycle riders across the globe. It is a chance to forge more than just strong friendships — it is an opportunity to come together as a Sisterhood; to be part of the largest directory of information for women riders AND to raise money for charity groups — Helping with Horsepower, Ride for Kids and Grace After Fire. Bringing industry professionals, manufacturers and designers together, this Summit provides a platform for women riders to have a voice; to dictate what they would like to see in future designs, to describe how they believe a ride should feel and to allow women riders everywhere connect in a way that has never been done before.