July 23rd, 2018.

Adventurer and round-the-world motorcycle rider Steph Jeavons will be joined by fellow adventure travel writer and motorcycle explorer Zoe Cano at a world record attempt on the 29th of July at Lynn’s Raven Café in Shropshire.

The two inspirational riders will be headlining the event, where it’s hoped more than 1200 female motorcyclists will help break the world record for women bikers in one place. An incredible 1132 lady riders descended on the famous bike meeting spot last year, smashing the previous record of 618-woman bikers in one place which was set back in 2015 at The Ace Café in London.

The World’s Largest All Female Biker Meet is the brainchild of Moto Advisor’s Nimi Patel and Sherrie Woolf who were keen to raise awareness of increasing numbers of women riding motorcycles, and to improve bike and product ranges aimed at women. Said Patel; “I started a group for lady bikers to meet in the South East called South East Link Up. That was going well so I was curious to see how many female bikers I could connect on a larger scale. I suggested it to Sherrie and the World Record event idea grew from there.”

Added Woolf; “It will be another great opportunity for women to meet, share information and hopefully encourage more ladies to get involved with bikes. We are thrilled to be back at Lynn’s Raven Café. The team at the café, and the Raven Riders marshalling team were instrumental to the success of 2017’s event. With such positive feedback from previous events, we hope that even more women can attend so we can beat our current record of 1132.”

The two previous events have raised almost £8500 for UK charities and this year’s beneficiary will be split between the British Bikers Relief Foundation (BBRF), and Shropshire, Staffordshire and Cheshire Blood Bikes. BBRF supports motorcyclists and their families across the UK after serious and life changing injuries sustained in motorcycle road traffic accidents. Blood Bikes provides an urgent volunteer service providing transportation of blood products, for free, to NHS hospitals.

This year’s event will be backed by motorbike insurance comparison site, The Bike Insurer. Updates on the event will be posted to Moto Advisor’s Facebook page.