Riveter Chapter of the AMCA Presents Chix on 66

Newest AMCA Chapter Announces First Event

September 30, 2021—Today, the Riveter Chapter became the first woman-focused, nationwide
chapter of the Antique Motorcycle Club of America.
The purpose of this chapter is to bring female AMCA members together in a single chapter to
concentrate their talents, give women motorcyclists an increased awareness of their own history,
and raise visibility of women in the sport. By doing so, we will increase women’s awareness of
each other, and improve connections between women in the sport through visibility and
networking. A chapter containing powerful, talented, dynamic women will give all women riders
inspiring role models.

 

The Riveter Chapter’s first AMCA-sponsored event will be the “Chix on 66” ride scheduled to
take place June 11-June 26, 2022. Up to 40 women motorcyclists will meet in Chicago, Illinois,
to ride Route 66, the "Mother Road," to Santa Monica, California. This is the classic American
journey on classic machines, with some women riding vintage motorcycles, and others making
the trip on modern mounts.
Each day the group will begin and end together, but each woman will make the journey what she
wants it to be. Instead of riding in a single pack, a turn-by-turn app will allow each rider to
follow the route at her own pace. There will be a list of suggested hotel accommodations for each
stop. If some opt for a camping experience, they can arrange that for themselves.
This ride will span the entirety of Route 66, covering anywhere from 100 to 300 miles per

day. Most days will be around 200 miles, allowing for an easy pace, and ample time
to stop for photos and exploration of the iconic points of interest along the Mother Road.
Anyone who is interested in participating in the ride can email chix@chixon66.com. You can
also find information at www.chixon66.com, facebook.com/chixon66 or Instagram @chixon66.
We are also still accepting charter members of the Riveter Chapter through December 31, 2021.
While this chapter is women-focused, meaning our activities, events and newsletters will feature
and promote women riders, both contemporary and historic, we welcome anyone with an AMCA
membership who would like to become a member. If you would like to join, please send your
name, AMCA member number and email address to joann@riveterchapter.com. If you are not an
AMCA member, it’s easy to join online at www.antiquemotorcycle.org. You do not have to own
an antique motorcycle to join the AMCA, or the Riveter Chapter. For more information, go to
www.riveterchapter.com or Instagram @riveterchapteramca.