Only 20% of all riders on the road are women. We’re on a mission to change that. The Can-Am Women’s Mentorship program is designed to help overcome the barriers that prevent women from experiencing the power of riding through inclusivity and education.
GIVING BACK TO OUR COMMUNITY
Got a dream project that will help women in the riding community?
Our community of women is like no other. That’s why we want to give back to you! Do you have an idea that will help women in our riding community? We’ll help make it reality.
It’s easy to experience the power and confidence of riding. Our Rider Education program will teach you how to ride in no time. Learn more about the Rider Education Program and how simple it is to get licensed.
We’ve brought together a team of inspiring mentors to encourage women everywhere to experience the power of riding. Learn more about them and how they can help get you on the road confidently.
THE ACE // @BRITTANYMORROW
Brittany is a professional rider, journalist and safety expert. Brittany lives and breathes riding - even a devastating injury couldn’t keep her off the road for long. She embodies the spirit of living life with passion, courage and adventure.
As a mentor, she wants to show new riders how fun riding can be and empower all women to feel safe on the road. Reach out to her on Instagram or through the Facebook group with your safety questions.
Julana is a TV host and model. She discovered her love for riding with Can-Am last year with our Ride As You Are ride. That experience gave her a taste of life on the open road and she now considers riding one of her biggest passions.
As a mentor, she wants new riders to see her experience as a boost of motivation and confidence. She wants to help more women see how easy riding is, and help them get started. Reach out to her on Instagram or through the Facebook group with your questions about getting started.
Sophie is a social entrepreneur, TV presenter and award-winning disability advocate from the UK. She’s a passionate Can-Am Ryker rider and an avid-traveller with a love for adventure and stories.
Sophie is ready to plan future road trips and explore the world from the seat of her Can-Am Ryker. As a mentor, she wants to share this spirit of adventure and discovery with all new riders. She wants to motivate all women to discover the freedom and fun of riding. Reach out to her on Instagram or through the Facebook group with your questions.
Mihee is a realtor and a rider. She loves the freedom and the release of riding her Spyder RT with her two dogs in tow. Mihee joined Can-Am on the first 2020 Can-Am Spyder RT road trip.
As a mentor, she wants new riders to know that there’s no ‘one’ kind of rider. She’s the pro on Can-Am Spyder and wants women to see how easy it can be to get on the road. Reach out to her through the Facebook group with your questions about Can-Am Spyder.
Lizzie is a photographer. Along with her partner, Chris, Lizzie has travelled the world through motorsports. She loves her Can-Am Ryker because she can choose when she wants to cruise through the city and when she wants to rip it.
As a mentor, she wants new riders to see her as a friend and confidante. She knows her motorsports thoroughly and wants women to feel confident riding a three-wheeler. Reach out to her on Instagram or through the Facebook group with questions about her experiences and why she enjoys riding three-wheelers.
Andrea or ‘Hood Priss’ is an experienced rider and member of the Caramel Curves, an all-female riding group from New Orleans. She’s ridden her Can-Am Spyder with the Curves at rallies and events across the US.
As a mentor, she wants new riders to see how much fun riding can be. She’s customized her Can-Am Spyder to be as vibrant and dynamic as she is. She wants every kind of woman to feel empowered by riding. Reach out to her through the Facebook group with your questions on making your riding experience feel as fun and personal as possible.
Julie is a rider with a love of adventure from Quebec, Canada. She works as the Global Product Lead in the Apparel group for BRP and knows the world of Can-Am On-Road inside out. A long-time Ski-Doo rider, she began her on-road journey on a Spyder F3 two years ago and has been riding both ever since.
As a mentor, she wants to show women that it is possible to balance work, family and your passion for riding. As a french speaker herself, she wants to be a resource for all french-speaking women to feel comfortable asking crucial questions and pursuing a place within the riding community. Reach out to her through the Facebook group with your questions about getting started.
Join our community on Facebook with the Women of Can-Am On-Road group. It’s a place for our riders to connect over their shared experiences and love of riding, as well as a resource for new riders to seek information and inspiration.