Through the Women of On-Road, the women in our riding community provide advice, support and inspiration for one another every day. Now, it’s our turn to give back and bring even more women on the road.
That’s why, we will be investing in your women-focused riding initiatives, helping them grow and succeed.
Ride pour un nouveau départ is an event for La Passerelle, a charity offering accomodations for women facing conjugal difficulties. Can-Am sponsored and offered dinner to participants. They raised $10,000!
This four-day festival celebrates unity, community and the freedom of the open road with seminars, a Ball and more! Can-Am On-Road was at the event as a sponsor and offered plenty of goodies to women riders.
Valor Ranch is a charity selected by Can-Am for a Cause. In partnership with Women of On-Road & Freedom Powersports, Can-Am loaned them 2 Can-Am Ryker vehicles and sponsored 20 Rider Education Program courses.
Ride de filles is a 225 km ride to help fight breast cancer. This year, the event took place in BRP's hometown of Valcourt and Can-Am On-Road was proud to provide gear for their auction. They raised $233,836!
To make the "boy's club" perception a thing of the past, Can-Am On-Road challenged women to visit dealerships with a friend. If they did, they received one of the hundreds of neck gaiters donated to the cause.
Every June, the Mid-Atlantic Women’s Motorcycle Rally has a 3-day event for women riders and enthusiasts. There are seminars, contests and fundraisers. As a sponsor, Can-Am offered gear at auction and more!
Kare Gray is an experienced rider and mentor in the Women of On-Road Facebook group. Can-Am sent her accessorries and gear so she can take her adventures further and inspire the next generation of riders.
Alysia Perkins is a distributer of Guardian Bells and wanted to use them to create a sense of community with the Women of On-Road group. Can-Am gave her 100 Guardian Bells and gift cards so she can do it!
All are welcome to the Deadwood 3 Wheeler Rally in South Dakota, where riders unite to explore the Black Hills region. Can-Am was a sponsor of the Women's Ride, gave away goodies and donated gear for auction.
Chicks and Machines promotes discussion around women in the world of motorsports. With a growing online presence, a podcast was next on their list and they asked Can-Am to sponsor their exciting new endeavor.
Best-selling author Alisa Clickenger wrote her second book How to Get Started Riding. She asked Can-Am to support the release of it which includes a chapter on the Women of On-Road program. We were all in!
The first Saturday of May is International Female Ride Day—a celebration of women riders without borders. Can-Am was a sponsor of the event, offered gear for auction and challenged the community to take part.
Got a dream project that will help women in the riding community? Do you know any groups that empower women to ride? Share an initiative or idea that serves women in our Can-Am On-Road riding community.
To be eligible for the grant, the initiative must do one of the following:
Riding groups, small businesses, local community initiatives are all invited to apply.
This is not a contest. All nominations will be reviewed by our Can-Am Women of On-Road Committee.
If chosen, Can-Am On-Road team will contact you to discuss an agreement to access the grant. Only chosen nominees will be contacted. If you are not chosen, you will not be contacted. Please do not contact Can-Am On-Road on behalf of your nominated initiative. We do not guarantee that your initiative or any other submitted initiatives will be chosen
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.