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Langford ladies lead the way on International Female Ride Day

Ride on Alison Smith gets ready to ride during an International Female Ride Day event that saw about 30 women riders cruise from Langford to Sooke and back and then up the Saanich Peninsula. The idea for the ride originated in Canada in 2007 with a group of women motorcyclists who wanted to encourage other woman to take up riding.  - Kyle Wells/News staff
Ride on Alison Smith gets ready to ride during an International Female Ride Day event that saw about 30 women riders cruise from Langford to Sooke and back and then up the Saanich Peninsula. The idea for the ride originated in Canada in 2007 with a group of women motorcyclists who wanted to encourage other woman to take up riding.
— image credit: Kyle Wells/News staff

An International Female Ride Day event in Greater Victoria saw about 30 women riders cruise from Langford to Sooke and back and then up the Saanich Peninsula. The idea for the ride originated in Canada in 2007 with a group of women motorcyclists who wanted to encourage other woman to take up riding.

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