The Belgian Amazon Motorcycle Club (shortly said: BAM!) is a non-profit, women only organisation. At the moment BAM has about 60 members ( and counting…) and is the Belgian department of the Women’s International Motorcycle Association.
On top of that, it is the one and only official ladies’ motorcycle club in Belgium.
Our goal is to promote riding amongst women. Every lady with a motorcycle license can become a member of BAM, regardless what type of bike she rides, her age, her origin, religion or sexual orientation…
Enjoy our activities of last year in the following resumé…
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Last Sunday, some members of WIMA the Netherlands made a walk together. This time, the traditional WIMA-fallwalk took place in Lemele. The ladies had to ‘climb’ one of the Dutch mountains, the Lemelerberg, with a height of 77 meters.
Our Eastern European Romania has many attractions. Most of the people riding motorcycle come here to ride awesome offroad tracks or the famous Transfagarasan and Transalpina passes.
We though have other hidden gems and one of them is a South East area called “Dobrogea”. Despite a large view over the Black Sea and unique Danube Delta, Dobrogea is a county of a rare beauty, with curvy roads between midget ancient mountains, lakes, sunflower and wheat fields.
Raise your horns girls, because this year of 2019 we, the girls of WIMA Romania chose Dobrogea for the second annual gathering.
Chantal Ernandez-Hertrich was nominated by WIMA France for her long service to WIMA France and her recent efforts in reviving the organisation. Her division had managed to keep the nomination a secret and it was a great surprise for her to be called up on stage and receive the award at the International WIMA Rally in Castleton.
Verena Reindl has served as national president of WIMA Germany for 18 years, which is no small feat – Germany being one of our largest divisions. During the international rally in Castleton we had the pleasure to thank her for her service and welcome her successor to the post, Susi Metzner.
Again I was very happy to have Jane Spiegel (to the left) on stage for the German translation. Verena did her welcome speech bilingually of course.
On a personal note, Verena is the person who I have known the longest in WIMA World. We met way back at the European rally in Sweden 2005, which was my first. There we and a couple of other members spent a day riding, exploring the area and eating our fill of cake from a cake buffet for lunch. Verena, I wish you the very best and hope that you will continue to enjoy WIMAs rallies near and far!
Welcome Susi, I look forward to working with you! We will meet again soon, when you host the international WIMA rally in Germany next summer.
Nicole Peters, member of WIMA Germany, was elected WIMA’s new and first ever Social Media Manager at the international rally in Castleton, England.
She has been working with the social media accounts for her home division for some time and you might remember that she was the very talented creator of WIMA Germany’s winning contribution to the 3rd international WIMA Day video competition. We are very pleased to welcome her to our group of WIMA international officers!
This is Nicole, to the left, receiving the exclusive 3rd WIMA Day T-shirt. Jane Spiegel, president of WIMA Austria, in the middle, kindly provided German translations to my double announcement.
You can see the video here:
Rally T-shirts from left to right: Finland 2018, Sweden 2005, Hungary 2016, Great Britain 2011
The GB WIMA 2019 in Castleton ended after a week of mixed weather but full of fun and nice rides. The gallery will be updated in the next few weeks with photos from our ride to Chatswoth House and our social events.