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If you’re a woman who rides motorcycles and who’s ready for an adventure while powering up your motorcycle … AND life skills; then join Joan Krenning, June Cline, Joy Medved, Laura Smith, Leah Misch, Sandy Weaver and Shannon Boesch, for a heart-centered Women’s Motorcycle Summit located in the Smoky Mountains of Tennessee & North Carolina October 8 – 14, 2018.
Your men are welcome, too!

The Premier Event of 2018
2018 Smoky Mountain Women's Motorcycle Summit
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“Slumber Party in the Smoky Mountains” Women’s Motorcycle Summit ~ Sponsored by

TICKETS ON SALE SOON
SCHEDULE SOON

October 8 – 14, 2018

WHAT IS THE “SLUMBER PARTY IN THE SMOKIES”?
IS IT A WOMEN’S MOTORCYCLE SUMMIT™?

Centered in the San Juan Mountains of the Western Colorado Rockies
7 DAYS  – Basecamped in The Large Hearthside Cabins in
Pigeon Forge, Tennessee

It’s a Women’s Empowerment Event on Motorcycles.

THE SUMMIT’S 7 DAYS + 7 NIGHTS INCLUDES:
  • Daily riding in the Great Smoky Mountains
  • 5 Days of exclusive workshops each morning
  • Featuring the Smokies version of the S.T.R.O.N.G. Scavenger Hunt
  • All action packed with inspiring events!
THE SMOKIES SUMMIT IS DESIGNED FOR:
  • All riders, (yes, your men are welcome)
  • All ages
  • All skill levels, riding
  • All brands of bikes
THE SMOKIES SUMMIT IS A FUN, EDUCATIONAL AND TRNASFORMATIONAL EXPERIENCE AIMED TO:
  • Provide individuals and/or teams a platform to power up motorcycle and life skills.
  • For people who want to have world-class riding experiences…in an epic setting…with great people…for a great cause!

OUR COMMITMENT

An UNFORGETTABLE, TRANSFORMATIONAL Women’s Motorcycle Summit.

Whether booking lodging, reserving your Women’s Motorcycle Summit ticket, or wanting to join a Fundraising Team, the SHSC TEAM has you covered. After browsing our FAQs, text your name + your question to (608) 335-0852. You will receive an answer or(and) a call.

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