FIM marks International Women’s Day with women in motorcycling film| World Staff | World News
To mark International Women’s Day on Wednesday 8 March, the FIM has released a documentary entitled ‘Women in Motorcycling’.
Produced in conjunction with online broadcasting specialists WebsEdge, the FIM Women in Motorcycling Commission (CFM) has partnered with Can-Am, BMW Motorrad and MUNER University for this very special project with the aim of raising the profile of female motorcycle sport and inspiring the next generation of riders.
Sharing the inspirational stories of FIM World Champions Laia Sanz, Iris Kramer and Kiara Fontanesi along with trail-blazing road racer Andrea Coleman and up-and-coming prospect Ran Yochay, the film celebrates female motorcycle sport from road, engineering and racing.
“As soon as you put on the helmet it doesn’t matter what your gender is,” explains nineteen-year-old racer Yochay. “What matters is our love for the sport and what matters is how we ride.
If you’re good, you’re good - it doesn’t matter if you’re a man or a woman.”
Watch the full documentary below…