This past Sunday Xtreme Vixens MC took a group of riders out for a lovely ride. Starting in Concord traveling through Martinez, Briones Regional Park to the quaint little @starbucks_orinda_village . 11 amazing, independent and confident women and 1 adorable future biker chic formed a polite line to get something warm to drink after our cold windy ride. An older woman queued up behind us and had the audacity to say out loud to all who could hear her “you are in the wrong town” sneering as she said it. YOU ARE IN THE WRONG TOWN. Shortly after she left, the Orinda Police showed up. Wonder why? Did she really think we were some scary group of criminals...Maybe the Sisters of Anarchy. Was she so scared of our vanilla lattes that she had to call the police?
Anyone who follows us on social media has seen our posts about police profiling of motorcycle clubs and motorcycle riders. Many of you may have thought we were exaggerating. But this is the reality of being on two wheels. Whether you are in a motorcycle club or not you are often judged to be a criminal for the love of those 2 wheels. We were paying customers, respecting those around us, behaving as anyone would out for a cup of coffee with friends. This does not scream criminal. Add the patches to our vests and still this should not scream criminal.
Whether you are in the Motorcycle Community, ride independently, or just hate the idea of anyone being treated like a criminal for no valid reason we ask that you support our fight to end motorcycle profiling. It is real and it is happening. For more information on motorcycle profiling we encourage you to check out this 2 part podcast from Four for the Road - https://youtu.be/bpiErzaohjk
If you have ever been a victim of motorcycle profiling you can help by completing this survey. All the information collected helps bolster the upcoming bills proposed in the CA Senate and on a national level. More information can be found at - https://tinyurl.com/ro76ncb
If you are interested in getting involved reach out to us and we can put you in contact with the right people.
We finished our coffees, smiled at the police officer, some even joking with him that we are really scary bikers. We left #Orinda with no further incident. To that lady who called the police on us...we will likely see you again. @cityoforinda is our new favorite hang out spot.
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Cold weather shouldn't be a deterrent to two-wheel fun. With a little preparation and some planning you can enjoy an amazing ride.
Tip 1: Proper Gear
Tip 3: Hydrate and Eat Well
Tip 4: Be Prepared For The Roads
Let's hit the road, Ladies! We are planning an easy Sunday ride for you! Learn how to ride safely in a pack, hand signals, and bond with likeminded women.
May this year bring you love, laughter, and of course happiness.
Much Love, Xtreme Vixens MC
♠️Let it ride casino night!♦️
Come and join the Xtreme Vixens as we celebrate our XI anniversary, casino style!
♣️Food, raffles, intriguing live entertainment, casino card tables and more!♥️
11/23, 6PM-11PM @ Miscreants Club House, 760 Stone Street, Oakland
We’re proud to celebrate our 11th year anniversary as a non-profit organization dedicated to women empowerment and community outreach. We’re having a casino themed fundraiser on November 23rd in Oakland, CA. with attendees coming from all over the Bay Area. We’re in need of donations, prizes and sponsorship to host such an event.
We have two goals this year. Every year we adopt a family in need during the Christmas holiday with a portion of the funds raised will go towards fulfilling the family’s holiday wishes. Secondly, we aim to raise enough funds to kickstart additional charity events in 2020. For example, this year we supported The Milo Foundation in Richmond, CA., which is a non-profit supporting adoption, rescue, and sanctuary. We were able to donate over $2,000 to this cause! We’re hoping to be just as successful with our next chosen charity.
Your support would mean so much to us!
See you at the tables!♠️♥️♦️♣️
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