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Antique Motorcycle Club of America - Sanctioning Organization

Chix on 66 could never have been more than a cool idea that never happened if it weren’t for support from the Antique Motorcycle Club of America (AMCA). Chix on 66 is an AMCA event hosted by the newly formed Riveter Chapter.

The Antique Motorcycle Club of America was founded in 1954 by a group of antique-bike fans in the New England area. In the decades since, the AMCA has grown to become one of the largest organizations of antique motorcycle enthusiasts in the world, with 12,000 members worldwide.

From the beginning, the purpose of the club has been the “preservation, restoration and operation of old-time motorcycles.” Members of the AMCA own, restore, preserve, study or just admire motorcycles that fall into the antique category, meaning they are at least 35 years old. Although the Club is based in the United States, fans of motorcycles from all countries are welcome, and ownership of an antique motorcycle is not required to become a member.

AMCA Executive Director Keith Kizer says, "Women have always been an intricate part of the AMCA, yet overshadowed by their male counterparts in regards to public exposure. Of the handful of Honorary Members of the club, four are women. It's high time that the women who are active in club activities step into the limelight. The Riveter Chapter is a whole new approach on chapter activities, focusing not on the location of the person, but on the common bond of interest of the individuals."

“As the demographics of motorcyclists have changed, it made sense to create a women-focused chapter of the AMCA, which is where the Riveter Chapter comes into the picture,” says Riveter Chapter President Karan Andrea. “I was looking for advice from Keith Kizer on how to make this Route 66 ride happen, figuring he would give me a few names and ideas, and wish me luck. Instead, he suggested that I create this chapter and host the event through the new chapter.”


The Riveter Chapter of the AMCA (Host Chapter) which has a nationwide membership, is the first woman-focused chapter of the AMCA. The purpose of this chapter is to give women motorcyclists an increased awareness of their own history, and an enhanced vision of their future in motorcycling. By bringing female AMCA members together in a single chapter, we intend to raise the visibility of women in the sport and concentrate their talents under the aegis of a single chapter.

Many women riders are unaware of the rich legacy of female riders and may feel disconnected from their contemporaries. We intend to increase women’s awareness of each other. We also intend to improve access to other women in the sport through visibility and networking. Many women may have never seen a female mechanic, nor have they seen another woman ride or race a vintage bike. For these reasons alone, a chapter containing powerful, talented, dynamic women helps to fill that void, and fills the space with inspiring role models.

The focus of this chapter will be on sharing the history of women in motorcycling, and supporting contemporary women riders. They will see women riding and wrenching just like they have been doing since not long after the first motorcycles were built. We hope this will challenge and inspire our members to reach for goals they may never have considered previously.

As the largest growing market segment in the sport of motorcycling, our past must press forward in order to shape our future.

Dale's Wheels Through Time Museum

Dale's Wheels Through Time Museum is graciously providing the kickoff Site for Chix at the Crossroads. Through their generosity, we have a beautiful location for our riders to gather over the weekend preceding the ride, and our staff can perform registrations and tech checks while the riders wander through the museum's extensive collection of vintage motorcycles.


Women Riders Now - Premier Media Partner

Leading motorcycle publication (WRN) is our Premier Media Partner for Chix at the Crossroads.

Please sign up for WRN’s free monthly newsletter ( to stay informed.

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Kickstart Cycle Supply

Kickstart Cycle Supply in Hackensack, NJ has history with two of our riders and three participating motorcycles. They have also supplied generous support to our event.

lowbrow customs

Lowbrow Customs celebrates 20 years this year (2024) supplying the vintage and custom bike market with high quality parts. Chix at the Crossroads is grateful for their support.

rever navigation

Chix at the Crossroads could not exist as a successful event without the ability to plan and share GPS routes. REVER came on as an event sponsor, providing our riders with their navigation app.

Black Hills Custom Parts

From their location in Rockaway, NJ, Black Hills Custom Parts serves the Evo and Twin Cam Harley community's needs from parts and accessories to power packages and dyno tuning for performance. 

Spacey's Rock-n-Roll Tattoo

Spacey's Rock-n-Roll Tattoo in Meridan, MS places themselves at the crossroads of the arts communities in Meridian - visual arts, skin art, performance art and music - you can find all of these and more at Spacey's. If you are local, don't miss their planned events. 

Hopson Hospitality

Hopson Hospitality, located adjacent to the ShackUp Inn in Clarksdale, MS, is a hospitality gateway to the arts and culture of the Mississippi Delta. Their weekly events draw locals and tourists alike to experience the history and eclectic artistry of the area.

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Iron Trader News

Iron Trader News is backed by over 30 years of riding and writing experience. An outgrowth of the print magazine IronWorks it's populated with original voices bringing the best in biking, providing an inclusive approach to motorcycle info, products, events, features and entertainment where every rider of every brand and experience level is welcome.

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Some of the super-talented women behind our images.

Marjorie Kleiman of Shadow-Light Media works tirelessly (and sometimes even tiredly!) putting our PR and media communications together. She has also secured sponsorship after valuable sponsorship, and without her, CHIX at the Crossroads would not be the amazing event that it has grown into. 

Trish Horstman of Throttle Gals Magazine gave us our 'look.' Trish designed our beautiful CHIX at the Crossroads logo, based on her previous CHIX on 66 logo artwork.

Whitney Schiller - Tattooing by Whitney - designed the beautiful Riveter Chapter logo.


Visit Clarksdale provides valuable up-to-date tourism information. Clarksdale is a blues mecca, producing festivals and events year-round, but most heavily in the summer. Unlike many tourism sites that are rarely updated, Visit Clarksdale is updated frequently, which makes it a valuable resource for locals and tourists alike. Visit Clarksdale has graciously welcomed Chix at the Crossroads riders to their community.


Gun For Hire supports the firearms community, and particularly welcomes women to the sport, providing classes and events specifically for women. They also provide education and training in self-defense, first aid, and firearms history.


Indian Motorcycles has a long history of supporting women motorcyclists, going back to their support and sponsorship of Adeline and Augusta Van Buren on their cross-country journey in 1916 on Indian Power Plus motorcycles. They continue this support through their Empowersports Women’s Riding Council.


My Medic is a company dedicated to providing equipment, supplies and training for emergency response. They have generously donated trauma kits to Chix at the Crossroads.

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