BIO

Alisa is a professional experience maker, world traveler, and moto-journalist. Having fallen in love with the roads less traveled, the last ten years Alisa has been riding all over the globe, accumulating more than 150,000 ADV miles in the last decade.

Alisa has been featured in various mainstream and women’s magazines as a woman pursuing a life of adventure and living outside the box. In 2016 Alisa organized the highly successful Sisters’ Centennial Ride, leading more than two hundred women across the Golden Gate Bridge and into San Francisco for the grand finale. Always an advocate for women and motorcycling, Alisa shares her passion for motorcycling through her writing, public speaking, and two-wheeled events.

RECENT BLOG POSTS

Powersports Business Features Women’s Motorcycle Tours in August 14 issue

Great Article about my Women’s Motorcycle Tours by Kate Swanson. Thanks Kate! Here’s a link to the online article: http://powersportsbusiness.com/top-stories/2017/08/14/women-only-dual-sport-tours-are-a-hit/  

Just landed in Italy

It’s been nearly a decade since I visited Italy, and I have to say I am so happy to be here! Yesterday I flew from Los Angeles to Switzerland, changed planes and then landed in Pisa. We were supposed to land in Florence  (I could not find my flight on the flight board at the airport, then realized that I needed to use the local vernacular, Firenze), but due to bad weather we got redirected tof Pisa–unfortunately, I did not get to see the leaning tower because they quickly  shuttled us onto a bus and drove us to the Florence Airport… I was pretty worn out upon arrival, by the time I got to the hotel here in Fiesole it

Alisa in “Fabulous at 50” magazine

I’m honored (and in good company!) in Dianna Bowes’ magazine “Fabulous at 50”. In the coming months I’ll be focusing on inspiring more women to ride, so for now it’s a prelude of things to come! www.fabulousat50.com #RideYourDream

Sisters’ Ride is over – what a ride!

The Sisters’ Centennial Motorcycle Ride is now over, and it was a huge success! My main goal was achieved: Create community among female motorcycle riders and promote the heck out of our sport. Published in today’s LA Times: We even got a teaser on the front of the business section: I could not have done it without my amazing (all volunteer!) staff and the phenomenal women who signed up to take part in our history-making ride. I have learned SO MUCH about myself and my capabilities and I have to tell you how very good it felt to be “on target” with my life. I want more of that! I’ve always known motorcycling is an important part of my path,

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