Gina Woods has been riding motorcycles a long time - eighteen years in fact. But riding a motorcycle isn’t all she does….Gina co-founded and hosts a motorcycle radio show, created a team of women motorcycle mechanics who build bikes for charity, works as a marketing director for a local Indian Motorcycle dealership and organizes large-scale events in at major motorcycle functions.
Most recently, Gina appeared on a WGN-TV superstation segment on women and motorcycles. She also was the subject of a Chicago Tribune front page (Riders’ section) article. Both of these news stories followed on the wheels of Gina as a featured biker in the recently published book, “Biker Chicz of North America,” with her own chapter on her journey in motorcycling.
This latest media attention has brought Gina a potential partnership with Fox Sports Radio and interest in the TV reality show she is currently developing from networks such as Spike, Speed, Fuel and FX.
“It’s a lifestyle not just a weekend thing,” Gina exclaims. Her zest for life and motorcycling has been captured in magazines and photos over the years. This lifestyle is her calling.
Gina is best known as host and co-creator of Open Road Radio, a 14-year talk radio program on everything motorcycle that is in major markets across the United States and podcast globally. She created XX Chromes – All Women Bike Builders, a team of motorcycle mechanic gals who builds a motorcycle in the name of charity! Gina participates in many charities around the country to help fundraise and promote the needy work they do. Another job description she has is working for a local Indian Motorcycle dealership as their Event Marketing Director. Gina has put together some huge motorcycle events in and around Chicago and places like Daytona Bike Week, Sturgis Motorcycle Rally and Laconia Motorcycle Week to name a few. She has collaborated with other big name promoters as Jam Productions, Live Nation, Paragon Promotions and many more.
She is an expert on all things motorcycle, especially when they concern the hottest trend in biking – women riders. She is available for interviews on a variety of related topics.
For more information: WGN -TV segment:
Chicago Tribune article