Tecumseh Motorcycle Festival Cancelled for 2022
It is with great sadness and heavy hearts that Chrome Angelz Dream Chaserz announce that the 2022 Tecumseh Motorcycle Festival is cancelled. The motorcycle festival has the possibility of coming back in 2023 bigger and better, however, due to the lack of funding, personal events affecting the Dream Chaserz and other challenges affecting the festival, we are unable to present you at this time with the quality experience festival attendees so richly deserve.
Chrome Angelz Dream Chaserz would like to extend their heartfelt thanks and sincere gratitude toward everyone who has worked so hard and provided so much support in attempting to make 2023's festival a reality. We offer our sincerest apologies to festival patrons, past and future vendors, our beloved entertainers, the biker community and the Vilage of Tecumseh. We are more disappointed than you can ever know that we have disappointed you.
WELCOME YOU TO
Tecumseh IFRD Motorcycle Festival
A family-friendly event for everyone!
This festival is a fundraiser for Magdalene Omaha to assist them in providing support, safe housing, counseling, employment opportunities and other much-needed services to survivors of Nebraska's sex trafficking industry.
Future Dates TBA
Thank you SO much to all of our corporate sponsors. Special thanks to our Platinum Level and Diamond Level corporate sponsors for making so much possible!
Johnson County Ag Board
Tecumseh Economic Development Committee
Tecumseh Fire Department
Lincoln Sport Parachute Club
Magdalene Omaha provides healing & recovery, housing, community, and economic self-empowerment opportunities for survivors of sex trafficking/prostitution, trauma, and addiction.
As noted in “Nebraska’s Commercial Sex Market,” published by the Women’s Fund of Omaha in 2017:
On average each month, 900 unique individuals are sold for sex in the state of Nebraska.
On average each month, 675 of those individuals are sold in the Omaha metropolitan area.
Each of those individuals may be sold multiple times a day.
In the majority of these transactions, force, fraud, or coercion is involved (meeting the legal definition of trafficking).
What is IFRD?
IFRD stands for International Female Ride Day. It is a global campaign introduced by Vicki Gray, director and founder of Motoress Magazine to ensure the growth of women in motorcycling. In the last ten years, women riders have doubled in numbers, making almost one in five riders on the road female. The focus of these IFRD rides is to get women riders and the men who support them to get out and "just ride". This one day is devoted to all women riders of all levels of ability and ages to demonstrate their personal passion for riding. You'll meet and network with other women who ride and find support and camaraderie, fostering new friendships by participating in the women's rides offered Saturday, May 1.
Q: Can men join the rides?
A: Absolutely! We just ask that the women ride up front and men ride toward the rear. If you choose to ride toward the rear with your man, you certainly may! It's all about what makes you happy!
Q: Where can I learn more about IFRD?
Q: What kind of bike do you have to ride?
A: Whatever bike you ride! IFRD doesn't restrict brands of bikes; you only need what you can ride safely at highway speeds an you need to be able to ride 100 miles between refueling.
Q: Are there any rules?
A: You must have active motorcycle insurance and a motorcycle endorsement on your drivers' license. And, you must understand that Nurse Ratchet is organizing this from the goodness of her heart, as dark and crusty as that may be, and will not accept responsibility for any injuries, thefts etc. from your voluntary participation in this event.
As always, ride your ride. If something is uncomfortable, use your best judgement and keep yourself safe, being mindful for the safety of the group you are with.
But most of all enjoy yourself!