NORTH CAROLINA, February 27, 2020 — Women’s Motorcycle Tours welcomes the WolfPack App as a partner of the Suffragists Centennial Motorcycle Ride (SCM2020). The WolfPack system allows organizations to plan group rides, invite riders, navigate together and effectively communicate throughout our team, all from an Android or iOS device. SCMR2020 staff will be using WolfPack to distribute the official ride routes as well as keep track of individual fully-guided riders.
“We are delighted to partner with WolfPack because the app will solve several pain points for us as we organize this monumental cross-country ride,” said event producer Alisa Clickenger. “Instead of the printed turn-by-turn directions we handed out on our 2016 event, now we can deliver the routes electronically and much more efficiently. The best part is that we can instantly and seamlessly change the routing if road conditions warrant.”
The SCMR2020 ride guides and participants can use the WolfPack App to keep track of the riders in their “pack” and if there any mechanical issues, support staff can rely on an exact GPS location of the participant rather than their recollection of landmarks in order to give them assistance.
SCMR2020 management will be monitoring all groups during each day’s ride to ensure the safe arrival of the groups at the nightly stops using WolfPack Central, a management system available for tour organizers and tour operators that it can be used in the back office, or in a chase vehicle.
“As a company founded by riders, for riders, we are proud to be chosen by Women’s Motorcycle Tours as the official group riding app for the SCMR2020 and to support all the riders on the Suffragists Centennial Motorcycle Ride. We are equally proud to put the ultimate riding experience in the palm of your riders’ hand!” said WolfPack founder Jonathan Chashper.
WolfPack will also allow SCMR2020 riders to invite fellow riders to join a pack and plan out a group ride at a specified time and date. Once riding, WolfPack provides an on-the-ride real-time navigation interface with turn-by-turn directions and a radar showing the position of the riders in your pack, relative to yourself. WolfPack also has the ability to send quick communications to your pack, with just three taps of your finger, without taking your eyes off the road and without texting.
“WolfPack really does reinvent the group riding experience,” said Clickenger.
About the Suffragists Centennial Motorcycle Ride (SCMR2020):
The SCMR2020 is an AMA-sanctioned national event celebrating the centennial of the 19th Amendment, women’s right to vote. In August 2020 hundreds of female motorcycle riders from all over the U.S.A. and beyond will join in at one of the event’s 10 starting cities. Riders can join for a dinner, a day, a week, two or all three weeks and men are welcome. Produced by Alisa Clickenger, the SCMR2020 is a non-political event celebrating the guiding principles of unity, community and freedom of the road. The SCMR2020 ends in Women’s Motorcycle Tours’ three-day Women’s Motorcycle Conference in Arlington, Virginia August 20-22, 2020. www.CentennialRide.com.
WolfPack was founded in 2017 by motorcycle riders and tech veterans and includes maps and travel resources for motorcycle riders around the world. The free WolfPack app is available for IOS and Android devices. It includes a range of features for group motorcycle riding such as route planning, turn-by-turn navigation, bike to bike messaging and a unique “radar” feature that allows users to track the location of all the participants in the ride. WolfPack aims to promote motorcycle riding through inclusion, increased safety and improving the motorcycle experience by riding with friends. www.WolfPack.run