Dedicated to help women build confidence and skill to become better and safer riders!
R2R is an AMA Charter
For Women by Women
Ruts to Racelines is dedicated to providing a less intimidating and fun atmosphere for women to build their skill and confidence riding dirt bikes and/or riding street bikes on the track.
"See you at the track!"
What we do:
R2R is NOT a track day organization or a club.
We are a private promoter who just wants to provide women a safe and less intimidating track day experience to build confidence. The only membership you will ever need to participate in our track day events is a AMA(American Motorcyclist Association) membership.
We are a AMA charter and our events are AMA sanctioned events.
All registration fees go back for paying expenses acquired for the event.
We rely on partners, sponsors and supporters like YOU to make the day possible.
We are club NEUTRAL, which means we have coaches from the local TD orgs come out and volunteer to help, all in the passion of the sport and building the moto track community. Coaches from N2, TPM, EVOLVE & STT have all joined us in the making of our events FUN, informative and SAFE.
RUTS TO RACELINES – A FEMALE FOCUSED TRACK EXPERIENCE
By Allan Lane / April 9, 2021
Don’t call it an all-female track day. Marika Pamart’s Ruts to Racelines is an all-female track experience.
What came to be Ruts to Racelines started as a females-only group, that operated in the schedule of an existing track day. As the females-only group grew in popularity and attendance, Marika Pamart knew that she was on to something. For some ladies that ride, getting on the track for the first time in a co-ed environment is intimidating. Marika’s program offered a safe haven for women that wanted to experience the exhilarating rush of track riding sans the testosterone-driven aggression that their male counterparts often display.
FULL 2022 SCHEDULE COMING 11/26/21
Track Day Events
Mini Moto / Super Moto
Dirt Bike Classes
Dual Sport Events
All Women's Track Days provide a less intimidating atmosphere for women to get started riding on the track. Smaller group sizes and more available coaches helps provide the best opportunity to learn!