Hayley Bell is the founder of Women Riders World Relay. It was the largest motorcycle relay in history and was executed entirely by women. The aim of the relay was to ignite a global sisterhood of inspirational women to promote courage, adventure, unity, and passion for motorcycling from all corners of the world, and do something that had never been done before to that scale.
Hayley was also voted the American Motorcyclist Association‘s 2019 Motorcyclist of the Year for her efforts in promoting the motorcycle lifestyle around the world, bringing together riders from all nations and backgrounds, conveying the positive aspects of motorcycling, and drawing attention to the market potential of female riders.
She has a great passion for motorbikes and motorcycling. She works on her own bikes, has built a custom TM 125 MX, has a Yamaha R6 for the track, Triumph 1200 Explorer for the road (with her 50kg German Shepherd who rides pillion), and a KTM 250 Freeride for Enduro.
Her current projects include touring the world’s most dangerous road in Pakistan, writing a children’s book to encourage young girls to ride bikes, and working with the Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme (FIM) to encourage more women into the race scene.