Ladies of Harley
I am Anne Gray and I am proud to be representing Oxford Chapter as the Ladies of Harley officer. I ride a Sportster Low which has been converted to a trike. Ladies of Harley (L.O.H.) is a group for riding and nonriding female members alike, and it is all about promoting and participating in social activities and adventures.
Although it is called ‘Ladies’ of Harley, the majority of events are not exclusive and we welcome the company of the men of the Chapter to join us.
Activities include coffee mornings, where we raise money for our chosen charities, lunches, cinema visits, theatre trips, cream teas etc. We are always open to new suggestions for things to do, so please do get in contact if you have an idea. We usually have at least one LOH organised ride-out during the year. At the various H.O.G. and chapter rallies there is often an LOH organised ride-out too, which you can participate in.
Elaine Shepherd is the National Ladies of Harley Officer and her associate is Lorraine Seedhouse, who looks after the LOH pillions. Be sure to keep an eye out for them in the H.O.G. magazine, for all the stories of events from chapters nationwide.
To join the Ladies of Harley, you will need to be a member of H.O.G., with either Full or Associate membership. You will also require Chapter membership. Be sure to visit the LOH events page on this site for news of events. I will also send out updates by email and on our Facebook site so please keep an eye on your inbox.
Please do get in contact with me if you have any questions or suggestions.
I look forward to riding with you.
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