Black Girls Ride heads to the 2017 PRO Convention

Events / Features / December 11, 2016


Black Girls Ride Magazine will host our first ever panels inside the 2017 PROC!  We’re honored and excited to curate two panels this year!  The MC Professional Convention AKA The PROC had its start in Philadelphia, PA in January 2004. It began as a “Get-Together” for Public Relations Officers AKA P.R.O.’s” from urban motorcycle clubs, predominantly in the North Eastern portion on the country, to speak on current affairs within the MC Community and fellowship.  its inception, “The PROC” has spawned from a small gathering of 100 or so bikers in a small bar in Philadelphia, PA for a one-day event into a three-day weekend encompassing education, safety, maintenance clinics, guest speakers and club officer breakout sessions. There is also a meet and Greet night and a after party to unwind from the rigorous schedule of daytime education and activities.  If you’re not registered, they’ll have a limited amount of on site registration, so get there early!

Get the details below:

What: The PRO Convention
Where:  Baltimore Marriott Waterfront
700 Aliceanna St.
Baltimore, Maryland  21202
When: January 13 – 15, 2017

“The Riders Meet & Greet” (Friday, January 13, 3pm – 5pm)
We’ll introduce you to Black Girls Ride Magazine, including our legacy, mission, and events for 2017.  You’ll meet the BGR Ambassadors, and learn how to join the BGR Movement.  We’ll also give riders and clubs an opportunity to introduce themselves, and share what inspires them to ride.

“Preparing to Ride Outside of Your Comfort Zone” (Saturday, January 14, 4:15pm – 5pm)
There’s so much to consider when preparing for your solo or group ride.  Our goal is to prepare you with tips to plan your trip.  Our panel features Sarah “SeCCRet” Moreau, Jenn “Lil Tigga” Brewington, Toni “Toni 2 Fine” White, Christy “Pink’e” Patterson, and Porsche Taylor.

We’ll also bringing the new 2017 Indian Chieftain and Polaris Slingshot for you to see for yourself.  Don’t forget to stop by the booth to enter to win your new ride!  We’re giving away 3 vehicles, and YES, YOU CAN ENTER TO WIN ALL 3!  Going to the PROC?  Be sure to say hello!  We want to meet and network with as many riders as possible to thank you in person for joining the Black Girls Ride Movement!

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Take a look at our 2016 PROC Pics:



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Porsche Taylor
Brand Builder .: Music Lover :. Sportbike Rider When not developing brand campaigns, spinning at the hottest parties, or on her way to #occupythegym, Porsche Taylor can be found rolling on her pink Hayabusa, and always living her best life.

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on January 13, 2017

Sending my love from Kenya.
Can we please have a chapter in Kenya. Can serve for Africa. Am here and would love to do it.
Keep up the good work.

on January 16, 2017

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