What do you get when you put a ’94 Suzuki GS500, a 2012 Custom Iron 883, a 1972 CL350 Scrambler, a 1968 BSA 650, a 1987 Suzuki Intruder VS700GL, a motorcycle shop owner, a vintage brake-less 250 flat track racer and a 1959 Ford TBird together. Well, on Oct 22, 2013, one fateful fall evening, a year ago that’s exactly what happened — a small group of avid motorcycle and car enthusiasts went on a ride and had dinner. This was no ordinary gathering of a bunch of bad ass beauties: This was the beginning of The Miss Fires. A Brooklyn, NY based Motorcycle Club/Car Club (MC/CC) was born.
We are supporters of the community and especially of each other.
Tech Night Anyone?
There are no rules, just traditions:
Getting in trouble with this gang is always a blast!
We are race car drivers, musicians, moms, sisters, aunts, founders and co-founders, designers, writers, photographers, entrepreneurs, horticulturist and probably everything in between. I cannot be prouder of these adventurous, breaking boundaries, pioneering woman who come from across the globe, the country and NYC to ride and wrench together. These bad ass beauties are truly inspirational. I am proud to be a Miss Fire! I’d like to thank each and everyone one of you for being a part of this crazy obsession for hot rods and motorcycle mania, sharing your fire and making a difference in all of our lives. Happy Anniversary!
Valerie Figarella, proud Miss Fire and owner of MotorGrrl
1978 Yamaha XS650 Street Tracker, 2003 Honda Shadow Spirit VT750, 1983 Iron Head 1000