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Second Annual South Jersey Motorcycle Film Festival

One of my favorite rainy fall activities is getting cozy under a duvet and watching films; if they’re motorcycle adventure films, even better!

In August, Rev Sisters organized the Black Hills Moto Film Festival. This November, they’re putting on another online motorcycle festival in South Jersey. Read the press release below for more information, including how to get free tickets.

Rev Sisters Press Release: The 2nd annual South Jersey Motorcycle Film Festival will be held online November 5-21, 2021. Rev Sisters is providing free tickets for this event for everyone who registers at RevSisters.com. Attendees can watch videos from the comfort of their own homes any time during the dates of the festival.

This years’ festival is a celebration of women, both in front of and behind the camera. Films were either created by female filmmakers, or feature female riders and subjects. Films showcase a variety of riding styles from around the world—land-speed records, racing, round-the-world adventure travel, rider profiles, and more. Each film is unique and creative and will leave viewers yearning to get out on the road. All judges selected for the festival are female motorcyclists. Winners for each of the categories – ultra short, short, and feature – will be announced during the festival.

Information and links to free tickets for the 2021 South Jersey Motorcycle Film Festival can be found here.


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Heather Lea has traveled to over 60 countries, 40 of which were on a BMW F 800 GS during a 708-day round-the-world motorcycle adventure with now-husband, Dave Sears (Trip Blog: Riding Full Circle). Heather has been a freelance writer for over twenty-five years and a book and magazine editor for more than fifteen. Aside from Expedition Portal, her stories can be found in Overland Journal, Canadian Geographic, Kootenay Mountain Culture, and Canadian Alpine Journal. She loves doing anything in the backcountry, including backpacking, four-wheel-driving, ski touring, and climbing. Heather is a Canadian now living in Bellingham, WA. Find her on Instagram @writer_heather_lea or on Facebook @heatherleawriter.