Women of Moto

Women of Moto - Canadian Edition; is a coast-to-coast project that will showcase how women who ride motorcycles in Canada are breaking gender stereotypes through their common love for two wheels and an open road. We will introduce you to women from various backgrounds and demonstrate how riding has influenced them, building strength and character in their every day lives. 

Check out the blog, Instagram and Facebook to follow and meet these amazing women!  

Have an interesting story to share?  

Feel free to reach out in the 'contact' tab!

Ashleigh Kaliszuk // Photographer

Edmonton based photographer, founder and photographer of Wild & Free Moto and Women of Moto. Ashleigh has been riding for three years and splits her time between Edmonton and Arizona, taking advantage of year round moto adventures. Ashleigh is a visual artist, whose primary medium is photography, focusing on motorcycles and the corresponding culture. Prior to dedicating her career to photography, Ashleigh spent 6+ years as a Red Seal Crane Operator in Northern Alberta and the docks in Vancouver. From this, Ashleigh has unprecedented insight and exposure to gender stereotypes, leading her to focus her photography career on breaking these barriers. Ashleigh’s work has been featured in various publications, including Fast Times Magazine (Canada’s independent motorcycle magazine).  She rides a 2007 Dyna Street Bob and 2017 Husqvarna FE250.

Photo Credit: @michaelspainsmith