"Be a girl with a mind, a woman with an attitude, and a lady with class."
Hi there and welcome to Organized Chaos Chicago!
I am not one for labels. They more often than not define a piece of who we are – rather than the whole. And I have always preferred the entire package. As a woman rider and Charter Member of Organized Chaos, I wanted to welcome the dreamer, traveler, and adventurer inside each of you to visit our website and imagine your life as part of the ride.
The ride is so many amazing things to each of us. It beckons freedom and unconditional acceptance. It harbors solitude and camaraderie all wrapped up in one fantastical package. The ride is about living in the moment and accepting whatever the road has to offer. The ride is magic.
Organized Chaos is an ever-evolving and extremely inclusive group of women riders. We come from every corner of this neighborhood and bring decades of riding experience with us. We are a family who shares the love of the motorcycle lifestyle. We have plans to work together to make a difference in the world around us—one ride at a time. I welcome you to contact us. To ride with us. To be a part of this incredible organization and all we hope to create. Peace—and ride safe.
~Past President and Charter Member
Who We Are
We are a diverse group of women coming together to ride, have fun, and support the communities we love. We are from all walks of life and value an environment that allows each of us to be fully self-expressed. Some of us have kids. Some of us don’t. Some of us have fur babies. Some of us are straight, some gay, some are somewhere in between. Some of us hold down professional jobs, while others are in between jobs. We are artists, performers, business owners, and loyal employees. We are fancy ladies and modest gals. We reflect a wide range of ethnicities and cultural affiliations. We embody a spectrum that allows each of our members to be whom they are while having a blast. We value harmony. We ride motorcycles. We have fun. Sound like a good time?
About Our Symbol
The gold represents and starts with our individual selves, our individual strength, morals, and integrity; it begins with us and extends beyond ourselves.
The silver represents what we bring to each other, our sisters, in the form of support, encouragement, and connection. The bronze represents what we offer to our community, our neighbors, and all of those outside ourselves and our sisters.