Ride the women's revolution!
To celebrate the 100th anniversary of the passage of the 19th amendment, the Elizabeth Cady Stanton Hometown Association (ECSHA) had planned a three-day two-night fully supported bike ride this August. Due to concerns about COVID-19, ECSHA has postponed the ride until next August 20-22, 2021. The ride will start in Johnstown - the birthplace of both Elizabeth Cady Stanton and her revolutionary ideas -- to her home in Seneca Falls where she shared those ideas at the world changing 1848 Women’s Rights Convention.
A fully supported bike ride including breakfast, snacks, dinners, two nights of camping, and lots of women’s history!
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Next year’s ride will have all the highlights of this year’s ride:
Don’t miss the chance to honor the work of the suffragists and the role that the bicycle played in women getting the vote!
August 26, 2020
100th Anniversary of women getting the right to vote nationally.
CONTACT US if you would like to help brainstorm, plan and/or participate in one of the important upcoming dates in celebration of the Woman's Suffrage Movement!
2018 Off Year Elections: "Year of the Woman"
Did Not Disappoint
Elizabeth Cady Stanton would be proud!
More women ran in statewide and national elections than ever before.
Over 100 women will be representing districts in the U.S. House
Women were elected Governors in 4 states
Two Native American women elected to Congress for the 1st time
Two Muslim American women also elected as firsts
The first openly lesbian woman joins the House
In 7 Governor's races, 4 states flipped to women governors
NYS will have the youngest women ever elected to the House-Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, 29