About Us

Rev Sisters aspires to share our three founders’ love of all things two-wheeled, to give back to the motorcycling community through uniting our community, educating riders and fostering the same love and passion for motorcycles and motorcycle culture through our events.

Our Story

Liza, Michelle, and Shana became friends in the midst of planning a global event, Woman Riders World Relay.  They discovered that they were able to balance one another’s talents to create amazing things and together became a powerhouse team.  Eighteen months of long nights and intense on-the-go planning solidified that Liza, Michelle, and Shana wanted to continue even after the relay was completed.  And so Rev Sisters was born.

Liza Miller

Liza Miller is a fastener specialist by day and the host of the Motorcycles and Misfits Podcast by night.  Self-touted “The Big Dill”, all that know her will agree. Liza is devoted to contributing in a positive way to motorcycling and founded the Re-cycle Garage, one of the first co-op garages in the United States.  Her ongoing contributions even gained her the Friend of the AMA award in 2019.

Michelle Lamphere

Michelle Lamphere, AKA Sturgis Chick, is the owner of the Chalet Motel, a moto travellers haven in Custer, South Dakota.   She is also an author, penning two books called the Butterfly Route and Tips For Traveling Overland In Latin America. These were based on her two years and 40,000 miles travelling across North, Central and South America. She can be found speaking at many motorcycle rallies and events.

Shana Sanderson

Shana Sanderson, a wife and mother of 3 future riders, shares her passion of riding with her husband. She can be found most evenings wrenching in the garage doing maintenance on her bike and tinkering on projects after the kids have gone to bed.  Not only a doting mom and motorcycle enthusiast, Shana has devoted her career to improving human service provision after becoming licensed as a Registered Nurse.  Motorcycling is very much a solo sport, however somehow the Sandersons turn it into a family activity.