|Dedicated to the women who RIDE THEIR OWN motorcycles|
Ride Your Best
To my riding sisters out there both young
and young at heart: I am 52 years young and have been riding for 5
years. I took the motorcycle safety course in 2005 and immediately went
out and bought a Honda Shadow 600. It was the perfect bike for me to
gain confidence on. About a year later I traded the Honda in on a 1200
Custom Harley Sportster and approximately a year after that, because of
a long trip that I was planning to go on with friends, I traded the
Sportster in on a 1600 Dyna Street Bob, which I absolutely love and will
stay with for a very long time. When I can no longer hold my own bike
up, I will definitely have to consider a trike. I’ll never stop riding.
I ride because I need to, it’s my passion and I can!
If there is something you want to be your
best at it is this! I truly believe the difference between being an
excellent rider and a mediocre rider can be the difference between life
and death. So practice, practice, practice – be confident, but don’t get
too cocky because as soon as you do that’s when you’ll drop your bike in
front of a group of riders at a rally or at a favorite “watering hole”,
or worse, end up in a ditch. So, ride your own and ride well, but
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