A huge shout out to all the women riders who support and encourage one another.
Relative newby lol riding now 11 years and 50k miles logged. Turned 40 and realized what I was missing was wind in my life. Never rode, never honey hugger prior. My sweetheart took me to take a class for my endorsement and that was it. Started on a Vrod, then to a Dyna now riding a Heritage softail classic. Love the wind and all the friendships I have made from it!
Crystal Sparkle Kittelman
Hi I'm Cassidy and age 21.
I have been riding dirt bikes since I was about 10 years old and still continue to ride. I like to ride because of the adrenaline rush is amazing, I grew up doing it!
Eventually I would like to own a street bike as motorcycle riding is my passion.
If riding is something you may like I suggest you try it, you get that buzz. You’re on the bike, you feel the energy of being on the bike, you feel the emotion, and freedom from it. You’re in this place where you have to jump off and just do it, and there have been a lot of women who have been on the edge. More women riding, creates a more supportive community.
I've always felt lost to be quiet honest.
So, when I decided to ride, it was because I wanted too. It was my choice, my lifestyle, my own "fad" if you will at 20 yrs old. Truly it was an obsession never brought to light until I discovered horsepower. From there it turned into an addiction. I went from being a motorcycle enthusiast, into a racer. I didn't nor do I care about the rally's, the "biker" scene. I haul ass past all that. I'm here to ride for the real deal, the true racers who are out to put some miles down and forget the hoorah. I ride alone..... I will always be okay with that. However, I found out, there are others out there just like me.....we're scattered around parts of the world....and it took me riding across the country to find them. But when I found these ladies....I found true a true bond my soul had been searching for, for my lifetime. I found true sisters.
I look forward to sharing my story with all the ladies out there who may be soul searching like I have. I look forward to our journeys down the road.
Hi, My name is Amy Sue, and I am a female riding advocate. I have a Blog called “Amy Sue Sporty: Life of a Biker Babe” where I basically make people mad with my modern opinions about feminism and women’s rights. I found my freedom with motorcycles as a young single woman in a new city, with social anxiety.. It was an eye opening experience. Riding my bike is my way to connect to that inner person who knows I can do it, all by myself. I love to help women get on two wheels and find their own definition of freedom, having sold them to hundreds of women in the 6 years I worked as a motorcycles saleswoman. Today I still encourage the women who want to feel the liberty of the open highway by blogging about my trips, experiences and events so we can continue to grow as a community.