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Couples, Families and Motorcycling

Lessons Learned: Motorcycle Touring With Your Best Riding Buddy

How to stay friends on the road and ensure a safe, fun trip

9/28/2017, By Veronica Ryl, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Two friends set out on a 10,000-mile motorcycle tour unaware of how the journey would affect their relationship. What they learned will help you on your next tour with a riding partner.
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A Joke at 40 Turns to Reality at 50

An "older" woman's journey of discovery through her motorcycling life, and how she got her husband to ride

6/25/2017, By Kerry Parke, Queensland, Australia
Find out how this woman fell in love with two-wheeled adventure and then got her husband to ride.
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Seeking Advice on Riding With Your Children

Reader wants to take her daughter as a passenger

1/18/2017
Riding with your young child on the back of the bike. Should you or shouldn't you?
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From the Back Seat to the Front

A motorcycle rental, a supportive husband, and a desire to explore got the process started

8/1/2016, By Jenny Satterthwait, Parker, Colorado
From riding behind her husband to getting her own bike, Jenny discovers that exploring her home state is better on two wheels.
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Commentary: Can Women Save Motorcycling?

How female riders can help the industry with its dirty laundry

6/4/2014, By Steve Johnson
For decades, a certain percentage of the automobile driving public has targeted their disdain to some lesser or greater extent towards the motorcycle riding public. Citing fatality statistics, loud noise, and recklessness, they've rallied for tougher laws on motorcycles. But are women riders on the verge of changing that perception?
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The Trade-Offs of a Motorcycling Life

Leaving dresses and high heels behind

7/14/2014, By Sash Walker
While working in the Starbucks this afternoon (our office when we are on the road) I've seen one beautiful, professionally dressed woman after another walk in for their daily treats. I admire their fashion sense, their grace, their gorgeous heels and flowing skirts, long tan legs, flowing, smooth hair...
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Compromise On the Road With Your Spouse

How one couple makes it work

7/22/2014, By Steve Johnson
Even though she and I have traded wedding vows, started a business together and revealed secrets that I wouldn't reveal to my closest friends, the very foundation of what makes us "Sash and Steve” are just a couple of good riding buddies. "That's the mistake I made with my previous husbands,” she said.
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Sturgis Motorcycle Rally Virgins

The 2014 event from one couple's point of view

8/20/2014, By Steve Johnson with input from Sash Walker
If you’ve ever enjoyed the feeling of being unique on your motorcycle, don’t go to the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally. Because no matter how amazing you may be, you’re just another nobody on a bike. The exception is if you stand completely nude on Main Street. And I mean completely nude—because if you go with boots, a bikini bottom and pasties, you’ll find plenty of women already doing that.
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The Strength and Fortitude of One Woman Motorcycle Rider

An inside look at the mental toughness that fuels a female biker dealing with debilitating health issues, as told by her husband

7/27/2015, By Steve Johnson
Sash had her back propped up against a set of pillows on our hotel bed, with the covers pulled up to her waist. In front of her was her laptop. By her side was her smartphone. On the nightstand was a tray of prescription meds, and on her shoulder was a bag of ice.
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Approaching Age 50 and Riding Into My Fullness

“I’ve gained a sense of independence that I never dreamed possible.”

4/22/2015, By Sash Walker
I am finally coming into my own as a rider, a woman who has found a home in the road, and an independent spirit. I am happily married, but within that marriage I’ve gained a sense of independence that I never dreamed possible. I was on a narrow stretch of pavement that ran through ranches of northeastern Wyoming where I felt this sense of permanence settle in.
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