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Female Friendly Motorcycles

Review: 2016 / 2017 Indian Motorcycle Scout Sixty

Super low seat height, easy to ride, and lots of fun!

1/31/2017, By Tricia Szulewski, Assistant Editor
Many women fell in love with the Indian Scout when it first came out in 2015. Now its new sibling, the Scout Sixty, offers the same great-looking cruiser at a more affordable price.
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New Beginner Motorcycle Now Available

125cc ideal for new and experienced riders

6/7/2016
The 2016 K-Pipe 125 from KYMCO is a 4-speed single cylinder motorcycle that’s ideal for new riders as well as those who want an easy-to-ride zippy motorcycle with which to blast around town.
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Retractable Wheels Add Confidence When Stopping

Alternative to a trike extends time on a motorcycle due to aging or other issues

3/7/2016
The largest segment of motorcyclists are baby boomers and many are finding out that as they age, they’re losing confidence in holding up a motorcycle as they come to a stop.
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Review: 2016 Harley-Davidson Sportster SuperLow 1200T

A small and easy to handle touring motorcycle

2/9/2016, By Pamela Collins, photos by Pam and Tim Collins
The rise in sales of touring motorcycles may have some smaller-sized riders feeling uninvited to the party. The Sportster SuperLow 1200T fills the gap for a "smaller touring bike."
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Top 10 Motorcycles Women Ride

Our updated list of most popular bikes for women

10/7/2015, By Genevieve Schmitt, Editor
The most common question motorcycle riders ask is what motorcycles are women choosing to ride these days. Last year, we published our first ever list of the most popular bikes among female riders. Now, a year after that list was published we’re posting an update — motorcycles most popular among women for 2015 heading into 2016.
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Video Reader Review: Harley-Davidson Dyna Switchback

The easier-to-handle touring motorcycle

8/4/2015
The Harley-Davidson Dyna Switchback has a big following among women riders who want the power, comfort, and storage of a big touring motorcycle, but don't want the bulk and "big-ness" of the bigger bike. Watch this short video review by a WRN reader.
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Motorcycle Review: 2015-2016 Yamaha FZ-07

A fun first bike for just $7,000

7/7/2015, By Tricia Szulewski, photos by Riles and Nelson
The bargain-priced 687cc Yamaha FZ-07 shares its FZ-09 sibling’s styling and cross-plane engine platform, but in a smaller, more user-friendly package. New riders and commuters can both appreciate the FZ-07’s light weight and easy maneuverability. But with plenty of torque and power for weekend warriors, the FZ-07 is, simply put, two-wheeled fun at its best.
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Motorcycle Review With Video: 2015 Kawasaki Vulcan S

Adjustable multiple ways to fit most any size rider!

4/7/2015, By Tricia Szulewski, photos by Kevin Wing
Kawasaki’s brand-new 649cc cruiser, the Vulcan S was created to get more new riders comfortably on two wheels. This bike specifically tackles new riders’ top three requirements when choosing their first motorcycle: comfort, fit, and confidence.
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Top 10 Motorcycles for Women

The most popular bikes among female riders

7/22/2014, By Genevieve Schmitt, Editor
This top 10 list of motorcycles is compiled from our surveys and input from our readers over the last six years. Women Riders Now has been the definitive resource for on-road women riders over the last decade so we’re pretty confident this list represents the most popular motorcycles among women motorcyclists today.
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10 Motorcycles To Get Excited About in 2015!

Lightweight and low are the trend this year

1/13/2015, By Genevieve Schmitt, Editor
I’ve been writing about motorcycles for 25 years and have witnessed a lot of trends in motorcycle styles during that time. After enduring the boom of choppers with ultra fat tires and gigantic rakes in the early to mid-2000s, and then the onslaught of humongous-sized touring cruisers of the mid-to late 2000s, it’s nice to see the majority of the new motorcycles being introduced for model year 2015 come back down to human-sized proportions.
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