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Another great article! I have spent more than 30 years promoting the enjoyment of riding my own motorcycle.

Keep up all the good work you ladies do.

Bonnie Cousins
Lombard, IL
Tuesday, April 5, 2016
Went down to Barnes & Noble the day after this article posted. I had to order it. There was a promotional discount on the book as well as my membership discount along with free shipping! Just wanted to share the information for those who need to save a few dollars and those like me who won't be able to go to the conference.

Lynda
Van/Ft. Worth, TX
Friday, July 31, 2009
When I first heard about the book, I had to have it. I am taking my time going through it so I can enjoy each page and moment. I was not aware that way before women today there were so many woman riding motorcycles and that is what makes the book so much more interesting.

Val
Schenectady, NY
Thursday, July 30, 2009
I read this book the moment I bought it from the store. In about two to three days I finished the whole book. It was amazing to see the changes that happened to women riding. In each page turn I could see time flash before my eyes. Cris is an amazing writer not because she has the knowledge of a library of woman riding in her head, but that she too is just like all of these women who have chosen to ride. She loves the knowledge that she book presents, but what it really presents is an opportunity -- an opportunity for women to join in and have fun! We can look at the historical accounts of these women, but what is really important is that women continue to break down social barriers well into the 21st century.

Joshua Joseph
Via the Internet
Tuesday, July 28, 2009
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