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Where did you get those amazing matching saddlebags? I want them!

Roy L Telfer
North Ridgeville, OH
Monday, January 28, 2019
This sounds a lot like my story as well. I grew up in Dallas and rode mini bikes and mopeds as a kid. I gave up riding when I moved to Mass. My husband decided to buy a bike. We took the Safety Riding Course in Oct 2009, and I immediately bought a Honda Shadow 750 to start. I rode 12,000 miles my first season and decided it was time to upgrade. My husband had bought a Suzuki Hayabusa, but I also love the cruiser style. So I compromised with a sport cruiser and bought my baby a 2008 Mean Streak SE, just like you did Maria.

I find it funny that we both took the course within months of each other. We started out with the same first bike and ended up buying the same bike after. I ride for many of the same reasons. Riding on the back is relaxing, but I prefer to be in control of what I want my bike to do. Love the open rode and love my bike!

Darlene
Lowell, MA
Friday, November 16, 2012
You said it well. Riding is the best!

Pam Stewart
Calgary, AB, Canada
Friday, February 11, 2011
When I read this article I thought, "My gosh! I could have written this." I too am a new woman rider and ride for the reasons given in the article; thanks for trying to explain the feelings associated with being a woman rider.

Bernice Bullock
Huntington, WV
Friday, February 11, 2011
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