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First, sure appreciate the info and the enthusiasm you provide. Seriously, I was extremely disappointed when I learned there was no annual Celebrate Women Rider's event and wish to share that disappointment directly with the Davidson family of Harley-Davidson. There are a number of lady riders who cannot or will not afford a $3,000 expense to come enjoy Milwaukee and their love of the ride.

I will continue to visit your site to keep abreast of the good things going on. Ladies - ride safe and enjoy every moment - for those who thought you'd never do something like this - isn't it an absolute life-changing experience! My husband is my riding partner and I'll forever be grateful for the friendship we share because of our Harley-Davidson experiences. I'm the only girl rider in our group of 11 riders. What a privilege to know they respect me as much as I do them.

Teresa Hagen
Manito, IL
Wednesday, February 16, 2011
What a great idea! I would love to see more opportunities for the Biker Boot Camp. Hope they will be offered throughout the country so we can all participate.

Denice Davenport
Cheyenne, WY
Monday, February 14, 2011
Sounds great, but can't make any of these events this year. Hubby and I are planning a Roanoke, Virginia, to Grand Canyon trip in May. Both on new CVO Street Glides. Any time lots of women can broaden their riding experience, it's a good thing. Lots of skill-building, friendships and those awesome memories.

Have had the pleasure of 15 years of riding great Harley-Davidson machines and always loving the big trips. I ride to work as often as possible too and those little six miles are just the wind-up and gear-down time I need in a day. Haven't been late to work, but always take the long way home. Thanks Harley-Davidson!

Joyce Liana
Troutville, VA
Wednesday, February 9, 2011
Sounds like a lot of fun. I've been waiting for something like this.

Olivia
Milwaukee, WI
Wednesday, February 9, 2011
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