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I've been riding for 50 years now and will not stop riding ... ever! I started out riding mini bikes and graduated to motocross by the time I was 12 years old. Got my first cruiser at 36 years of age, but soon traded it for a sportbike. I eventually bought my first Harley at 55 years of age and have settled into a comfortable riding style. I think riding, over the course of a half century, sort of evolves and morphs with our degree of aptitude, attitude, and desire. Keep on riding!

Rebecca DeLore
Dallas, OR
Friday, February 26, 2016
As I approach my 50th year, I couldn't imagine not riding. My first bike five years ago was a 2007 Yamaha FZ6. It was a great bike for me to learn on, however, my skills quickly out grew it. I purchased a 2006 Triumph Sprint ST 1050. It's a blast in the curves and I go on comfortable multi-day 10+ hour rides. My record is 1400 miles in three days. Last year I added a 2014 Triumph Street Triple R 675 straight out of the box. It's my day trip bike.

Both bikes are triples (3 cylinder engine) and I love the torque they create. I ride mostly with men. It's hard to find other women riders in my area that don't ride cruisers. The men accept me as equals. I even lead rides once in awhile. That's a hoot. They even let me ride their sportbikes. I have participated in one track day. I loved it! A great way to work on my riding skills. I'm looking forward to another track day this spring.

Monica
Reno, NV
Thursday, February 25, 2016
Awesome article. You're next one should focus on female cruiser riders and why they prefer cruisers!

ThrottleMama

Wednesday, February 24, 2016
Great article. Thank you

Eleanor
Melbourne, FL
Thursday, December 12, 2013
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