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This is great. The retro edgy look of these photos invoke a sentimentality that draws you in. I think it will help inspire new young women riders. Keep up the good work. I hope to see your exhibit come to NH. Live free or die

Jennifer
Deerfield, NH
Monday, April 27, 2015
It's because of women like us who have been riding a very long time back when there were few of us out there and we had to ride with the boys that these new younger women riders can do what they want now. We have paved a lot of the way for these girls! Enjoy! You will all learn in your own way.

M. Nelson

Tuesday, March 18, 2014
I too am not impressed with the photos. I only saw one photo that the rider appears to be concerned with protection. Are these truly women that ride or just models? If not models, then it looks like road rash waiting to happen.



Dixie Stayner
Prairie City, IA
Monday, March 3, 2014
I love this, everything about this. To me, riding is a sport that I love and am passionate about MY way. These ladies have style and that is exactly what inspires other future riders like me. It's not about a tour across the states to everyone. It's about the ride with a group, or yourself, that is fun to you -- it's just everyone's idea of fun is different.

I am a female rider and I am 34. Started riding my own at 24 (with my husband's full support). I can't connect to many of the female riders I meet because they want there to be a "women power" emotional story. I ride because I like to ride. That's my story. Why can't it be sexy, fun and thrilling? Guess that makes some women uncomfortable...like tattoos. Not everyone sees riding free the same way. I see it your way, and it's amazing.

Stephanie
Dallas, TX
Monday, January 27, 2014
Editor Response
Well said!
Genevieve Schmitt
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