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Sounds like Janice is on the wrong website. I love my four motos and my life has changed dramatically for the better since I started riding! I am present—there is no "what if" or "what was" when I ride. There is me and what is, right now. I am a much happier girl! I'd say this article fits me to a tee. Fortunately, my husband does not ride. It's a solo endeavor.




A of SB
Santa Carbara, CA
Friday, October 7, 2016
This article is ridiculous. It sounds like a feminine protection commercial written by a man. As a 37-year riding veteran, reading this only makes me think that you haven't got a clue why women ride. And Harley Davidson, the misogynist manufacturer that uses Marissa Miller, who doesn't even ride? Surveys? You clearly don't understand yourself. Riding doesn't make a woman have better sex, just more because it's a male fantasy, or she gets a new man. Riding can't make you happy, only you can. Get a grip.

Janice
Toronto, ON, Canada
Friday, June 26, 2015
I think you are absolutely right. I just bought my Harley Super Glide in June of this year and I can't keep myself away from it. I love it! It's in my blood. I can say I will never stop. I'm totally happy with my scoot.

Mary Big Medicine
Cedar Rapids, IA
Tuesday, July 22, 2014
I would argue that any study that compares one group of passionate hobbyists to an average group of people would yield similar results.

Katherine
New York, NY
Wednesday, March 12, 2014
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