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Thanks for the article. I am 52 and just started riding this year. I never thought I wanted to ride a motorcycle. Then my husband got a bike and I was a passenger. Then I took the MSF Basic Rider Course to become a better passenger and passed the test the first time through. So I got my endorsement. Now I have my own motorcycle and mister and I dream of a life on the road.

Karen
Tampa, FL
Wednesday, June 24, 2015
Denise from Chicago, I share your dream of touring the country on two wheels. Been following Sash's stories, as I also began riding very late in 2013 at age 52. Recently completed my first long solo ride and vacation and have not been so happy in over a decade. I know I have found my passion. I am so glad to have found WRN - to provide encouragement in my newfound love.

Christine Decker
San Jose, CA
Friday, June 5, 2015
Thanks for this inspiring story. I just turned 59. I started riding last year and for the first time in my life I can say that I have found my passion. I was a bit hesitant about this journey so late in life, and there have been some ups and downs, but I knew nothing was going to stop me. I'm riding and learning as much as I can and I'm so excited about this adventure. Life is getting on so there's no time to waste. I'm so happy that I found Women Riders Now because I get so much inspiration from the articles. My ultimate goal is to see this beautiful country by bike. Thanks again and keep these stories coming.

Denise Ouellette
Chicago, IL
Tuesday, June 2, 2015
I started riding at 49. I am turning 54 this year. I have logged more than 35,000 miles behind the controls since I started riding my own bike in September 2011. My husband, Toby, has been a constant source of encouragement and strength. My motorcycle riding has also helped me regain my strength and confidence on horseback.

I will hopefully be able to retire in a few more years, and then this life you're enjoying is what we are hoping to do. Just tour the country, and follow the sunshine.

We do camp, and are quite comfy in our little tent with an air mattress. It is amazing just where you can wind up, when your bed and "house" are packed in your trunk.

Safe travels, shiny side up, and maybe someday we will see you guys out there.

Loren Turner
Zenia, CA
Thursday, May 21, 2015
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