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1. Always stop with your front wheel straight. Several times I dropped my bike because I did not do this.
2. Ride your own ride. If they are going too fast for you, slow down.
3. Come up with a great story about how someone got killed walking across the street in their safe neighborhood (real or made up) or just say, "thank you for sharing" and turn away.
4. Join a woman's riding group. We get it. We've been there. We care. We will support you.
5. There are lots of great women's motorcycles on eBay cheaper.
6. Oh, by the way, I dropped my bike five times in training class.
6. Cycle Gear is your friend!

Patricia
San Diego, CA
Monday, August 21, 2017
I just got my Sportster 883 in June. I've dropped her five times but only one time out of my driveway and that was in an empty church parking lot. Thank God for saddle bags! I was able to pick her up and carry on. I named her Bella Vento, which is Italian for beautiful wind. Helmet tip to all you sistas out there! This is so flipping fun!


Tiffany
Lake Tapps, WA
Sunday, August 20, 2017
I started on a Harley-Davidson 883 Sportster earlier this year, with hubs teaching me. I immediately dropped it. A few weeks later, after some practice, I crashed it; nothing too dramatic, but ouch! Then I wised up and took a class. It made such a difference to learn from someone who knew how to teach a beginner. I just got a Heritage Softail and I love it, but it feels a lot bigger than that Sportster, so I'm still practicing tight turns before I start riding to work.

Anyone else name their bike? This is Priscilla.


Melissa
IN
Friday, August 18, 2017
Those were good comments on when you first start riding. One of my challenges was what to wear and how to get it all together with billfold, keys, phone, etc. After nine years of riding I now have it down. Feel free to do it your way but safe always. Ride on ladies.

Mary Willoughby
DeRidder, LA
Friday, August 18, 2017
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