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I am the secretary of a co-ed motorcycle club called 317 Ryders MC in Indianapolis, Indiana. I have been riding for five years now and love every second of it.
I love it when I am out riding and children wave at me. I hope that I inspire young ladies to want to know more about this new found freedom of riding.

My bike is a very distinctive Yamaha R6 once you walk up to it you know a woman rides it.

Last year I started organizing my own ride and called it “The Secretary’s Ride” the ride is for women riders only. We took a nice ride to Oliver winery and enjoyed the ambiance and scenery, with the support of my club sisters and women we knew that ride it was a total success! This year we plan to do this ride again in August. I am hoping I get a larger turnout or even get some ladies that I haven’t met yet to participate.

This magazine is a great thing to see as a female rider. It encourages me to get out more meet other women riders who have the love for motorcycles like I do. I hope to create more bonds and make more friends this year than ever! Riding for me is not just a hobby it is my lifestyle and I wouldn't change it for anything!




Kim (Special K) Larkins
Indianapolis, IN
Tuesday, March 6, 2018
#6. Nope, Nope, Nope. I'll keep my short hair and hi-viz, thank you very much. No butterflies or pink (ugh) for me. I'm not sure why the heck I need to tell the world my gender. My bike sure doesn't care.

Charlene
Wichita, KS
Saturday, September 9, 2017
Rode a bit when younger and was mostly a passenger and that turned into a couple of bad wrecks so needless to say when hubby started riding about 14 years ago I didn't last as a passenger. My biggest problem always was that since those wrecks and experience driving a big rig I'm cautious. Which seems to be a problem for riders of both sexes around here, so other than hubby, most don't want to ride with me. But I kinda enjoy solo, more not that I don't believe in encouraging others.

I like hi-viz, bright colors, not much gear for girls without the girlie curves but I get quality with accent colors if I can. I have had several different bikes and different brands. I do believe that you should always start small, build your confidence and skills, then hop on up to a ride that takes your breath away.

I always tell other women if you can balance it between your legs then you can ride it. I also tell them not to let hubby, significant other, or salesman talk you into something you're not comfortable with.

Last year I finally found my dream. The color caught my eye first, then the comfort, and the seal on the deal was the price. I have put more miles on this then I have on all of my others in the last 12 years. And I would do more if work and hubby would let me.

I've always been a tomboy but I do love it when you get that "that's a girl" look but I ride with comfort and safety first. I don't believe that gender matters but if you let the world know that women can ride too we help to increase our numbers. Examples are Dot Robinson and Ann Ferrar and the motorcycling Grandma, Hazel Kolb. Knowing women's history in the motorcycling world helps you spread the word.




Joni
Hot Springs, AR
Friday, August 25, 2017
I always dress with my feminine colors but my bike speaks for itself.


Dawn Brinson
Cincinnati, OH
Sunday, May 7, 2017
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