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Great responses for the stupid questions and/or comments most of us have heard. I hear a variety of stupid things all the time. Some of the comments to me have been rude and even mean. Since I can be very outspoken my usual response is, "It's better to be thought of as a fool, then to open your mouth and remove all doubt," or I sometimes just look at them and say nothing—this is a very effective response as well. Ha ha!

Thanks for this article. It put a smile on my face with the witty comebacks.

Marcy Kearns
Reno, NV
Wednesday, January 22, 2020
I like the minds of the women who run this magazine. Liberating, experienced, and wise. Lead on!


Donna
Baton Rouge, LA
Thursday, October 3, 2019
Editor Response
Thanks Donna—we need your support—and your voices too! It's you, the reader, who continue to make this web site the leading source for women motorcyclists.

We would love to hear and share your story in our "Your Stories" section. If you are interested, these submission guidelines will help get you started.
Thanks, and ride on!
Szulewski Tricia
I took an MSF course to learn to ride a motorcycle and get my license. The instructor told us, "you will drop your bike your first year of riding." I didn't.

Liz
Graham, NC
Wednesday, September 25, 2019
Editor Response
As a MSF RiderCoach, I cringe when I hear some of the dumb things other coaches say to new riders. I'm glad you didn't listen to his nonsense. There are plenty of people who don't drop their motorcycles, and there is no guarantee one way or another.
Tricia Szulewski, Editor
#4 is not true. There are times that you may have to lay your bike down. My son had to lay his down to avoid hitting the lady in the car in front of him who pulled out in front of him. He changed lanes to avoid her, she changed lanes in front of him, he changed lanes again and so did she. She crossed three lanes of traffic claiming she had plenty of room. He had to lay it down to avoid hitting her.

Kathy
Edmonds, WA
Wednesday, September 18, 2019
Editor Response
It's unfortunate that there are some really bad drivers out there and others who seem blatantly out to get us! It's too bad your son wasn't able to anticipate or see this driver with enough time to get far enough away from her before they collided. I hope he is ok.
Tricia Szulewski, Editor
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