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Love the info for women.

Melinda Milligan
Joplin, MO
Sunday, February 05, 2017
Love the list. Thank you. I am a rider of one year and love every minute of it.

Debbie M
Tacoma, WA
Monday, January 30, 2017
I agree with AGATT. I don't leave home without them. Short or long trips. Although helmets are required in NY State, I would wear it if it wasn't a requirement. I obtained my motorcycle license in 1999. I was 46 years old. Now at 63, I ride a 2010 Harley-Davidson Ultra Classic Trike. A trike allows me to transport my husband. I don't want to leave him home alone. He is my biggest supporter and loves to ride with me. He is proud of me and points out to fellow travelers that the trike is mine.


Linda Fraas
East Amherst, NY
Monday, January 30, 2017
Good point on AGATT especially like Florida or Michigan where helmet use is optional. Draggin Jeans are good for abrasion but knees, elbows, and shoulders can and do break when the bike falls over. Even a stopped bike tipover can break or crush your foot, hand, or arm, so good padded armor is essential. Wear good boots. I'm a believer in crash bars as they can keep the weight of the bike off of you a bit. Everyone is going to tip over sometime.

Steve Green
Harbor Springs, MI
Thursday, December 22, 2016
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