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Hello sisters! I am 49 and just took the course in June. I have a 2007 Yamaha Virago I purchased a week before I started the BRC. I practiced in my cul-de-sac. I don't know how but I passed. I am still pretty fearful and don't ride very far. Back roads near home and only a few miles. But I'm getting more confident each time. I never liked riding on the back of a bike. Now I know why. I'm a rider! I plan on keeping my li'l Lucy for as long as it takes me to feel confident and ready for advancement.

Melina Balsamo
Latham, NY
Tuesday, August 1, 2017
I guess we could all be sisters because I didn't start riding again until I was 50. Loving it and won't go back. My Honda Rebel is now my lifeline to my sanity. I rode for a bit when I was younger, then when I was pregnant in 1988 my family told me to get rid of it and, sadly, I listened. Now, no matter what, it would be the last thing to go. Right on, ride on!


Geri L
Akron, OH
Thursday, July 20, 2017
I just turned 50 and am finally determined not to let any more time go past. I guess I am in very good company with all you amazing ladies! (Permit in hand already. BRC in two weeks. Very nervous, but so excited!)

Pam
Cincinnati, OH
Saturday, July 15, 2017
Good read. I started riding over 10 years ago and am told I get 'Owly' if I don't ride. I, too, started on a Yamaha 250. Excellent choice. It taught me to love the road and expand my boundaries. Now I spend my time (when not riding) researching tiny out of threat places to go to when I get the chance, like riding 2.5 hours for breakfast in a small logging town renowned for their dinner plate-sized cinnamon buns. Or taking a ferry to explore a castle made entirely of embalming bottles. It's all part of the adventure. Welcome to the sisterhood. Travel safe. Ride well.


Marg V
Vancouver Island, Canada
Saturday, July 15, 2017
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