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Love this I'm new to riding and have struggled but have decided to not stop. I was going to sell my bike but changed my mind. I will get this and will become a better biker even if I have to do it alone.

Melissa
Monticello, KY
Saturday, November 18, 2017
I am a female rider with eight years experience. I strongly believe in female empowerment, which is why I am the organizer of a ladies riding group. However, I am appalled that you chose to publish this story. Responsible riders believe in All The Gear All The Time, and prize safety above all else! I would never champion wearing just a t-shirt and jeans on a bike, and I strongly encourage any person who approaches me wanting to ride to take a certified class.

Currently I am in recovery from my second bike accident. This one would have been fatal had I not been wearing full gear. My helmet destroyed and although I suffer from a severe concussion, all my limbs are intact and undamaged, thanks to quality gear. Accidents can and do happen. In my group we take advanced riding classes together, learn basic bike maintenance and exchange safety tips.

Camille
Atlanta, GA
Friday, November 17, 2017
Great article. I was in a similar situation in Ireland. I own the same bike as Fatima. I wish the article stated how tall she is and if she is small how she copes with it. I struggle some days and haven't ridden for quite a number of years. I had a child so time has been an issue.

Sarah
Cork, Ireland
Wednesday, November 15, 2017
It brings pride to my heart knowing that there are women out there taking a chance in life to actually start living the dream. So much love, honor, and respect to you all.


Sonja Eloff
Port Edward, South Africa
Wednesday, November 15, 2017
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