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For those that still don't get it—All The Gear, All The Time. I also survived a major accident. It does change your outlook on a lot of things. My biggest issue was a brain injury—that diagnosis alone is hard for family and friends to hear. It took me a long time to remember who I was and how to walk and talk again. I survived because of my helmet; protective gear minimized other injuries. It took a lot of time and work to get to where I am now. When you are sitting on the porch wishing you could still ride, tell yourself again why you wouldn't wear all that uncomfortable stuff. Give me a wave as I go by. I am riding again!

Susan
Syracuse, NY
Wednesday, November 1, 2017
Thank you for sharing your story, Brittany. You are an amazing woman! Glad you are using your life experience to help others ride as safely as possible. Many blessings and prayers to you and your family.

Julie
Chicopee, MA
Wednesday, November 1, 2017
Britt is a committed and dedicated young lady. We met years ago while we were at the International Motorcycle Show for Raci-Babi helmet liners. I was so impressed by her forthrightness and educational presentation. I forever am ATGATT [All The Gear, All The Time] now.

Anna Hood
Hernando Beach, FL
Tuesday, October 31, 2017
I wear a 3x ladies size. Most, if not all, bike clothing I wear are in men’s sizes. I end up with 5x and 6x clothes that are two big in the wrong places and not big enough elsewhere.
I am told that the women's rider market is not big enough to address sizing for women.
I take my chances with what I can find.
Riding in ill-fitting clothes is not fun.

Roz Woodcock
Burlington, ON, Canada
Tuesday, October 31, 2017
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