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Most awesome! I'm learning to ride a three wheeler—it is so much fun! They tell me I'm really good with the clutch operation. Maybe because my first car had a 4-speed crashbox (unsynchronized) and I could upshift and downshift like velvet in that car!

Trikes are fun! I see guys on trikes too. Maybe when I'm better at this I will get a dirtbike and leave my detractors in the wake of roostertails!


Bronx Ace
Bronx, NY
Monday, August 20, 2018
I too ride a Can-Am Spyder. I belong to an all-women's riding club, and since I was the first to come with a Spyder, that is my street name.

I started with two when I was younger. Although born a girl, I was "Daddy's first 'boy'." Born in the late 50', it was hard being a tomboy, but I managed.

I didn't ride again until 2007 when I turned 50. I'm on my third Sypder, and will always ride one! I had the RS (yellow), RSS (matte green), and now the RS-T (gold).



Spyder
San Antonio, TX
Monday, August 20, 2018
A good story. I have a H-D trike. I, too, wanted to ride so took the class and passed. We live on a steep, curvy mountainside with dirt roads. Finding a way to practice just wasn’t happening. We went to our dealership one day in January and there sat the most beautiful trike. I test drove one and was hooked. We traded the Sportster for that and I’ve never looked back.

We've taken many mountain rides and many long trips. We are now moving to Montana where it’s a little bit flatter and a lot flatter at our new home. We look forward to new adventures. While I could probably do a 2-wheeler, now, I’m also in my mid-60’s. And I love my Golden Girl. We are a team for life.

Diane
Estes Park, CO
Sunday, August 19, 2018
Yes, "Everything can be accomplished with determination." Learning to ride a motorcycle was on the bucket list. After two riding courses on two wheels, the coach asked if I had considered a trike. Well, that changed everything for me! Passed the 3-wheeled motorcycle training last December and still learning to ride in and around the neighborhood. It's a personal process and one that I have thoroughly enjoyed.

Thank you, Michelle, for sharing your encouraging story. Nice to read about other 3-wheeled riders and relate to those riders.


Patty
Coppell, TX
Saturday, August 18, 2018
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