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I love this! I love my Honda VTX 1300, but my hubby wants me to have a newer bike as we love to travel. My beloved '04 VTX 1300 is for sale now and I have moved to a 2017 Indian Roadmaster. I LOVE IT!



Margie
Kimberling City, MO
Friday, November 16, 2018
Harley, Indian, Ducati.....I'm just glad to see more women riding! It's enough enough to get some women to get on the back, much less ride their own, and then "touring." You're an inspiration!

Joe Jones
Hampstead, MD
Wednesday, September 26, 2018
Welcome to the Indian family! I have been in love with my 2014 Indian Chief Classic since the day I brought it home—50,000+ miles later, we're a pack of two!

Deb Kornbau
Enola, PA
Thursday, September 20, 2018
"...it was like having an affair with a younger man," "biker chick," "nervous because she was the only woman at the test drive..."

Too many excuses about being a woman here. Let the beautiful, gutsy, ballsy bike do the talking.

RE Almanace
New York, NY
Thursday, September 20, 2018
Editor Response
I'm not really sure why you think these phrases are "excuses" for being a woman. The way I read it, she feels empowered and totally comfortable as a woman—calling oneself a biker-chick isn't a put down. Having an affair with a younger man is exciting and different, and she wrote about being nervous about the bike's size on the test ride, not about being nervous because she was the only woman.

In fact, I love this story because this woman rider is so comfortable being who she is and riding what she wants to!
Tricia Szulewski, Associate Editor
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