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Thank you to all of the fearless women riders who have so kindly responded to my story! My book—Riding Soulo—was released October 1, 2019 and is available online where all books are sold. #Bessieandme #RidingSoulo #AgeBoldly


Debi Tolbert Duggar
Winter Haven, FL
Tuesday, December 3, 2019
Wonderful life story and how motorcycling can save us, refresh us, pick us up, and help us reach our goals.
Thank you ... this came at great time for me to get my butt back in the seat!

Joyce
Troutville, VA
Saturday, October 26, 2019
Great read, thank you for sharing your story. After losing a couple of good friends in a short period of time I sold my bike. I was scared and nervous to ride but it’s been like missing part of me. I’ve been thinking I’ll buy another this winter. Happy travels to you.

Kristi
Minturn, CO
Tuesday, October 22, 2019
Ten years ago (at the age of 50), I learned to ride. In July, I purchased a Harley-Davideson Sportster, rode 11,000 miles in my first season, and attended my first women's motorcycle event—"Celebrate Women Riders" in Milwaukee. Karen Davidson was so kind to sign her book for me, the very first in my collection of books written by WindSisters.

Today, I submitted my mileage form to HOG (Harley Owners Group) for my 100,000 mile pin (actually I'm at 104,500) and have been reminiscing about all of the phenomenal women riders I have met along the way and have had the privilege to ride with! I have been inspired by riders like Susan Loucks, Ellie Rains, Amy Skaling, Viv McCain, Lori Stegle, Diane Meier, Cat Hammes, Cris Sommer Simmons, Vicki Roberts-Sanfelipo, Gloria Struck, Lori Struck DeSilva, Colleen Moriarty, Sheri Ciecko Sandoval, Robin Cullen, Susan Kenealy, Linda Dalton, Greer Stewart, RiderCoaches, and so many more. Thank you for the 100,000 smiles, the 100,000 waves, and the 100,000 friendships! Wonder what a 1,000,000 miles will feel like?




Michele Wierzgac
Fort Mill, SC
Monday, October 21, 2019
Editor Response
Wow! Thank you for sharing your story. While all of these women named here inspired you (and many more riders just like you), you yourself are an inspiration for others! Keep on riding and showing the world that women ride too!
Tricia Szulewski, Editor
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