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Nice article. I enjoyed reading about your love of riding. I live in Hendersonville but I just happened to be in Hot Springs yesterday. I ride alone most of the time, well, me and my dog. If you would be interested in riding sometime drop me a line.

Angela McDowell
Hendersonville, NC
Monday, April 18, 2016
Editor Response
Hi Angela,
I see in your comments to this and another reader story that you're trying to connect with the authors of these stories. These are older stories so I'm not sure if the authors of these stories will see your request. The best place on Women Riders Now to reach out to other riders in your area is the WRN Forum. I encourage you to sign up and start postinga about meeting other riders in your area. Good luck.
Genevieve Schmitt, Editor
I'm with Amber - getting ready to buy my first bike and I'm scared and thrilled! This article made me feel a little less fear.

Kerry Delaney
Toronto, ON, Canada
Thursday, January 31, 2013
Love your story. It's good to know that those kind of feelings are normal and a good thing. Thanks

Franzes Wali
Stafford, VA
Thursday, January 10, 2013
When I saw the tummy tickles, I thought, that's what I felt when I started riding, but never could come up with a name for it. Actually, the tickles sometimes went through my whole body. I started riding when I was almost 53 years old and and now 62 and still love it. I don't ever want to give it up. I too, had a Honda Shadow Spirit 750 as my fourth bike, but when it didn't have enough power to keep up with my husband's Harley, I traded my beloved Honda in on a Harley-Davidson Nightster 1200. Being so short didn't leave many options for the kind of bike I could get that had more power.

I love seeing women out on bikes and have seen a dramatic increase in women riders since I started riding. So all you women out there who want to ride, get out and do it. If I could learn at 52, anyone can. Just beware of those tummy tickles because it's excitement that you're on your own bike and a healthy fear to go with that excitement.

Linda Eade
Easley, SC
Saturday, June 16, 2012
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