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I had just bought my first motorcycle, a Harley-Davidson Sportster 2003 Anniversary Edition. I decided to ride the Sportster into work since the weather was awesome for riding. I rode out of my subdivision and started on my way to work. About five minutes after riding into work I see the Colorado State Patrol car with the lights on. I wasn't speeding and my tags were not expired. So I was confused why I was being pulled over. So I pull over and the State Patrol gets out of his car and asks me if my bike is a Harley-Davidson. "Yes, sir, you can see that is a Harley-Davidson, is this why you pulled me over?" He replied, "Yes, my partner bet breakfast on whether it was a Harley-Davidson." Really? You are making me late for work! I need to go.

Regina
Prior Lake, MN
Saturday, March 20, 2021
Great responses for the stupid questions and/or comments most of us have heard. I hear a variety of stupid things all the time. Some of the comments to me have been rude and even mean. Since I can be very outspoken my usual response is, "It's better to be thought of as a fool, then to open your mouth and remove all doubt," or I sometimes just look at them and say nothing—this is a very effective response as well. Ha ha!

Thanks for this article. It put a smile on my face with the witty comebacks.

Marcy Kearns
Reno, NV
Wednesday, January 22, 2020
I like the minds of the women who run this magazine. Liberating, experienced, and wise. Lead on!


Donna
Baton Rouge, LA
Thursday, October 3, 2019
Editor Response
Thanks Donna—we need your support—and your voices too! It's you, the reader, who continue to make this web site the leading source for women motorcyclists.

We would love to hear and share your story in our "Your Stories" section. If you are interested, these submission guidelines will help get you started.
Thanks, and ride on!
Szulewski Tricia
I took an MSF course to learn to ride a motorcycle and get my license. The instructor told us, "you will drop your bike your first year of riding." I didn't.

Liz
Graham, NC
Wednesday, September 25, 2019
Editor Response
As a MSF RiderCoach, I cringe when I hear some of the dumb things other coaches say to new riders. I'm glad you didn't listen to his nonsense. There are plenty of people who don't drop their motorcycles, and there is no guarantee one way or another.
Tricia Szulewski, Editor
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