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Congratulations Sandy! I know that smile.
I started on my own cycle when I was 42 thanks to a very supportive spouse and two kids who thought their mom was "so cool." Now, 23 years later, three grandkids who tracked our travels on maps during our three cross country trips and a Europe riding vacation, I'm still smiling! (It helps with the wrinkles.)
Safe travels!

Joyce
Troutville, VA
Saturday, October 26, 2019
I just passed my MSF course last weekend. It was my second attempt, but I’m so glad I did. My first time I was overwhelmed by my fears of the motorcycle, but I knew I wasn’t ready to stop trying. So my husband found me a motorcycle, a Kawasaki Vulcan 500, and we started training in the local school parking lot. I still have a lot of practice before I start racking up miles, but on my first ride as a licensed driver we did about 70 miles of back roads and it was so exciting! I actually did a happy dance at one of our stops! I’m 46, I have 2 kids and 4 grandchildren, and I’ve wanted to learn to ride for a really long time, so glad I finally did it! It’s never too late to go for our dreams!

Tara
Kodak, TN
Friday, October 13, 2017
I rode my little V Star 250 for 10,043 miles in just over three years, before finally gaining enough confidence to get a bigger bike. I researched "next" bikes for six months, then surprisingly, turned to used when one became available not too far away (60 miles).

It's been seven months of mostly commuting, but I am very happy with my 2004 Yamaha V Star 1100. Recently I took a trip to Colorado and rented an Indian Scout and visited a Harley-Davidson dealership and sat on a Dyna Low Rider and Street 750. Test rides next!

Until four years ago at age 52, I never thought I'd get near a motorcycle. Now I'm plotting vacations around riding! Even my workdays are better when I can ride to the office.


Christine Decker
San Jose, CA
Wednesday, July 12, 2017
I didn't begin my adventure until I was 60 but I have never looked back since. I rode a Honda Rebel 250 for three months and then bought my Harley SuperLow. Fourteen thousand miles afterwards (now 62), I'm still loving it and riding every chance I get!

Nadine Ward
Kechi, KS
Thursday, May 11, 2017
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