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I would like to find someone (female) to ride with! I have a Harley and I also enjoy off road riding. There are a ridiculous amount of places to ride here. I'm basically shy, and I found one group, but it's in another part of the state. I've taken a class (to get my endorsement), but that was some time ago.
I suppose since winter is around the corner, maybe I'll put something out there this spring and see if I can find any females who want to ride with me. I don't mind riding alone, but it sure would be fun to find a girl to travel with!

Sandy VF
Boise, ID
Wednesday, September 23, 2020
Editor Response
Hi Sandy,
One great way to find a riding buddy is to join a riding group, or attend one of its functions. Check out our listing of women's motorcycle riding groups here.
Best of luck!
Tricia Szulewski, Editor
Thanks for the articles. I have only been riding for a couple of years. I have a riding buddy but he is out of town for extended stretches and I have no one to ride with. I have ridden on the street alone but never off road alone, which is what I love to ride. Because I'm fairly inexperienced I'm hesitant to show up alone to one of the local rides, off road or street.

Frances
Pensacola, FL
Sunday, June 24, 2018
Don't rely on others, start your own group in your community. My hubby (and best riding partner) and I started a riders group at our church and this is how we met our two best couple riding buddies. (It's not just singles that need buddies, but couples too.) Use social media to connect and plan, and easily add more riders to the group. If you explore your other social (or work) groups, you might find a few other riders that you already have a connection with, then create. Be your own advocate and have fun!

Kim
Denver, CO
Thursday, September 14, 2017
Thank you for the well written article. I have been riding for about 50 years (probably one of the first female riders on the eastern shore). I started with a mini-bike at 8 years old and just kept going. I am so excited to see so many female riders these days from all walks of life. I usually ride solo because even though I am a member of a small female riding club here in Tidewater, Virginia, it just seems when events are planned I am working. I do, however, offer to mentor whenever possible and always offer advice and answer any questions that new riders have. Anything I can do to encourage female riders to get out there and experience the bliss of two-wheeled touring I will do. Good suggestion on stopping at dealerships. I do that myself on occasion.

Thank you again for the article. And ladies, never stop trying. Age is but a number and motorcycle riding keeps you young!


Laurel Mason
Va Beach, VA
Thursday, September 14, 2017
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