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Your Reviews

Reader Review: SW-MOTECH Legend Gear LC Saddlebags

Quick-release retro styled canvas panniers for a vintage look and modern convenience

11/1/2020, By Gosia Paszczuk, Naugatuck, Connecticut
WRN reader Gosia Paszczuk shares her thoughts on SW-MOTECH's Legend Gear waxed canvas side bags that she says are stuffable and stylish. Read her review, then consider sending us a review of your own.
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inView Wireless Helmet Brake and Turn Signal System

Alert distracted drivers and stay safe while riding your motorcycle

10/15/2020, By Kathy Spencer, Bristol, Connecticut
Voted “Women’s Favorite Safety Item” at last year’s AIMExpo, the inView wireless helmet brake and turn signal system makes riders more visible by adding bright, attention-grabbing lighting up high where it’s easy for other motorists to see.
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Review: MotoChic Gear Lauren Sport Bag—Designed by a Woman Rider for Women Riders!

Perfect bag for daily riders

9/13/2018, By Lindsay Casperson, Austin, Texas
WRN Revved-Up Women Influencer Lindsay Casperson gives us her take on the Lauren Sport backpack/tote from Motochic.
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Review: California Heat Women’s Electrically Heated Clothing

Electric jacket, pants, and gloves keep you warm while riding your motorcycle

11/20/2019, By Debra Christos and Tricia Szulewski, Editor
Extend the motorcycle riding season with California Heat's heated riding gear—plug in, stay warm, and continue the ride.
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Video Review: How To Ride Your Motorcycle Without Using the Clutch Lever

Solve those annoying clutch / throttle handling issues for good! Free shipping for WRN readers too!

By Genevieve Schmitt
Feathering the clutch while rolling on the throttle is one of the most challenging aspects of learning to ride for women. Here's a product that eliminates the need to use the clutch altogether.
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Review: Leather Motorcycle Jacket with Braided Detail Made in USA

This rider tries out wearing leather for the first time

9/21/2016, By Fran Mayko, Milford, Connecticut; Photos by Tricia Szulewski
An experienced rider puts her preconceived notions about leather motorcycle jackets aside and gives a Hot Leathers ladies jacket a try. Read her review and about how her long-time assumptions were wrong.
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Video Reader Review: BMW F 700 GS

Cruiser rider transitions to a dual sport and tells us why

8/30/2016, By Genevieve Schmitt, Editor
WRN reader Michele Karaffa Cage used to ride a cruiser, but she wanted to ride on gravel roads. Listen to her tell us why she chose the BMW F 700 GS as her do-all motorcycle.
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Video Reader Review: Harley-Davidson Dyna Switchback

The easier-to-handle touring motorcycle

8/4/2015
The Harley-Davidson Dyna Switchback has a big following among women riders who want the power, comfort, and storage of a big touring motorcycle, but don't want the bulk and "big-ness" of the bigger bike. Watch this short video review by a WRN reader.
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A New Rider's First Overnight Solo Motorcycle Trip

Riding a Ducati Monster 696 to the Tail of the Dragon and Overland Expo East

By Melissa Wilkinson, Lakeland, Florida
This year was a year of firsts; my first over-5,000 mile ride on Bruno, a 2014 Ducati Monster 696, and my first presentation at the 2014 Overland Expo East in Asheville, North Carolina. I’ve only been riding for two years and to have these two things accomplished on my second year of riding seems almost cosmic.
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Video Review: Adjustable Brake and Clutch Levers for Small and Big Hands

Dial in the right reach on your motorcycle

Adjustable brake and clutch levers are standard fare on most sport touring motorcycles, sportbikes, and some metric cruisers. But on Harley-Davidson models as well as the new Indian motorcycles, the levers from the factory are not adjustable, so riders with smaller hands struggle to reach the levers.
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