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Liberated: Women Riders Cite a Mind, Body, Spirit Experience

At 47 years old, Pamela Say finally found the “thing” that lights her up inside. Traversing the winding roads of the enchanted hills of Western New York, happiness radiates from her body, transcending anything she has ever experienced before. Curious to know if other women shared this experience, she posted the question on social media. Check out the overwhelming responses.

New Women’s Motorcycle Gear Line Launched by Woman Rider

Combining function and style, Trinity Mototech is a new woman-rider-owned company offering real protection for women motorcyclists who want to look great on and off the bike.

New Bike Review: 2023 Indian Motorcycle Sport Chief

America’s original motorcycle company presents its most powerful performance-oriented cruiser yet. With a host of technology and ride-comfort upgrades, the newest member in the Chief lineup offers premium components for a realistic price.

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Organizing a Successful Large-Scale Women’s Motorcycle Tour

Want to organize and participate in a multi-day motorcycle ride with a large group, but don’t know where to start? Chix on 66 organizer Karan Andrea shares how she made her dream of riding her vintage motorcycle on Route 66 go from a motorcycle tour with a friend to an epic all-women’s group ride.

Motorcycle Racing: How to Start and Women to Cheer For

Like almost every other sport, women all over the world are kicking butt in all segments of motorcycle competition. Learn about some of today’s top women racers, where you can cheer them on, and then find out how you can ride and race, too.

Riding Right: Riding in a Group

Group riding increases the fun factor in motorcycling, but beware, it adds to the risk factor, too. If you’re going to ride in groups, read these 10 tips to make your group ride a safe and happy one.
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