Feature Articles, Rallies & Events / July 27, 2006 June 28, 2021 Click on images for a larger view Sarah Schilke represents G Line, women’s motorcycle apparel by Hein Gericke. Becky Cohen and Lizz Egan of Minstrel Cycles, a motorcycle T-shirt company. The clever tagline blocked by Lizz’s hand says Go with the flow. “Our company name was inspired by a friend who was having girly problems. She couldn’t say the name right.” Robin Mahaffey of “Robin’s Ride for Women” was promoting her cross-country solo journey where she’s raising money for charity. Tina Holleander owns Motolight, a company making halogen riding lights. A lot of women like these extra set of lights on their bike because of the increased safety factor. Petra Lattmann, owner of VtwinMama.com, an advice column, poses with some of her fans. Sara Cole of Sara Dean, Inc. modeling one of her motorcycle jackets. She recently started manufacturing women’s jackets because, “I was tired of looking like a boy when I ride and I don’t like pink and flowers.” Harley-Davidson had a big display showcasing women’s riding apparel and motorcycles. Claire Maguire, a regional sales manager with Helmet House, Inc., helps out at the She-Rides booth. Helmet House distributes Tour Master, a product sold by She-Rides. Visit Part 1 of the story here.
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I love the Sara Dean, Inc. jackets, where can I get them. They look beautiful.
The Web site for Sara Dean is saradeaninc.com. I have seen the jackets up close. My advice to you is to be sure you try it on before buying. I think you really need to see these jackets in person.