Harley-Davidson believes that nobody rides alone, on the road or through life. That commitment is behind the Harley-Davidson Pink Label Collection. New item debut this year.
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.
Roland Sands Designs makes a bold statement in womens motorcycle riding gear with the intentionally understated Quinn leather jacket.
Held USA is now offering a wide range of womens motorcycling gear including jackets, pants, gloves, boots, and armored casual wear. The expanded womens collection, that we at Women Riders Now are so excited about, includes textile, leather, and denim pieces, offering motorcycle clothing choices for every type of riding and sense of style.
Our review of the Indian Motorcycle Scout was so well received by our readers, we thought wed review the jacket from Indian that complements the motorcycle so well, the ladies brown leather Benjamin jacket.
The black leather Trixie jacket came out from Joe Rocket last season, but is still widely available and listed as new still on the company’s website. The Trixie is a simple, understated 1.2mm, mid-weight leather jacket that works in all three seasons, spring, summer and fall.
If you ride a Harley-Davidson motorcycle, you know pink is more than just a color. Integrating the color pink is an ongoing pledge to those affected by breast cancer—letting them know that nobody rides alone, on the road or through life.
Gone are the days when women riders had to forgo safety and protection for their motorcycling gear in favor of simply looking good. While most motorcycle apparel companies now offer a selection of functional and fashionable riding gear patterned for women’s bodies, there are limited choices for gals who want an fashionable look while riding their motorcycle. Enter the Alpinestars Vika line.
I’m an old soul, no two ways about it; a bit of a rebel, perhaps even a hoodlum. I prefer to stand out by embracing the ‘50s vibe of a motorcycle-riding-James-Dean rather than current trends in biker regalia.
We get excited when a new company starts making quality women’s motorcycle jackets. The latest motorcycle company to branch out into women’s riding gear is Roland Sands Designs (RSD) with its Maven jacket.