If you have long hair and ride a motorcycle you already know about impossible knots and damaged hair you can get from letting your hair fly in the wind. Women looking for ideas on how to solve the issue of protecting their hair from tangles and wind damage will love this new product made by a woman for women.
I’ve tried many helmet liners and hair wraps over the years, all designed to conquer the dreaded helmet hair—hair that comes out of a helmet all jagged and spiky going this way and that. Most women riders and passengers throw on a baseball cap (yours truly included) as their way of going through the day with the unkempt hairstyle. Haven’t you noticed I’m usually wearing a cap in all my photos?
We love to give a shout out to the companies that advertise their products on WRN, and at the time of this posting, DareDevil Durags is the latest headwrap company to showcase their stylish, practical, and super comfortable elastic band “durags” for women and men on our website. The owners were kind enough to send me a few to wear and test.
Whether or not you wear a helmet, its nice to keep stray hairs secure so you dont end up with a rats nest on your head after your motorcycle ride. There are a lot of headwraps to choose from, but at Women Riders Now (WRN), we love the quality and comfort of the headwraps, bands and beanies from DesignWraps.
Women Riders Now (WRN) is kicking off the Winter season with our quarterly gift guide of exclusive deals on motorcycle-inspired products just for WRN readers. You wont find these anywhere else, so if youre reading this page, you can take advantage of these deals. Just follow the instructions for each item when ordering. Whether you’re shopping for yourself or for loved ones, thanks for shopping here!
It’s that time of year again—holiday shopping season! At WRN, our advertisers truly value women motorcycle riders. Thats why many of them are offering you exclusive deals for the holidays. Check out these great products and start shopping.
I’ve tried many products over the years to protect my long hair from knotting up while riding my motorcycle. All summer, I wore and tested the Wrapter, a skinny tube of stretchy rayon/spandex-blend fabric that rolls up over your ponytail.
Harley-Davidson is adding new items to its popular Pink Label Collection, one of the most successful collections in the company’s MotorClothes line. A portion of proceeds from the sale of every Pink Label item helps fund the YourShoes 24/7 Support Center, an organization that supports patients and families affected by breast cancer.
VaVaVroom is featuring a pink “Chopper Chic” Collection boutique style T-shirt in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. This is a limited edition chopper inspired tee with a feminine touch. And Hot Leathers is featuring a pink ribbon head wrap in a stylish design that expresses your support for breast cancer awareness.
Its an unwritten rule in motorcycling culture to stop for a distressed rider. Of course, rider ethics go well beyond the open road as motorcyclists often stop on the journey of life to help those in need – rider and non-rider alike. In the spirit of that support, Harley-Davidson is introducing a new clothing line designed to aid those touched by breast cancer.