The MotoLady’s new book highlights women motorcyclists from around the globe who have contributed to the heritage of motorcycling in a big way. Colorful imagery and words honor female racers, stunters, customizers, creators, influencers, and history-makers.
Riding motorcycles exposes you to the elements which is part of what makes riding so thrilling and rewarding. But this is also why it’s important to make a first aid kit part of your motorcycling “essentials.” My Medic’s Moto Medic kit includes first aid supplies applicable to the specific needs of the most common injuries and ailments that occur both on the road and trail in a neatly organized waterproof case.
Schuberth product expert and Women Riders Now Co-chairwoman, Sarah Schilke, reviews the third generation of the popular modular helmet specifically designed to fit a woman’s face. This latest version gets updated comfort, construction, and visibility features while maintaining the previous version’s trusted safety, ventilation, and aerodynamics.
The first thing to do when buying any motorcycle is make necessary ergonomic adjustments to the handlebars, levers, footpegs and foot controls, seat, and suspension so you can easily reach the grips with a relaxed bend in your elbows with feet and hands comfortably able to use all the controls. We show how we changed a Harley-Davidson Street 750 to better fit a short woman rider.
Its time to start making and checking off your holiday gift list. Weve asked our friends and businesses that have supported women motorcycle riders throughout 2020 to roll out some special savings for our wonderful readers, and we are excited to share them with you now. Thank you for supporting those who support us!
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.