The color pink.

Women either love it or hate it. Men, I think, are pretty much indifferent.

Because there are more women than ever before riding motorcycles, we’re seeing many of them express themselves by painting their motorcycles pink.

No matter how you feel about pink, it does attract your attention. Take a look at some of the photos of pink bikes weve photographed or collected over the years and tell us what you think in the comments below. And if you have a pink motorcycle youd like to add send it to us with your name, where youre from, and some information about the bike and well add it to this photo essay. Thanks!

DeSiree Archie from Chicago, Illinois, shares her three pink vehicles with us. Desiree customized her 2007 Harley-Davidson Sportster 883 to reflect her love of pink, and then again on her 2007 Harley-Davidson Street Glide which has been her two-wheeled ride since 2009. Her four-wheeled ride is a Jeep Wrangler with subtle pink accents.
Laurie Dunn from Elk Grove, California, rides this 2007 Yamaha V Star 1300. When she got it, the bike was blue and mismatched before it took on the beautiful pink hue you see here.
pink motorcycles maria saucedo heritage softail
Maria Saucedo from Houston, Texas, rides her dream bike, this 2002 Harley-Davidson Heritage Softail named Rosie. It’s adorned with Swarovski crystal accents around the speedometer, in the eyes of the skull gas tank cover, and on the windshield pouch.
Amy Lux from Kingman, Kansas, rides this 2008 Kawasaki Vulcan Nomad 1600 which was named Sexy Chocolate when she purchased it. The pink pearl paint and pink led lights set off the bike’s name that’s painted on the saddlebags and etched into the custom seat.
pink motorcycles barbara paige v star silverado
Barbara Paige from Chicago, Illinois has ridden her big, beautiful customized pink 2003 Yamaha 1100 V Star Silverado named Pinky from Chicago to as far as Sturgis, South Dakota.
pink motorcycles jodie wilkey v star 950
Jodie Wilkey rides her 2009 Yamaha V Star 950 nicknamed Eleanor because of the attitude it portrays. The awesome paint job is by Eddie Davids Art. Jodie has been riding for several years and her prize-winning bike turns lots of heads as she cruises past the white sand beaches and green waters of her native Florida’s Emerald Coast.
pink motorcycles shelly pink angel breast cancer fatboy
Pink Angel is a 2005 Harley-Davidson Fatboy that belongs to Shelly Griffith of Pearland, Texas. Shelly rides it to bike shows and events to support a local 503c breast cancer foundation called Sisters Helping Sisters. Shelly thinks Pink Angel is a beautiful bike, but the conversations about cancer it provokes is worth much more than the ghosted flamed paint, chrome accessories, alligator seat, or pink powdercoated engine. This bike stands for strength, caring, and fighters.
pink motorcycles sherry carroll sportster 883 low
Sherry Carroll from Clinton, Iowa, rides this 2010 Harley Davidson Sportster 883 Low that her boyfriend surprised her with last year! He knew Sherry loved pink and wanted a bike with flames that represents how she feels about life. But Sherry’s favorite part of the Sporty is the breast cancer symbol on the bike’s front fender because her mom is a six-year survivor.
pink motorcycles shelly voyager trike road king
Jodie White from Fort Worth, Texas, had a Voyager three-wheel conversion kit installed on her pink 2006 Harley-Davidson Road King police edition motorcycle. The kit is detachable, turning the trike back into a two-wheeler with little effort.
pink motorcycles katherine cowin street glide
Katherine Cowin from Tacoma, Washington, enjoys riding what she named “Bling Baby” with her local HOG chapter. This beauty is a 2017 Harley-Davidson Street Glide Special. The gorgeous paint job is courtesy of Bigfatys in Federal Way, Washington.
pink motorcycles road queens street bob
Destiny has been riding for 7 years, and is a prospective member of the Road Queens MC in California. She customized her Harley-Davidson Dyna Street Bob to be an amazing hot pink touring bike.
pink motorcycles courtney bouchard suzuki gsxr 1000 ninja 636
Courtney Bouchard (Mz PINK) from Boston, Massachusetts, has not one, but two beautiful pink sportbikes. The 2003 Kawasaki Ninja 636, above left, is pink with silver diamonds adorning it, and has won more than 40 bike show trophies.But the 2006 Suzuki GSXR 1000 is Courtney’s dream bike that she built with pink, teal, and silver glitter hand-painted graphics. The 12-inch-stretched swingarm and 240 tire turns lots of heads, and the bike has its own share of first place trophies. You go girl!
pink motorcycles tracie suzuki intruder
Tracie Zabokrtsky from south Georgia has been riding for two years. She is an advocate for safe riding courses and says the skills she learned in handling a motorcycle through turns and safe breaking techniques saved her life on more than one occasion. Here she shows off some of those skills on her 2003 Suzuki Intruder 1500 that she calls “Ms. Trudy.”
pink motorcycles rebecca thompson suzuki marauder
Rebecca Thompson from Tyler, Texas, has been riding for a little more than two years. Her flat black 1999 Suzuki Marauder was given bright pink highlights by her husband on the fender strut, air cleaner cover, and tank badge.
Jessica Desiano from Columbus, North Carolina, thinks Yamaha made the 2009 FZ6R with pink graphics just for her!
Kylie from Perth, Western Australia, loves riding the country roads on her 2010 Suzuki Hayabusa. She has clocked more than 80,000 km on the pink and white supersport!
If Margie Biermans pink hippo-themed 2004 Honda VTX 1300S looks familiar, its because we featured it as a Readers Ride back in March, 2015. Read about the motorcycle that memorializes Bubbles the hippo here.
Dawn Brinson from Cincinnati, Ohio, added pink gauges to her silver leaf/pink pinstriped 2014 Harley-Davidson Street Glide Special to light up the night in pink.
Jeri Coats from Hoyt, Kansas, is 64 and has been riding for 15 years. She’s the President of the Topeka chapter of Women in the Wind and rides this 2012 Harley-Davidson Dyna Switchback that’s modified with a full fairing and lovely pink paint.
pink motorcycles custom street glide paint heart shaped
Angela Johnson from Los Angeles, California, looks lovely in leather while seated on her 2003 Harley-Davidson Road King Classic, which has been customized to look like a hot pink Street Glide. Named “Sweetheart,” the bike is adorned with hearts, from the 23-inch front wheel to the sweeping rear fender. Besides hearts painted subtly into the pink paint, the taillight, turn signals, and gauges are all heart-themed. Best of all, heart shaped lighting is projected onto the ground at night. Give this sweetheart a big thumbs up when you see her zoom past!
pink motorcycles suzuki intruder 1400
April Turner from Duluth, Minnesota, considers herself pretty lucky. Her husband customized her 1996 Suzuki Intruder 1400 for April’s 50th birthday!
pink motorcycles yamaha v start 650 classic
Bethany Stevenson from Carlisle, New York, enjoys riding her 2000 Yamaha V Star 650 Classic that sports an interesting pink/purple camo graphic theme.
pink motorcycles harley davidson night train
Kristi from Cedar Rapids, Iowa, rides this custom-painted hot pink Harley-Davidson Night Train.
pink motorcycles 2005 Harley Davidson sportster 883
Texan Sherry Alberts, aka Barbie, is 45 and has been riding since 1999. This is her hot little custom-painted pink 2005 Harley-Davidson Sportster 883.
pink motorcycles bmw s 100 rr
Elaina Coleman from Las Vegas, Nevada, turned her 2009 Yamaha R6 into a pink and white tribute to her home country of Australia. She’s been riding sportbikes for four years and now owns a BMW S 1000 RR that she’ll be customizing very soon. If she paints it pink, we’ll be sure to add it to this story!
pink motorcycles 2008 suzuki boulevard
This pink zebra-striped 2008 Suzuki Boulevard is ridden proudly by its owner, Gina Merritt from Grand Prairie, Texas.
pink motorcycles Harley Davidson Heritage Softail Classic
Paula Sword from McDonough, Georgia, lost her mother to breast cancer in 1984 and is a 10-year survivor herself. Her beautiful 2012 Harley-Davidson Heritage Softail Classic pays tribute to her mother by incorporating a tasteful pink lace “stencil” from the pattern on her mother’s wedding dress, and an original design of her parents dancing on the tank. Note the pink reflectors, which are actually pink crystals purchased from Michael’s craft store!
pink motorcycles harley davidson deuce
This custom 2004 Harley-Davidson Deuce belongs to Julia Brandt from Hollister, California. Besides the custom hot pink paint job, the bike sports custom wheels, seat, and lots of chrome.
pink motorcycles diva yamaha roadstar 1700
Diva, from Melbourne, Florida, has not one, but two pink bikes. Her 2005 Suzuki Hayabusa, named Christine, is customized in pink, white and silver. Her 2007 Yamaha Roadstar 1700, named Sasha (shown here), is customized for a retro feel in pink and white with whitewall tires. Diva and Sasha will be featured in a segment on women riders for Velocity Channel’s Southern Classics at Biketoberfest that will air in March 2017.
pink motorcycles suzuki m90 boulevard
Kharma from Atlanta, Georgia, regularly rides her pink-flamed 2014 Suzuki M90 Boulevard with the Street Angels women’s motorcycle club.
pink motorcycles sportster 1200 breast cancer
Becky Smith from McRae, Georgia, rides this customized Harley-Davidson Sportster 1200. In 2005 Becky had a bilateral mastectomy and is cancer-free today. The pink “whitewall” tires were created as a joint effort between the Susan G. Komen foundation and Harley-Davidson to support the fight against breast cancer.
 pink motorcycles V star 1100 cobra exhaust
Lynn Powers from Topeka, Kansas, rides this pink and lace 2005 Yamaha V Star 1100, named Pink Demon. It honors her mother who suffered from breast cancer. Lynn’s husband customized the bike with all the chrome a girl could want, including Cobra exhaust, engine guards, and more. But the Day of the Dead art on the fuel tank is Lynn’s jewel. The artwork reminds her to “live, love and ride” while watching her back on every ride.
Pink Motorcycles tourer
Susan Barnett of Dallas, Texas, got her blush-colored beauty as a Valentine’s gift. Nearly everything is custom! To see incredible detail shots of her bike visit Your Motorcycles on WRN.
Pink Motorcycles Susan Burnett
Nearly every component on Susan’s pink pride is custom including this heart-shaped air cleaner cover. Close ups of all the custom components can be seen in the where this bike is featured.
 
Pink Motorcycles Kawasaki Ninja 650
Marti Randall’s husband, Cliff, built her this customized Kawasaki Ninja 650 when Marti said one day, “I want a pink sportbike with a matching pink outfit.” Marti, from Ballantrae, Ontario, Canada, had been riding a tricked out 1999 Harley-Davidson Fat Boy, but got the sudden urge to ride a pink pony. Most of the customizing on the 650 was done with Marti’s input. For example, Marti, at 5 feet 8 inches, wanted the seat height lowered. So a lowering kit was installed in the front and back, and the seat foam was slimmed down for a 2-inch overall drop in seat height.
Pink Motorcycles Barbie
Sonya Gordon of Texas loves Barbie so much she painted her Kawasaki Ninja 650R in bubble gum pink with pictures of the lovable doll all over it! To see more of her Barbie bike visit our story here.
We caught this woman off guard as she was parking her Suzuki Hayabusa, tastefully done in hot pink accents.
Pink Motorcycles Harley-Davidsons
Pink next to pink! Spotted at the2014 Steel Horse Sisterhood Summit, two custom-painted Harley-Davidsons. We love the matching jacket and helmet, each in pink and white.
Pink Motorcycles bagger
Hard to believe this hot pink bagger started out as a Softail. Some serious customization’s been done to make this pink prize stand out!
Pink Motorcycles Dot Robinson bike
That’s some serious pink. This is Betty Fauls, daughter of Motor Maids co-founder and pioneering rider, Dot Robinson. Dot rode this sidecar motorcycle in her later years, up until age 82. This photo was taken of Betty at the Harley-Davidson MDA Women’s Ride in Daytona Beach a few years ago.
Pink Motorcycles Brittany Morrow
Brittany Morrow, the rider behind RockTheGear.org promotes "all the gear all the time" after an accident left her with serious road rash. We think she rocks on her hot pink and black Yamaha R6 draggin a knee as she rounds a corner.
Pink Motorcycles Stephanie Burnett
Stephanie Burnett graduated top of her class from Motorcycle Mechanics Institute (MMI) in September. She proudly rides this pink and black Yamaha R6. “That pink and black sportbike gave me a sense of freedom and confidence. It also led me to the sportbike community.” Congratulations on your MMI graduation Stephanie!
Pink Motorcycles Harley-Davidson Pink Metal Flake
Harley-Davidson started thinking pink when it introduced this pink metal flake paint scheme shown on its
2012 Sportster Seventy-Two model a couple of years ago at the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally.
Pink Motorcycles BMW R 1200 GS
She made a bright pink splash in the parade at an AMA Women Motorcycling Conference on her BMW R 1200 GS.
Pink Motorcycles Ridley
Remember Ridley Motorcycles? These automatic motorcycles built up a decent following of women riders in the mid-2000s because they were so low and easy to ride. This woman went all out with the pale pink and white color scheme, complimenting her Ridley with a matching helmet and jacket.
Pink Motorcycles Dyna Street Bob
This rider from L.A. couldn’t be cuter on her black Harley-Davidson Dyna Street Bob with hot pink accents.
This was taken in 2006 and was one of the first women I photographed with a pink motorcycle.
Pink Motorcycles Kawasaki Vulcan
A company called Britt Motorsports added hot pink flames and rims to this Kawasaki Vulcan it customized.
Pink Motorcycles chopper
Pink even got in on the chopper craze act in the mid 2000s. Id love to know if a man or a woman owned this bike.
And for those who can’t get enough of pink, Icon made sure it had gear for all those pink passionistas. While these outfits are no longer available, there’s still plenty of pink motorcycle apparel from companies like Harley-Davidson (pink is its best selling color!) and other manufacturers. If you think the motorcycle industry is done with pink, think again. Its just getting started!
Pink Motorcycles victory kingpin
Carolee Langer from Colorado Springs gets tons of compliments and often catches people taking pictures of her smokin hot, purply-pink 2005 Victory Kingpin 1500 named "Chuckie." The beautifully-done realistic flames were painted by Brad Ames from Bradass Designs using House of Kolors Hot Pink Candy and Candy Apple Red. Chuckie even pulled in a trophy from the 2013 Women on Wheels International Ride-In Bike Show as the Peoples Choice award winner.
Pink Motorcycles shadow aero
Coleen Murphy loves pink motorcycles so much, this Honda Shadow Aero 750 is the Motor Maid members second pink bike! Originally burgundy, the Honda began its life in Nova Scotia, Canada, and is content as a much lighter shade of red (pink) amongst the palm trees in Florida. Coleens husband painted the bike himself, and Coleen added Swarovski crystals to the tank bib, odometer rim, and saddlebags to give it more bling in the Florida sun. Coleen tells us the bike, which she named "My Therapist," is very loved and much ridden. We believe you, Coleen!
Pink Motorcycles shadow VLX
Heres Coleens first bike, a Honda Shadow VLX 600, which her hubby also painted for her. She tells us he refused to ride either pink bike, even to test them for mechanical issues. Thats one way to keep your husband off your bike!
Pink Motorcycles honda vtx11300R
This is Chloe Trivelpieces 2009 Honda VTX1300R. The U.S. Army Gulf War veteran always wears a pink bandana and a black jacket with pink stripe to match the realistic pink flame paint on her Honda. Chloes VTX was painted by a man suitably named "Joe Painter," from Pueblo, Colo.
Pink Motorcycles softail deluxe sandie achor
Sandie Achors 2008 Harley-Davidson Softail Deluxe, Pink Beauty, sparkles with more than 4,000 Swarovski crystals and ten pink ribbons. We love all the extra pink accents, such as the pink custom lighting and spark plug wires. Sandie says she enjoys riding the bike to cancer awareness events.
Pink Motorcycles sportster shellie feldman
Shellie Feldmans Harley-Davidson 1200 Sportster Custom, Baby Girl, is her best friend. Shellie is the Sportys second owner, and it was just her luck to find it set up just the way she would have wanted. Its been lowered and has a solo seat, bling on the license plate and gas tank, and the perfect-color graphics—pink! Shellie says the bike screams, "I am pink, hear me roar!"
Pink Motorcycles flo fuhr
Flo Fuhr is the founder of the Conga Ride, that started in 2008 when she bought a motorcycle from Florida and invited her Internet friends from all over the country to ride along with her as she passed through their towns on her way home to British Columbia from Florida. The seventh Conga Ride took place this year with participants raising money for breast cancer research. Pink seemed an appropriate color for Flos motorcycle. Check out this video from the Conga Ride IV, and read more about it here.
Pink Motorcycles BMW R 1200 GS Marylee Jackson
This 2009 BMW R 1200 GS belongs to Marylee Jackson from Greenville, South Carolina. She quit her job and Marylee spent the month of September with her boyfriend riding out west. The Beemers pink and black zebra-striped tank and black/pink saddle received numerous compliments on the 8,000-mile trip.
Pink Motorcycles fat boy
Jacquee loves to look glamorous on her pink crystallized 2006 Harley-Davidson Fat Boy. More than 45,000 individually hand set Swarovski crystals adorn the glowing beauty.
Pink Motorcycles ridley Kim Gist
This luscious pink and white 2005 Ridley Auto-Glide named Hope was sent in by Kim Gist of Lexington, South Carolina.
Pink Motorcycles donna lynn cadiz
This very special Kawasaki Ninja 250, Lil Pink, was painted to support breast cancer awareness. The bike was bequeathed to Lynn Cadiz by her friend Donna when she had to move to fight the good fight. Donnas spirit continues to ride every time Lynn takes the Ninja out. This picture, taken in 2011, sadly was Donna’s last ride. Lynn is pictured on the left with her Yamaha V Star, and friend Susan on the Harley-Davidson Sportster 883 is on the right.
pink motorcycles sportster Toby Myles
Toby Myles of Rockville, Marylands 2006 Harley-Davidson Sportster (named "Girlfriend" because of the blast they had together) was a one-year anniversary gift from her dear, sweet husband. Girlfriend had 2,000 miles on her when she was gifted to Toby, and was painted gray with wolf decals. Aside from that, she was pretty much stock until Toby customized her. Ultimately, she was traded in for a 2014 Harley-Davidson Softail Deluxe, but the pink and black Sporty holds a very special place in Tobys heart. In fact, she looks for the bike on the road all the time, and hopes another lucky lady is riding her now.
pink motorcycles 2007 v star 1100 classic
ViVi, a luscious pink 2007 Yamaha V Star Classic 1100, belongs to Froggie Jackson, VP of Ark Angels WRC from Arkansas Boston Mountain area. This is the third paint job and her favorite by far. She gets a lot of attention, mostly from men, who love it. It was painted in 2013 by Froggies girlfriend, Amanda Nettles. The paint is a custom mix of both pearl and metallic.
pink motorcycles honda shadow aero
Kathy Durrance, a 29-year police officer from Waycross, Georgia, started riding when she was 48 years young. Now, at 55, she is one year away from retirement—or lots of ride time! Her pink and black beauty shown here is a 2005 Honda Shadow Aero 750. Her husband did the paint himself, and the bike gets compliments everywhere Kathy rides.
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Becky Reeves from Newman, California is 56 years old, a mother of four, and grandmother of seven. She has been riding her own bike for nine years and enjoying every minute of it. She rides this 2002 Yamaha V Star 1100 named “Pink Pony.” Becky is 5 feet 1 inch tall and enjoys encouraging other women to get on their own motorcycles as it’s a “much different experience than being a passenger.” Her husband rides a Harley-Davidson Street Glide and both are members of the Modesto HOG chapter and ride with them often both on day trips and overnights.
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Samantha Keigley (aka Pinkie in the Chrome Divas RC) from Columbus, Ohio has two pink bikes that her husband painted and customized. One is the 2006 Buell Blast shown here on the left. On the right is Samanthas main ride a sparkly Honda VTX 1300.
pink motorcycles victory vegas 8 ball breast cancer ribbons
Lisa Townsend from Fairfield, Ohio has a 2008 Victory Vegas 8-Ball that is painted pink camouflage and is embedded with breast cancer ribbons throughout.
pink motorcycles 1988 harley davidson sportster
DiAnna Heisler from Brewster, Ohio rides this bubble-gum pink 1988 Harley-Davidson Sportster that her husband painted for her. There’s a girly skull and crossbones graphic that says “Bad to the Bone” on the gas tank. DiAnna has been riding for two years and loving it whether alone or riding alongside her husband.

Now tell us what you think of all this pink pursuit in the comments below. Do you like or not so much?

And if you have a photo of you and/or your pink motorcycle send it to us at info@womenridersnow.com. We'll add it to this story.

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47 thoughts on Pink Motorcycles

  1. My husband saw a group of about 15 women each on a pink bike today. They rode over to where my 3 year old was practicing riding her bicycle without training wheels, lined up, and cheered her on! My husband said it brought tears to his eyes. If anyone knows of a group out in San Diego with all pink, let me know. I’d love to reach out to them.

  2. I loved the article—I have been wanting to paint my bike pink, which is my favorite color, and I was just looking for pictures when I ran across your site. I love it—and when I do get my bike painted I will send you pictures right away. Thank you.

    1. Hi Debbie, thanks for your kind words. Please do post your pics once you get your bike painted. Here’s a tip: take a nice “before” and “after” picture with the bike in the same position. You’ll be able to look back and really appreciate the new paint for years to come.

  3. Love all the beautiful pink bikes! I ride a 2002 Yamaha 650 V Star Classic Custom.

  4. Ladies, your bikes are lovely. As a 10-year cancer survivor and a woman rider, I say thank you for representing us all!

  5. I’m 49 years old and I’ve been riding motorcycles for 13 years. I’ve had three motorcycles in my life thus far. Started off on a sports motorcycle, then purchased a Softail, and now I’m riding a Road Glide and love every minute of it.

  6. I think pink bikes are sort of a girl power statement. When I first saw my bike I knew it had to be mine. It is perfectly me. It is fun and ladylike but still has strength and power.

  7. I love all the bikes. Mine is white pearl and I call her Pearl. I love to ride even solo. I do agree with Brittany Morrow’s comment. Do whatever you want to your bike. It’s your bike. Just ride safe and enjoy the feeling of freedom it gives you. Because you can!

  8. I love pink and love customizing my bikes! Heck my name is Mz Pink! Check out both of my pink bikes and my all girl motorcycle club here in Boston! 2003 Kawasaki Ninja 636 and a 2006 Suzuki GSX-R1000

  9. I would love to see my pink HD in your article. How do I get it on there?

  10. This is me with my 2011 Can-Am Spyder RS wrapped in “Muddy Girl” graphics.

  11. My 2016 Indian Chieftain “Shoshone.” I was always being asked, “How does your husband like his Chieftain?” I always reply, “His Roadmaster is very nice, but I really love my Chieftain that you’re admiring.”I’m not a biker chick. I’m a 52-year-old woman that loves the magic and adventure of riding my own motorcycle—a lady rider. For some reason, with this bike, I felt a personal need to bling her with beautiful shine. I added 800 Swarovski crystals on my own to her saddle and backrest, and dotted every “i” in the name “Indian” on her. We have a beautiful bond. Even with her two-tone paint not being Pink. She’s still my beautiful Indian Shoshone.

  12. I really haven’t seen that many pink bikes, and it’s good too see them here. Here is a pic of my 1984 Harley-Davidson 1000 Sporty before I picked out Fat Bobs and pink. I still have it and I just picked up a 2011 Softtail. Funny, it’s black right now… I am thinking it needs to be pink.

  13. This is my 2006 Harley-Davidson Sportster 1200. My husband had it custom-painted pink and black by his friend Jeremiah! Pink is my favorite, she’s even got underlying pink lights. We have 5 children and we love to ride. The pic of me on my bike is out in Sturgis during the 75th.

  14. I ride a custom pink and black “hello kitty” Suzuki DRZ400EK1.

  15. My 2016 Indian Chieftain. She’s not all pink but everything you see that is. I painted myself in our garage over this summer.

  16. Loved this fun, inspiring, and even touching article, as I am a new rider at age 56. I loved the cool colors, designs, and paint jobs and the stories of the women riders and their supportive male partners who helped some of them with their pink prizes. Your articles are always encouraging and inspiring and value packed with info and safety tips, too!

  17. I really enjoyed this article. I plan to ride my bike more often. It is great how all the ladies are riding for the cause of breast cancer awareness. Hopefully, all types cancer will one day be eliminated.

    1. Hi Phyllis,Just to be clear, the women featured here simply sent in their pink motorcycles to be included in our story. We can’t honestly say they painted their bikes pink in honor of breast cancer awareness. We just happened to re-promote this story in October, so I can see where readers would think there’s a connection. There is not.

  18. My name is Lisa and I live in Missouri. I love the color pink but I also love what the color represents: breast cancer awareness. I participate in rides for the cause. I ride every day that I can. I can’t tell you how many complements I get on my bike when I’m out getting some wind therapy. My bike is also very loud. I always wear pink when riding. If you can’t see me you can for sure hear me. Life is good on my bike. Love riding my pink bike!

  19. Here’s one you missed!

  20. Each to their own. That’s why it’s called “your bike”; make it what you like. Pink is not my color. It just doesn’t suit me. As for my black, I wear it well. That’s why there’s so many different colors and bikes. Love these ladies and love their bikes and love their colors. All lady riders rock. Thanks for the article!

  21. I feel left out! Here is a pic of mine…did all the work myself…pretty proud of myself.

  22. Love all the pink bikes! Here’s me and my pink 2010 Vespa LX150 – it gets all kinds of love everywhere I go on it.

  23. I’m glad the manufacturers went with some other color than black to get the girls involved, and sell stuff, but I for one will be happy when the pink fad passes. There are other ways to feminize a bike, but not as cheap as mass produced pink. Also there are times on the road that I don’t want to scream, “Look it’s a girl!”

  24. While pink is not my colo — my Street Glide is Daytona Blue Pearl — I agree that it is just a color. To each their own. Ride on — be it pink, red, black, purple, etc.

  25. I really love all of them. I was especially touched by Donna’s bike and shed a tear.

  26. I find it odd that a mere color can evoke such strong opinions. I believe it is part of our cultural upbringing that taught us to associate a simple color with being feminine. Then is a blue motorcycle “manly?” Pink, blue, red, yellow… they’re just colors and all can be used to express one’s personal tastes. And in the case of cancer, color can be used to make a statement.I personally spent years designing and customizing a pink breast cancer tribute motorcycle. I loved it, but it sure did evoke strong personal opinions. I just laughed at the scoffers who showed themselves to be completely insecure over a mere color. For people to gag at a motorcycle being pink… it baffles me. It’s just a color.

  27. Love them. Mine is violet.

  28. Dot Robinson rode a pink motorcycle with the other great ladies in the Motor Maids and apparently she was very proud of it. As long as women can ride well and safe that’s all that matters. My Sportster is teal but I do wear pink whenever possible!

  29. I love pink! I want my next bike to have pink, cream, and silver to match my superwoman key chain. Pink has always been my favorite color and I’ve always loved motorcycles. These bikes are so cool. Keep the pics coming.

    1. We agree, Doni! We will continue to post pink bike pictures as they come in from readers, so keep checking back to see more beauties.

  30. Bravo to women who ride what makes them feel empowered. If it’s pink, then go for it! Loved the article, especially the photos of the women and their rides.

  31. I am a woman who happens to be a rider. I am a rider who happens to be female. Either way, I express myself through my machine and the gear I wear. Painting my R6 pink, black and white didn’t make it any faster, but it sure did make it unique. Like every female, especially those who are special enough to be a part of this rough-and-tumble community, being able to do WHATEVER THE HECK I WANT is important. Being a rider helps me do that, and painting my bike pink is just my way of saying, “I do what I want, because I can.” I think anything you choose to do to make your bike more “yours” is fine with me. I don’t have to like it, and you don’t have to like mine! That’s the beauty of freedom, and isn’t that what this sport/hobby is all about!?! Pink on… or don’t. Either way, ride!

  32. … the elephant skin covered saddle. The skin came from an elephant that her girlfriend’s husband hunted. Sad, and WRONG!

  33. Absolutely not. Black with pink flames, or white with pink flames yes. But not all pink, I don’t like it at all and I love the color pink. But definitely not these light pink colors. NO WAY.

  34. I have mixed feelings about it honestly. For awhile I myself would wear gender neutral colors, and my bike is blue. But after a few years, for unknown reasons, it has suddenly become important to me for other riders to know I’m a girl, so now I have a flowered helmet. I do look for other female riders on the road, so riding with “girly colors” on helps us to spot each other I suppose. I think female riders need to make sure we take ourselves seriously, which will increase our chances of being taken seriously by others. If we trivialize ourselves, and make it all about being cutesy but without the skill to back it up, then we’ll be considered quaint but inconsequential additions to our riding communities. In the end, I don’t really care what color you choose to wear or paint your bike, but please continue to improve your riding skills and prove that we are skilled riders that also happen to be girls!

  35. I’m not a big fan of pink motorcycles or gear, but to each their own. I don’t think of myself as a girl who rides, but rather a motorcyclist who happens to be a woman, so I don’t go out of my way to make my bike or gear scream “girl on a bike!”

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