Four women share a picture and a short explanation of why they love their motorcycle.
The Hayabusa High
I just stumbled across your Web page. Yahoo! I love that more and more women are riding now—its about time. I wanted to submit a picture of my second love (my husband is, of course, my first) and me. Its a 2006 Suzuki Hayabusa GSX1300R Limited Edition. We are still in the break-in period, so top speed so far has beenonly about145 mph. Id love to have mine up near the 200 mph mark like Trillium from your previous Readers Rides.
I’m a novice rider. I’ve had my license 18 months. I have nothing to compare this Harley-Davidson Dyna Low Rider to except my first bike, a 1982 250cc Honda. Very different. The Dyna is a great highway bike. I purchased it in December 2006 and started riding as soon as I brought it home. I currently have 7,300 miles on the bike, and I really love it. My longest continuous ride is 585 miles. The Dyna Low Rider is responsive and stable, and that six-speed transmission is great.
Denville, New Jersey
Heres a shot of my motorcycle, a customized 1997 883 Sportster, taken on a trip through Mt. Rainier National Park. I love this bike. It was customized for my 5-foot-1 frame. The baby ape-hanger handlebars make riding a breeze.
Road King Rider
I bought my Harley-Davidson Road King six months ago, and I am having the time of my life. My husband started riding again about two years ago, and after a while, I decided I did not want to be on the back anymore—I wanted to ride my own.