Tag: women motorcycle riders
Riders and bike manufacturers alike are beginning to embrace the idea of gas-free, electric motorcycles as one possible direction for the future of two-wheeled machines. Zero Motorcycles, a California-based company that exclusively produces electric motorcycles, has opened the door for other brands to enter the electric market. Now, it looks as though Yamaha and Husqvarna are [...]
Women are becoming an increasingly important part of the world of motorsports. From competitive racing to recreational riding, they are strapping on street bike gear, hopping on bikes and zipping around the country like never before, and several industry leaders are celebrating this new tradition. EagleRider, a motorcycle renting and touring company, is teaming up with [...]
Debbie Barron was recently awarded the 2012 Susan Jenness Trophy, which is given to the female rider who had the best performance during the TT races.
The AMD World Championship of Custom Bike Building took place at the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally in the beginning of August, and some of the best builders were on hand to showcase their skills
South Dakota played host to the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally from August 6-12, and for the 72nd year the event was a success.
Motorcyclists don’t often like to think about what will happen in the event of a crash, but it’s important to be prepared if an accident does occur.
Some riders don’t solely focus on power when it comes to their next purchase.
Ladies who want to learn to ride sport bikes – or improve their current technique – are welcome at the upcoming “Ladies Only” session of the Jason DiSalvo Speed Academy at Barber Motorsports Park in Alabama.
The American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) has announced additional seminars for the upcoming 2012 AMA International Women & Motorcycling Conference, to be held July 26-29 in Carson City, Nevada.
American Motorcyclist Association Online Survey Gives Voice To Women Motorcyclists The American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) is pleased to announce the launch of an online survey exclusively for woman motorcyclists. “How Many? How Strong?” is a brief 16-question poll that gives women riders the opportunity to share their opinions on topics such as riding style, how [...]