Her Story.

HER STORY | Shauna
This month we have a story by Shauna, 42, from Oregon, USA. Starting from the ripe age of 9 Shauna was on two wheels, but it wasn't until later in life she got on the road. Soon after she jumped from a Honda Grom to a bike almost 4x the size!

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THEIR STORY | Audrey and Dalia
This month we have a joint story, by Audrey and Dalia, from Oregon, USA. They met while working at the same hospital and quickly grew from co-workers to best friends.
Audrey has been riding for years and eventually inspired Dalia, who had always admired riders, to take it up herself. Their shared passion for motorcycles led them to create Moto Babes Co., an Instagram page and YouTube channel dedicated to reviewing the best of female riding gear.

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Her Story | Joana Fidalgo
This month we have a story by Joana, 32, from the Midlands, UK. She started riding at the age of 16 and was instantly drawn to customising it, now she is an Automotive Engineer and writer for a prestige auto platform, The Intercooler.

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HER STORY | Brelinda
This month we have a story by Brelinda, 35, from  Phoenix, Arizona. She is a well known photographer in the moto industry which has lead her to her new passion in motorcycling.

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HER STORY | Crystal
This month we have a story by Crystal, 33, from California. She is currently on a solo moto tour around Europe with plans to continue the journey.

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HER STORY | Chaia Kuss
This month we have a story by Chaia, 27, from Queensland, Australia. Chaia was raised with the sound of Harleys always close by and now has developed a great passion for building custom rides.

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HER STORY | Remmi Aloni
Remmi is the Founder of Australia's iconic moto festival, Sheilas Shakedown. An epic yearly event that welcomes and empowers female, female identifying and non-binary moto enthusiasts.

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Their stories of 2021
For a very special January Edition, we reached out to some of the 2021 authors to see where they are now and how their moto journeys panned since sharing their story with us.

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THEIR STORY | Lee Dawn Hershey
This month we chat with Lee Dawn Hershey from Texas, USA.
Lee is an actor, creator, producer, athlete, Wipe Out champion, and of course a strong moto devotee! From the ripe age of four, Lee set out on two wheels and to this day, motorcycles are still a fundamental part of their life and mental wellbeing. 

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HER STORY | Netty Eldridge
This month we have a story by Annette "Netty" Eldridge from Melbourne, Australia. Netty moved to the city to follow her dreams as a professional cellist but it wasn't until she had a ride on the back of a bike, she truely remembered how much motorcycles meant to her.

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HER STORY | Stacey Cowell
This month we have a story by Stacey aka 'The VS Chick', 37, from Queensland, Australia. Stacey has always had a craving for adrenaline and after she found her love for two wheels she started creating helpful moto video content on her YouTube channel.

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HER STORY | Ria the Welder

This month we have interviewed Ria, 33, from Canada.
This legend has built a reputation for herself creating unique & custom sissy bars since 2015. She runs her own business and has now made over 300 sissy bars.

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HER STORY | Tamara Tusia
This month we have interviewed Tamara, 34, from Naarm, Australia.
Tamara has spent the last 4yrs building her custom Kawasaki chopper, and is also the founder of a Facebook group that has become welcoming community for womxn riders of all experiences.

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Her Story | Nami Migita
This month we have a story by Nami, 36, from Tokyo, Japan.
Nami has only just started riding and has discovered a whole new perspective on the world that surrounds her.

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HER STORY | Nadine Purificato
This month we have a story by Nadine, 31, from Portland, Oregon. Nadine was inspired and encouraged by her father to start riding and tinkering on motorcycles. Her journey then evolved after being introduced to the women's moto community in Portland.

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HER STORY | Kim Jeremiah
This month we have a story by Kim, 39, from Melbourne, Australia. Kim dabbled in silversmithing but it wasn't until she started riding & joined a strong community of female riders that she began to build sissy bars and accessories. She is also an ambassador for She Wolf Moto Co. in Melbourne.

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HER STORY | Natalia Hernandez
This month we have a story by Natalia Hernandez from Melbourne, Australia. Natalia was born with gasoline in her veins, always crushing on motors and speed. After putting herself out there in the motorcycle scene she co-founded an all women's riding group, The Leatherettes.

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HER STORY | Ashley Juliet Murillo-Beene
This month we have a story by Ashley, 26, from Southern California, USA. Ashley grew up in the desert riding quads and dirt bikes, however it wasn't until a few years ago she got her first road bike and became a co-founder of The Litas San Diego.

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HER STORY | Jaimi Muggeridge
This month we have a story by Jaimi Muggeridge, 31, from Queensland, Australia. Jaimi grew tired of watching everyone else have fun on their motorbikes so took the next obvious step and got two wheels of her own!

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HER STORY | Britni de la Nuez
This month we have a story by Britni de la Nuez, from Michigan, USA.
Britni is proof in the pudding that height shouldn't hold you back from riding your dream bike. 

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HER STORY | Danielle Franks
This month we have an incredible story by Danielle Franks, from Melbourne, Australia. Danielle's moto journey started on a trip to Indonesia. She quickly evolved from being a pillion, to a scooter rider, which of course lead to her riding her own motorcycle around South East Asia.

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