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.
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.
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.
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.
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!
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.
This month we have an incredible story by seven year old, Harmony Castille, from Denver, Colorado. Her story embodies the phrase 'Carpe Diem - Seize the Day'! Harmony went straight from training wheels on her bicycle to a pocket bike and is now racing her very own Ohvale 110 on the track.
This month we have a story by Cassie Galati, 43, from Melbourne, Australia. Cassie's love for motorcycles developed instantly after a holiday in Thailand. This devotion towards two wheels became her therapy to fight breast cancer & travel solo around Tasmania.
This month we have a story by Ana Valdez from Texas, USA. Ana gained her licence less than two years ago & in that time has owned four bikes, traveled thousands of miles & custom built a BMW R100RT with her hubby.
This month we have a story by Ana Bribiesca from LA, California. Ana did not grow up around motorcycles and was discouraged by others when she decided to go for her licence, however after riding pillion she decided that it just wasn't enough. She has now discovered a new meaning to freedom after getting her bike and joining an all female motorcycle community.
This month we have a story by Mary Pang from Connecticut, USA. After only one year of owning a bike and learning how to ride, she has ridden almost 5000 kms and has discovered a new perspective on life.
This month we have a journey told by Lynda Meyers currently living in USA. A mother of 4 children, 1 grandchild, 1 dog, and 4 motorcycles, Lynda is also a Registered Nurse and an author of several published books!
This month we have a very inspirational story from Sophie Morgan from London UK. She found freedom in her motorcycle after an accident changed her life. Resilient and inspirational. We hope you enjoy her story.
This month we have a story from Matilda, a professional firefighter & Gridiron player from NSW, Australia. From a 250 Virago to a 650 V Star, Matilda found her true addiction to bikes after purchasing her first Harley, from then it was game on!
This month we have a story from Tanya Black who is 53 years young and lives in Queensland, Australia. Being raised by Harley owners, Tanya had absolutely no interest in riding, or, owing a bike. It wasn't till later on when life threw a few curve balls that Tanya & her hubby realised what amazing therapy you can experience on two wheels.
This month we have a story from Jessica Zahra who lives worldwide! Since getting her licence about 5yrs ago Jessica has been living life to the fullest with long distance moto adventures from Europe through to Morocco, and then America, Australia, Nepal, India and Sri Lanka.