This month we have a story from Judith Kuerschner of Strathalbyn, South Australia. Judith has suffered a great loss in her life but has channelled her loss into a passion for road safety and driver/rider education to help others following her struggles.
This month we have a story by two amazing ladies, Sara Veasey and Kylie Flynn from Perth, Western Australia. Both Sara and Kylie tell their own personal stories and then we have an interview about their new venture, The Two Wheeled Sisterhood.
This month we have a story by Katie Kemp. A 35 year old wife, mother, Vet Nurse and motorbike trainer from Central Victoria. Katie is an inspiration to us all and we are very grateful she has shared her story with us.
This month we have a story from Amy Zicolella of Long Island. Amy has grown up around bikes and now knows how great it is to get a bike of your own and hit the road. An inspiration to everyone, especially those contemplating hopping on a bike, a gorgeous story from a great chick!
This month we have a story from the USA with Kayla Williams. Kayla tells us what it means to her to ride her motorcycle, and focuses on her trip on the Bourbon Trail in Kentucky. A great read which will make you want to hit the road.
This month we have a story from author and adventurer Heather Ellis. Heather is a very accomplished woman in both career and in life and I am sure once you read Heather's story you will agree that she is an inspiration to all women.
This month we have a story from the amazing Noémie. The special thing about Noémie's story is that two years ago she wouldn't have been able to write it in English. She has built her confidence in all aspects of life, taught herself English and has learned to push through boundaries and build confidence within.
This month we have a story from a gal who started riding at just 4 years old, Rosie Tong. An inspiring story from someone who has been around bikes all her life and is a big part of the female riding community in NZ.
Our first blog is on the beautiful and sweet Karly Kothmann who is very excited to be sharing her story. Karly emailed us saying "I'd love to share my riding story with y'all! I'm a mom of two kiddos that learned to ride last year and now own two vintage bikes. One of which my husband and I hand built."