This month we have a story from Jessica who had the itch for motorbikes from a very young age. She grew love for motorbikes through her Dad's encouragement and then found a new passion in horses. With admiration for a strong female figure in her life, she continued to push her adventure limits and rekindled her love for bikes again.
This month we have a story from Nina who is working at Australia’s first DIY Moto Workshop, Kustom Kommune. Nina is running the show as their Venue Manager and is also an incredibly talented artist who has adapted her creativity & skills into the moto world.
This month we have a story from Lauren "Wren" Maher from England. After going though some hard times and being pressured never to ride, Wren decided to turn her life around and jump back on the bike, read on to learn about how riding changed her life.
This month we have a story from Alexi Mara Fisk, an American living in South Korea. Alexi is the founder of Danger Dames Seoul, one of the first all women's riding groups in South Korea, read on to learn about herjourney.
This month we have a story from Célia Remédios from Lisbon, Portugal AKA Lita Letal. Proud member of the Litas Portugal and avid offroader. "Face your fears in your own time, establish your limits and find a way through it! Don't ever let your age, body or gender restrain you."
This month we have a story from Rochelle Cupido of the Central Coast, NSW, Australia. Rochelle got her motorcycle licence at the age of 31 and since has had the chance to do some exciting things within the motorcycle industry.
This month we have a story from Kojii Helnwein of County Tipperary in Ireland. Kojii achieved many things in her life but didn't know what she had been missing until she found motorcycling. Read about her new found love.
This month we have a story from a very inspiration rider, Trudy Whitcombe from Hunter Valley NSW Australia. Trudy has only been riding for a couple of years but in that time, she has organised a large annual ride to raise money for the Tourette Syndrome Association of Australia, a cause close to her heart.
This month we have a story from Rachel Askett of Ontario Canada. She needs no introduction except for a line from her story "Riding also means being unafraid to ask questions about mechanisms and mechanics to truly understand the machine I'm riding and admitting my naivety while striving to gain knowledge."
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.