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Alicia Mariah Elfving

Alicia is the founder and editor of the MotoLady website. She is a freelance designer, photographer, writer, and journalist.

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Women’s Motorcycle Show Photo Booth

Hey y’all! Check out the second annual Women’s Motorcycle Show photo booth pics by Jimmy Ban!

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Women’s Motorcycle Show

The second annual Women’s Motorcycle Show takes place this weekend at Lucky Wheels Garage in Los Angeles, California!

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2017 Honda Rebel Long Beach Release Party

The new 2017 Honda Rebel was released last night at the Federal Bar in Long Beach, CA… accompanied by three very cool custom variations.

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GT-MotoLady Progress: We’ve Got a Roller!

The GT-MotoLady MV Agusta Brutale 800 custom motorcycle build for charity continues… the rolling chassis revealed at the Barber Vintage Festival in Alabama last weekend.

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Hitting the Motorcycle Crash One Year Mark

Alicia Elfving of MotoLady - custom Ducati Monster

Reviewing one year of mental affects from crashing hard on my custom built motorcycle at nearly 60 miles per hour. Are motorcycles a death wish, or a tool for empowerment?

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GT-MotoLady Progress: Aluminum Fabrication

Sofi Tsingos works with Junior Burrell to begin fabrication of the custom tank and tail section on the GT-MotoLady charity motorcycle build.

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Why Liter Bikes Are Awesome and Also Terrible

Liter bikes (motorcycles with engines about 1000cc) are both wonderful and terrifying, beautiful and horrible. Here’s why.

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Who or What Are the Tiny Daggers?

Located in Denver, Colorado, the three women motorcyclists who make up the Tiny Daggers roam the city and surrounding areas on their bikes just for the fun of it. Making friends, beautiful photos, and enjoying each other’s company.

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GT-MotoLady Motorcycle Build for Charity

Introducing the GT-MotoLady project; two women building a custom motorcycle for charity. Starting with a MV Agusta Brutale 800, Sofi Tsingos of GT-Moto and Alicia Elfving of MotoLady will be reworking the bike from the ground up and raffling it off with proceeds going to St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital.

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2015 MotoLady of the Year: Shasta Smith

Vintage Monkey creator Shasta Smith earns MotoLady of the Year for 2015 with her work for charity and general awesomeness.

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