An in depth look at a pair of Vintage MotoCross boots- Wheelsport “Rugged Rider” from Portland, OR. They were for sale, but sold to a lovely lady! Thanks guys.
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Misty Whitten from Bakersfield, CA is quite a stylish motolady babe, sportin’ Red Wing boots and a custom painted Biltwell Gringo with the words, “Perfume & Gasoline”. She rides a gold and black Triumph Bonneville. [ more photos of Misty | IG @perfume_and_gasoline ]
New gadgets and gizmos aplenty are available in the MotoLady Shoppe. Namely two new iPhone/iPod cases- vintage motocross boots and an epic shot from the amazing Gregor Halenda! They’re $35 and rather awesome, durable and made of good quality. • Hot Foot case• MotoGuzzi V7 Racer case• Zombie Hunter Motorcycle Girl case
Saw these vintage Hondaline boots (item 230938582513) on ebay and thought of you, Motolady! Too darn small for me!! Tim v/h
Thanks for that. I kept your awesome tip all to myself and won them!
Awesome! Caju Batera sent me this totally awesome illustration based on a photo from the MotoLady Thruxton Series by Giles Clement. Thanks, Caju! [ see more motorcycle art | tagged Caju Batera ]
Good news for someone with small feet! I picked up a pair of boots that match my vintage motocross boots everyone asks about! They’re marked 4 1/2 and judging by the comparison to my boots seem to be about a 6.5 or 7. If you want ‘em, they can be yours for $75. Update: SOLD! Stacy, a motolady in California, will be very happy with them.
What’s this? You’re looking at a fully bad ass, fully functional, fully protective and fully sexy pair of motorcycle boots. Quality is making a comeback. That’s right, they’ve finally been created! No longer will the buckle clad, shit kicking, ass whooping motorcycle boots only exist in the golden years of motorcycling. I don’t know about you, but I think these are some sexy boots. Read on to find out more about my experience wearing them for five months, and all their fancy features! I have literally worn these all but a handful… Continue Reading »