My custom Ducati Monster, Pandora’s Box, was featured in Sportbikes Inc Magazine!
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Sometimes I don’t go into great detail about events I’ve gone to and folks I’ve met because awesome magazines and blogs have picked ‘em up to share with the world. Like these exclusive images from the One Motorcycle show in Sportbikes Inc. Magazine’s April 2014 issue. Don’t worry, you can check it out for free on the Sportbikes Inc website. [ more posts from the One Moto Show 2014 ]
MotoLady website feature in Kustom World Italia magazine- The Women’s Issue February/March 2014 on page 34. Can’t help but be flattered, plus it’s especially cool that Shasta Smith of the Vintage Monkey is on the cover. Rough translation of part of the article- The girls of themotolady.com : are ladies, of course, but on two wheels. Elegant Amazons that can be seated on the floor for hours in the garage in front of their iron without fear of oiling their painted nails. … Creator and scorer of the blog is American Alicia Mariah… Continue Reading »
Submission from JJ Collins- I was/am featured in Cycle Canada’s Nov/Dec issues. Oddly enough, I was the first motolady to be featured in the “Man & Machine” section. Go figure! 🙂 Thanks for sending JJ, and congratulations.
Extra, extra! Read all about it! Go check out my feature on The One Motorcycle Show in SportBikes Inc Magazine. Photos that have not yet been released! Eleven pages of goodness! Sportbikes Inc. Magazine March Issue »
RAD Motorcycles Magazine (website) went on sale today in France… featuring a two page feature of my photography from the One Motorcycle Show 2013! These photos were not released anywhere online, so they’re super special just for readers. So be sure to snag a copy of RAD No. 6 online here.
MotoLady in Sportbikes Inc Magazine. Allan Lane wrote an article about the state of the motorcycle industry and asked my opinion. As many of you know, I LOOOOVE giving my opinion. 😉 Go check out the SBI online zine, and give the article a read. It might lend a new perspective.
Makeshift magazine Issue 2: Mobility, featuring a motolady on the front cover. Makeshift is a quarterly magazine about creativity in unlikely places, from the favelas of Rio to the alleys of Delhi. These are environments where resources may be scarce, but where ingenuity is used incessantly for survival, enterprise, and a self-expression. Makeshift is about people, the things they make, and the context they make them in.