Motorcycling women in parts of Nigeria is becoming as normal as seeing a man riding a motorbike… helping women gain independence in the work force, feed their children, and so much more.
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A window into the past of motorcycling, currently on exhibit at the History Museum in Tacoma. Show runs through June 23rd, 2013. Ride on over and see it. “The exhibit combines rare bikes with grand themes in Northwest history.” (washingtonhistory.org)
Announcing the women’s Dirt n’ Dip ride this June 8th and 9th, brought to you by See See Motorcycles! More info: $25 includes dinner, breakfast, beer, and a camp spot Ride meets at 11a, leaves at 12p Ladies are encouraged to ride, however if you’ll be taking four wheels you are encouraged to car pool. Contact Emily at See See ahead of time if you’re looking to haul a bike in. Bring snacks, beverages (again, beer is provided), and toilet paper The route to Jordan Creek is all paves except the last… Continue Reading »
Glad, Glad, and Lizzy… original motoladies! This 1920 photograph comes from the fantastic Museum Victoria collection, it depicts Glad Linaker, Lizzy Chinnery and Glad White sitting atop their v-twin motorcycles. (Silodrome)