All that practice has paid off.
Today, I ride through city traffic, highways along the Atlantic coast and quiet back ro in central Florida. Last summer we took our motorcycles to Tennessee.
I still practice and I am still learning, but I have completely fallen in love with motorcycling. What a thrill!
After reading the stories of other women riders on Women Riders NowI know my incidents of dropping the bike and all the stomach-churning feelings that go along with learning to ride, are not unusual. It helps to know others experienced the same feelings with learning how to ride.
Thank you all for sharing. Pamela posing by her Harley-Davidson L Sportster, which she felt was ideal as her first motorcycle. Related Articles.
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From We can meet somewhere, it snowballed into buying up and riding a series of different motorcycles. The one that lead her to the track was an '01 Honda CBR She went on doing track days for about 11 years before the race bug bit.
Mardelle decided to race because it was on her bucket list. Her first race was at Thunderhill, a racetrack located north, right off of highway I-5 in town called Willows, CA.
Source: Oxymoron Photography When asked about if age was ever a factor, she said it never was in deciding whether or not to race.
I had done the practice starts with Keigwins and thought that was quite fun.