Women Riders Now is a great website that is dedicated to women motorcycle riders. You can sign up for their great newsletter that is of high quality and timely every month. For example this month's newsletter reminds all of us that May 7, 2010 has been designated International Female Ride Day and encourages all motorcycle groups and dealers to recognize women motorcycle riders.
The website and the newsletter discuss everything about motorcycles and women including how to be safe on a motorcycle to women motorcycle fashion. The newsletter this month talks about Harley Davidson's new motorcycle leather jacket line-up for women naming it “New Spring 2010 Riding Apparel – Harley Davidson Goes Bold and Bright.” The site also offers helpful motorcycle tips. Using new Glad ForceFlex garbage bags for keeping all of your clothes dry in a saddlebag for example.
The site also has a great link to what they call the WRN Mall that has all kinds of links to motorcycle gear specifically designed (and targeted) toward women. A lot of my female motorcycle friends tell me that female clothes are different than men's – the cut is different and men's clothes just do not work for women and they have a tough time finding female riding gear. If that's true this might be the place for you to find all that you need.
The site is much more than just this however. It is a true motorcycle destination for all female riders. The site includes great reviews on motorcycles, tips on riding right, profiles of women riders and much much more all tailored to and from a female perspective.
Social networking is a great way for you to check out Women Riders Now and you can find them at Women Riders Now on facebook.
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