Safia Miletus, a Syrian-Canadian girl, lives on the road. Traveling North America on her bright red Kawasaki Ninja named Cardinal, Safia is breaking stereotypes and redefining freedom.
When you start riding, sometimes it feels like a new language. Here is our moto vocab list for 2018. Share yours in the comments!
When you hear “The Extreme Life”, what does it conjure up for you?
REV’IT! is looking for two female adventure riders to join its US ADV Women’s Team in 2018. Applications can be submitted online at http://bit.ly/revitwomen, now through January 31, 2018.
I’d love to see more companies supporting women adventure riders as well as vote with my dollars and only buy from companies, dealerships, riding schools, etc. that I know are women-friendly, women-owned or that support and encourage women riders.
After months of “Are you there?” “No the Bluetooth isn’t working again” “Oops, I don’t have the right cord to charge these”, and more challenges than benefit with my husbands and my old helmet communicators, we started a quest for reliable communication.
KATHERINE HELMETAG We were talking about it the other day: why do we get so hung up on the big adventures and forget about the little ones? The big ones capture our imagination, but are often limited to just that – our imagination.
Wind, Sun, Rain; on the road, our skin is abused by the elements, and adding skin care to the list of daily chores can seem overwhelming.
BY KATHERINE HELMETAG Raise your hand if you’ve attempted to go grocery shopping on your bike. Now raise your hand if you were successful!
As a height-challenged woman, I’ve been told I can ride any bike; size doesn’t matter. Sure, I’ll get on a tall bike, but feel happier when I can touch the ground.