BY EGLE GERULAITYTE Women’s motorcycle gear is a hot topic all around: not enough options, pink colors, tiny pockets, questionable function and protection.
BY EGLE GERULAITYTE As a solo female rider, I’d always had that big, scary “what if” somewhere in the back of my mind.
Dear Lynda, I want to join a group of friends traveling the Nevada BDR this summer, but my partner doesn’t think I’m skilled enough. I think it would be fun, but now I’m worried something will go wrong and she’ll say ‘I told you so.’
Dear Lynda, I identify as non-binary, and would prefer to attend women’s events over co-ed events, but I’m never sure I’ll be welcome. I feel like I am harassed at co-ed motorcycle events, and people don’t even try to respect my gender pronouns. How can
I really want to work in the motorcycle industry because that is my passion, but my friends who made the leap all say they spend less time riding now because they work during riding season. How can I make motorcycles my full time job?
Dear Lynda, I want to go on a motorcycle camping trip for the weekend, but I’ve never done that before. How do I pick up the courage?
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Dear Lynda, People project this perfect lifestyle on social media – everyone seems to be riding to all these amazing places and having the best time. I fear I’m missing out!
EGLE GERULAITYTE Riding a motorcycle around the world can mean so many different things to different people. Why do we travel? For the freedom, the open road, the thrill, the adventure.
Dear Lynda, I’m a caregiver for my mom, and I’m worried about what would happen to her if I get injured riding my motorcycle. Should I give it up?