One of our favourite ladies of the motorcycle world, Red Spade, hits the Barber Race Track for the first time in 2016.
Formed in April 2001, Girls Ride Out is a Victorian based social group of mostly women motorcyclists who stay in touch through e-mail, facebook, and of course regular rides. They run monthly rides, charity events, a support network for learner riders, and even conduct occasional maintenance days. Check it out!
Ever wanted to get into motorcycling but thought it wasn’t something you could do? Well here’s a pretty comprehensive guide to what you need to do and think about to make it a reality. Enjoy.
Perhaps it used to be a case of motorbike riding women being more masculine than the norm, but those thoughts should be ignored. Here Megan Wright explains why.
I guess there’s been a lot written about why a girl should not date a man who rides a motorbike. Well just for a change here’s an interesting look at 10 reasons why you should date a woman motorcycle rider.
Just riding through Africa would be difficult enough, let alone as a female motorcyclist riding alone. Aussie lady Heather Ellis did it 1993-94 and now her trip is documented in a book titled Ubuntu: One Woman’s Motorcycle Odyssey Across Africa. Story Here.
Husqvarna supported rider Sandra Gomez wrapped-up the FIM Women’s SuperEnduro World Cup title last Saturday night in Prague, battling her way to a winning result aboard a Husqvarna TE 250.
Missus Bike Stig rides around the scenic mountains and roads surrounding the small township of Canungra in Queensland, a mecca for motorcycle touring and just hanging out.
Missus Bike Stig visits Airlie Beach in North Queensland as part of her road trip around the state with Mister BS.
Missus Bike Stig visits the race track at Morgan Park with Mr BS to give the new BMW S1000RR a workout. Here’s her take on the day.