Genuine, adventure riding women.
Let's get our real on. Poll for the men: Your ideal woman isn't a pillion passenger, is she? She's not a lingerie model draped over a chopper. She's a lady who can ride your sorry butt into the ground, go off for a quick scrub at a cold-water tap and show up glowing like a winning lottery ticket.
Post up your partners, wives, friends, mothers, and daughters who ride solo. We don't mind it at all, ladies. It is good to have a bit of huggin' from the pillion, but it's best to see you shining on your own.
Barbsironbutt, New Brunswick:
Group ride, borrowed bike. She'll ride anything she can get a leg over.
The wonderful Amanda at the Palace of the People:
This ain't no cheesecake thread. Real women, real pics, all riders, no bull.
Hey, I recognize Amanda. Her and Will stopped by for a few days here in GA when they were touring North America. We actually gave them those saddle bags as we felt bad for just their milk crates they had. :D
Let me find some of my wife. I have a few good ones.
I'll add another one of Amanda since you posted one
I could probably brag all day on my wife and my wonderful riding partner. ♥ ♥ ♥
A real ugly day to be on dual sports, but lots of fun
When the tracks are gone, she makes her own tracks
She follows me when many times she probably shouldn't! :rofl
But a little mud won't stop her
She can make everything from a pink scooter
to a Ninja 250
and even an FZ1 look good.
Ninja 650R in CO
Ninja 650R in UT
Her favorite so far though has to be the BMW F650GS
Sometimes I catch her just kicking back
while other times she likes to take a few dirt naps!
She's a real good trooper when things don't go her way
Things really didn't go her way here. :lol3
Rocking the dirt bike in the snow!
Sometimes she chooses to ride questionable bikes
She can cave up the twisties
Oh yeah and not only does she ride, she wrenches on her own bikes too.
In the kitchen no less too. :D
or the ADV salute!
Oh where to start.....:evil
This is Jeska's "at home bike"
Here is an action photo in Canada on her travel KLR650. We ride these bikes, store them in some distant location, then fly back and ride them to a new location, store, fly home and repeat. The bikes are currently in San Francisco after we rode from Seattle down the coast.
Her SV650 in Silverton, Co on the way back from riding down the California coast to San Diego and across the desert.
Route 66.......and my advice....don't eat here!
Flew out and rented bikes to ride wine country in 08!
I suppose you get the point by now, I have way too many pictures...
Great thread with real women on real bikes. :clap
If I want to see bimbos, I can go, well, anywhere. :D
Early bump for a promising thread...
No pics from me but do like the two in the kitchen.. a dish towel for a shop rag? Right on! :wink:
She should remove the ring while wrenching. I know.
Smiling females, in gear on motorcycles, what a treat. :clap
Oh she can ride!
She has put 20K on her 650GS, she loves to ride. 400 mile days are not uncommon for her.
My new all time favorite thread! Wish I could contribute but I can't, thanks for all the posts, congrats to all the guys and gals here!
Rain and cold temps and she keeps on smiling.
So, I ordered our motorcycle tire rings out of the aerostitch catalog. :lol3
And the keys that were attached were to the Pink Buddy Scooter
You maybe surprised some day! When we met 12 years ago Jeska turned down a chance to ride on the back of my Valkyrie!
She showed little to no interest in the bikes for the next 6 years. Then one day a little over 5 years ago she decided she wanted to ride:clap One of her favorite things to do now. We ride together weekly, all year long. We have done every state west of Colorado and Canada together!
I have been a hard core rider for over 32 years, I've put over 100k on more than one bike........and the most fun I have EVER had on a bike has been the last 5 years sharing it with Jeska:freaky
Top of the Bear Tooth Pass - August, 2010 - not prepared for this type of weather, but still smiling. This is her first "real" trip on the bike - she had been riding about 2 months at this point. We went from dallas to san antonio for dinner (about 400 miles) stayed over night and rode home the next day. I said if you can do that, you can go anywhere - so she said "when?" :wink:
another at the end of our trip this summer - rockin' the tutu - her idea of high viz (stepped up the gear a bit, at least we learn)
she's got 24,000 miles on that little aprilia in about 18 months. Just picked her up an xt250 - planning a Big Bend trip in the spring.
I am real pleased the way this thread is turning out. I'm feelin' the love -- and seeing lots of pink gear and mud. Keep it rolling.
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