Genuine, adventure riding women.

Discussion in 'Photos' started by Canuman, Nov 6, 2011.

  1. GhostRiderFC

    GhostRiderFC Just a guy who rides

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    20K in a season is damn good, if you ask me. People with jobs can't be out all the time riding, as much as we want to. I have been forced to make most of my miles on a few big trips this year. Good on ya!
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  2. Canuman

    Canuman Crusty & Unobliging

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    One redhead, full-time employed. Four children, one in college and three at home. She spends plenty of time with her children, attends church Sundays, sews and cooks, and wrung out those miles commuting to work in all sorts of weather combined with several long trips this season, including an Iron-butt through Ontario. You roll, M'lady!

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  3. wildflower

    wildflower n00b

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    Adventure riding is fun....:rofl
    Today, Santa Rita Mountains...just north of the border

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  4. red bud

    red bud alky w/motorcycle problem

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    hardwaregrrl!!!!!!!!!!:ricky

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  5. Skowinski

    Skowinski Eukaryote

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    I've posted some of these elsewhere (Bikes and wifes I think...) but they belong here. Skowinski-wife took up riding just 3 years ago. Here's a few.

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  6. wildflower

    wildflower n00b

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  7. Mattbastard

    Mattbastard Lazy ass

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    My ADV Sweetie, heading out for our Colorado 2011 trip.

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    Badlands

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    Poudre Canyon

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    Waiting for road construction

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    Pikes Peak (and she passed some slow asshole on the way up!)

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    Taking me on the outside on Hwy 40, up to Winter Park

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    Rocky Mtn Nat'l Park

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    Heading home

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    Trading bikes in Iowa

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  8. Xtremjeepn

    Xtremjeepn Motorhead!

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  9. Craig McCurdy

    Craig McCurdy BIGMAC

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    Taken 2/22/12 South East of Echo, Oregon :D
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  10. kevin2735

    kevin2735 Been here awhile

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  11. puffer

    puffer Adventurer

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    Get her into trials. Sounds like she is a natural!
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  12. bobfab

    bobfab Long timer

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    This thread is inspiring, well done ladies. Theres hope for me yet!:D
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  13. Clydascope

    Clydascope What's Inyo Belly?

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    My friend Wynne Benti on the Saline Valley Road, CA

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  14. roadchick

    roadchick Been here awhile

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    Titus Canyon Death Valley CA

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  15. Craig McCurdy

    Craig McCurdy BIGMAC

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    "Crashclay" riding Southern WA. Taken today, 3-8-12 :clap
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  16. workerant

    workerant SpaƟ im Dreck

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    Yrs truly at the BMW offroad school in December

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    Near Bears Ears Pass, UT

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  17. amtz.zero

    amtz.zero Adventurer

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    My cool wife:

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  18. waylongway

    waylongway madmax

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  19. guns&coffee

    guns&coffee Gnarly!

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    Trying to help my wife make the transition from riding behind me to riding beside me. I bought her and my daughter a TT-R225. My daughter (she rides horses,too) really took it. My wife finds it too tall and hard to hold up. I'm thinking something like a 500 Ninja, V-strom 650 or 650GS would work well. She has a 30" inseam and weighs around 140.
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  20. Xtremjeepn

    Xtremjeepn Motorhead!

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    The VStrom 650 is a HUGE bike for someone not that comfortable with riding! Especially if she thinks the ttr225 is too tall!

    Maybe a ninja 250 is a good place to start. You can usually buy one uses and sell it a year later for the same price.


    This is her VStrom 650 next to my KTM 950. The VStrom is lowered in the front about 1.25". This is her 5th bike. Not a small machine by any means.

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