Very Cool!! 8) The more the merrier!!KellyTheViking said:I will be riding with my partner, each our own bike. We are taking the MSF course together and then off we go. I'm going to try to get her to join the site too.
Thats great!! Thanks for sharing.Kaw-Girl said:I ride with my husband. He has an Aprillia Falco and a Yamaha FJR 1300. I took the MSF course this spring and got my own bike in May. I got a Kawasaki Ninja 500. I've already got 3,300 miles on my bike. I'm loving riding on my own.
WOW!! Your riding alot...that is awesome...I say the more you ride the better rider you become!Kaw-Girl said:I got my bike on May 4, 2004.
I have a couple pair of riding pants,both are First Gear. One pair is water proof lining so they are pretty warm on hot days. The other is a mesh.
Sidi boots. Just bought a new helmet (wanted one to match the bike) silver/black. It is an Icon. I really like the helmet, very comfortable. Jacket is a Hein Gericke, but I have one from Kawasaki on order if it ever comes in (the orange and black one).
Great site NinjaGirl. I think this will be fun.
You sound like a well experienced rider....mikimoto said:My top preference is riding solo. 2nd - doing girl's only rides, 3rd - my husband.
I push myself harder when riding by myself and am not hampered by someone else riding with me - or in my husband's case (he won't admit it,) but I know that I hinder his riding.
Heather:kyhick1 said:Don't know any local ladies that ride...will keep looking and hoping
Ride Safe and Sane,
I hosted the Pacific NW Hooligan Bbq last summer, and met several girls that way -so your campout idea sounds like a winner. Be sure to post the notice at all your local bike shops too and emphasize that you want lots of female riders there.kyhick1 said:I may decide to invite a bunch of bikers from the forum to come to my place and camp next summer. I have 56 acres of woods and plenty of space to camp. lots of good bendy road to ride on too.