If you are looking for some new bike gear or accessories for the new ‘season’, get yourselves along to the Ladies Night at GetGeared in Leeds. Continue reading
Huzzah! I am back – did you miss me? Awwww…. you’re too kind! Mwah xx Continue reading
Good advice on making sure this season is a good, healthy long on for you.
Motorcycling: Welcome to the ‘Season’.
Barbara and Yosefa in Santiago
Back in 2004, my then partner, now husband, and I made the 30 odd mile trek from our home in Bury St Edmunds to Ipswich to see The Motorcycle Diaries – a biopic which charts a journey across South America undertaken by Ernesto (Che) Guevara and his friend Alberto on a 500cc Norton motorcycle. Continue reading
Once upon a time, in a world of myth induced machismo – when men were men and lady bikers were as rare as rocking horse shit, a gallant few defied culture, convention, society and discrimination to pave the way for increasing numbers of lady bikers through the generations Continue reading
I hang out with a group of lady bikers from all over Yorkshire. We are all currently all members of a national Ladies Motorcycle Club. I say currently, as club membership is up for renewal on the 31st of December. However, the majority of the Yorkshire membership have decided to walk away and create something new and beautiful of our own. So, on a Sunday afternoon in September, after a ride out, too much cake and a brain storming session, the idea of the Lippy Ladies Motorcycle Club was born. Continue reading
I am blessed in many ways. This weekend the blessings I appreciate the most are the group of wonderful women that I share my passion for motorcycling with, and that of my location. Based just on the edge of the Peak District National Park, twisty nirvana is only ever just few minutes away. Sunday morning found me itching to cover those minutes as I waited to see which of the ladies would rock up for our monthly South Yorkshire ride out. I was half way through a seriously chilled diet coke when Janey and Grace pulled off the round-a-bout and thankfully saved me from a major brain freeze. Continue reading