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Discussion in 'Motorcycling News' started by NetriderBot, Dec 30, 2013.
Commissioned study has some interesting conclusions.
Found this for all you of the fairer persuasion!
Beat me to it netbot. Apologies for double posting. At least I searched for a thread rather than creating a new thread.
Harley=Vibration... Women... Two and two... Just sayin'.
That's GOLD A. Wonderfully wicked sense of humor......
Wait till you ride a V4
So you are saying that Harleys are designed for girls...........
Interesting to subject .. well to us girls maybe
Here are another couple of recent articles >>>
It's good that this gets talked about. For a long time women were, generally, tentative about riding due to all kinds of societal values. These days girls are coming out as riders and it is great to see
Although I still feel like a bit of an outsider amongst the predominantly male mainstream of riders.
So what are the stats for girls women learning to ride? A personal communication from a trainer reveals that a steady 20% of learners through courses in NSW and Qld are girls women ... at least true for metropolitan areas ... stats for regional areas may differ in unexpected ways.