Grounded in Transitional Care

After spending eleven days in the hospital, I was released and moved to a transitional care facility. The motorcycle accident resulted in injuries to my upper right arm, left wrist/hand, and right ankle, rendering me unable to independently feed, take care of myself, or walk independently. Admitted to Transitional Care I was admitted to a […]

2 Surgeries and a Boot Finally Released

In my previous post, I shared about my motorcycle accident. It caused me to be in the hospital for eleven days, having 2 surgeries, and a boot on my right foot before being released to a short-term care facility. The least of my injuries happened to my right ankle. It was fractured, but thankfully it […]

Motorcyclist Down!

On April 21, my life drastically changed. I became a motorcyclist who went down, which resulted in a fractured right ankle, a broken upper right arm, and a broken left arm and wrist. It was a beautiful sunny day with a slight breeze—the perfect day to take my motorcycle out for a ride. I had […]

10 Must-Have Gifts for Women Motorcyclists | Your Guide to the Perfect Presents

Whether it’s for a birthday, anniversary, Mother’s Day, Christmas, or just because you love her, finding the perfect gift for the women in your life who love to ride motorcycles can be a challenge. That’s why I have put together a list of 10 gift ideas that are perfect for women motorcyclists. As a female […]

Women Motorcyclists: A Force to Be Reckoned With

Female motorcyclists are a diverse group of women, and many have friends who also ride. I’ve come to appreciate the wide variety of women who choose to hop on two wheels and hit the road. Despite the stereotypes that still linger around the idea of a “biker chick,” the truth is that women motorcyclists come […]

The Best Time for Women to Learn to Ride a Motorcycle 5 Tips

As a female motorcyclist, I am often asked at what age a woman should start learning to ride a motorcycle. The truth is, there is no one answer that fits all. Riding a motorbike is a personal decision that requires physical and mental strength, balance, and coordination. However, in my experience, there are a few […]

7 Tips for Women Motorcyclists: When to Stay Off Your Motorcycle

As seasoned women motorcyclists, we know that there are times when we shouldn’t get on our bikes. Whether we’re feeling under the weather or the weather itself isn’t cooperating, it’s important to prioritize safety over the thrill of the ride. So today, let’s take a closer look at when it’s best to leave our motorcycles […]

Breaking Barriers: 2 Ride Days and Female Motorcyclists

International Female Ride Day and Ride to Work Day are two exciting events that celebrate women who ride motorcycles. Both of these events offer an excellent opportunity for women to connect with other riders, showcase their skills, and celebrate the freedom and independence that comes with riding a motorcycle.  International Female Ride Day International Female […]

Breaking Stereotypes: Top 8 Motorcycles for Women Who Ride

Motorcycles for Women Motorcycles have always been a symbol of freedom, adventure, and independence. Breaking stereotypes, it’s no longer just a male-dominated field (finally), as more and more women are getting into the world of motorcycling. In fact, according to the Motorcycle Industry Council, female riders now account for nearly 20% of all motorcycle owners […]

Are Motorcycle Airbag Jeans A Game-Changer?

Have you seen the hottest motorcycle apparel from the Swedish company, Mo’Cycle? Motorcycle airbag jeans! What?! You read that right! Airbag pants that wear and look like jeans, are reusable after deployment, and are stronger than steel will be hitting the market. The technology behind them seems like a game changer for motorcyclists! How do […]