Profile of a Female Motorcyclist Meet Cellina

Pam
Wife, mom, grandmother, motorcyclist, and blogger.

Serendipity. It means a “fortuitous happenstance” or “pleasant surprise”.  That is how I “met” my next guest. Read Profile of a Female Motorcyclist Meet Cellina. She is from Los Angeles, CA and blogs at Motorcycle House.

Profile of a Female Motorcyclist Meet Cellina & her ride!
Cellina on her ride!

Profile of a Female Motorcyclist Meet Cellina

How long have you been riding a motorcycle? I have been riding motorcycle since I was 14.

How did you learn to ride? From my father.

What was your first motorcycle? Harley Sportster 1200

 How many have you owned? I have owned 3 bikes.

1)      Harley Sportser 1200

2)      Honda Shadow 750 Spirit

3)      Honda VTX 1300 C

Why did you want to ride a motorcycle? At first I loved to see the roads from passenger seat but later I felt I should behind the bars.

Tell us about your riding.  I had my first trip as adventure motorcycling when I was teenager. Blue smoke and rarely made it out of third. I did not care that combination of freezing northern wind on my face, the smell of burning two-stroke and the realization that I am on my bike I could go anywhere started a love affair with motorcycles that continues to the day. That was my happiest day of my life.

What advice do you have for women who ride or want to ride a motorcycle? Just ride slowly and carefully. You must have four eyes while riding a bike.

What is the longest trip that you’ve taken on your cycle? Last year when I had gone with my mother to the hill station. That was my longest trip.

Do you belong to any motorcycle groups? Yes

Do you have a favorite riding story? Yes. I have many travelling riding stories.

What do you do when you’re not riding? I write an article related to motorcycle ride and equipment.

Thank you Cellina for sharing!

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