Up next is Profile of a Female Motorcyclist Meet Julie a.k.a. Shooter. I’m loving cyberspace and connecting with gals from all over the world! My next guest I “met” through a Twitter connection is from Chicago, IL. Friends, I’d like you to meet Julie a.k.a. Shooter. Her Twitter handle is @OverLapLighting. Check out Julie’s web site OverLapLighting.com.
Profile of a Female Motorcyclist Meet Julie a.k.a. Shooter
How long have you been riding a motorcycle? 4 years
How did you learn to ride? Ride Chicago
What was your first motorcycle? Honda Shadow
How many have you owned? 3
Why did you want to ride a motorcycle? I thought it was cool!
Tell us about your riding. I ride for the convenience but most importantly the joy
What advice do you have for women who ride or want to ride a motorcycle? JUST DO IT!!!!
What is the longest trip that you’ve taken on your cycle? Chicago to Sturgis
Do you belong to any motorcycle groups? I am part of a new organization called *Organized Chaos
Do you have a favorite riding story? Just riding with friends is AMAZING
What do you do when you’re not riding? I am a theatrical lighting designer/ photographer [Check out her web site here.]
*Organized Chaos Chicago is a women’s motorcycle group, committed to creating a local community of women motorcyclists and friends of women motorcyclists.
Profile of a Female Motorcyclist Meet Julie is in the same women’s motorcycle group as our friend Kathy! Many of the stories of lady riders on the blog come through friends of those I profiled. It is all about the community of female motorcyclists! Let’s grow this community by including your story!
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Julie is so cool! I love her attitude. And her club is an important part of the motorcycling scene. Here in NY, we have The Sirens Women’s M/C with a similar vibe. Always great to see them out on a ride.
Hello Julie…… Nice to see another great lady rider enjoying life on two wheels.