Tag: women motorcyclists

Q & A with Open Road Girl Founder, Malinda Johnson

Everyone has a story, right? In this Q & A with Open Road Girl Founder, Malinda Johnson, you will learn hers and hopefully be inspired to share yours with the ORG community as well! Ready? Let’s burn rubber with Malinda! Q: When did you begin riding Motorcycles Solo? Malinda: “In 2005 at age 32 I […]

February Spotlight of the Month – Sarah G

I started riding, after learning briefly on my husband’s dirt bike when I turned 40. Then at 48 he brought home a bike that was sexy, old, knobbly tired, funky in the way I am, red white and blue, and totally cool – my 1989 Honda TransAlp XL600V. I have been and done many things, […]

Riding History: 3 Women Who Changed the Face of Motorcycling

There are 8.4 million motorcycles registered in the United States—a tiny number compared to the 264 million registered cars and trucks. Motorcyclists are definitely a subculture and a heavily male-dominated one at that. Only 14%–about 1.18 million—of the motorcycles on American roads are registered to women. The American Motorcyclist Association encourages more women to try motorcycling if […]