To help you join in on this global phenomenon and to make the most of your own local, regional or solo ride on International Female Ride Day, we’ve compiled a list of ideas that’ll help to get you started.
Tag: motorcycling for women
Riding alone can offer enjoyment – the peace and quiet of the road plus some “me time”. The challenge for many is working up the motivation to ride alone. But once you’ve spent some time out there on the open road, freely leaning around your favourite corners you will start to crave that solo ride time.
Here are some great and simple yoga moves to combat motorcycle ride stiffness. These stretches are especially selected for women motorcycle riders, and particularly useful after a long day’s motorcycle or scooter tour.
The fact is, motorcyclists could easily prevent many of the problems they encounter with their motorcycle or scooter. That’s the message from motorcycle mechanics who shared a list of the common problems seen in their shops.
These sunscreen protection findings will have you tossing out your current suntan lotion for safer sun protection on every motorcycle ride.
Nothing beats the feeling of the sun on your face or the pleasure felt after a long day riding on clean, dry roads. Nonetheless, the high reaching temperatures of summer present their own challenges especially since we need to wear our protective motorcycle gear while trying to stay cool.
For the 13th edition of International Female Ride Day (IFRD), Saturday 4 May, I am pleased to announce to you a few exciting changes. The proven track record of International Female Ride Day continues to escalate motorcycling for women the world over.
Funded by Harley-Davidson, the study found that motorcycling increased metrics of focus and attention, and decreased relative levels of cortisol, a hormonal marker of stress. Basically, riding a motorcycle improves focus and decreases stress.
For the fifth time this season, Jordan Jarvis had a perfect round, going 1-1-1. This final overall win gave Jordan Jarvis the 2018 Women’s Professional Motocross Championship title.
Motorcycle riding gear is as huge a part of motorcycle riding as the ride itself. You’ll need to ensure your gear keeps you safe and that it’s comfortable. Riding in the cold, extreme heat or a downpour of rain can be distracting to your focus to the road.
Saudi Arabia was the only country in the world to ban women from getting behind the wheel or handlebars. A recent historic decision sees Saudi women allowed to ride motorcycles – to drive cars, including trucks.