In Biker Chicz of North America, Edward Winterhalder and Wil De Clercq have compiled in-depth profiles of twenty-two fascinating women who ride Harley-Davidson motorcycles. Each chapter features an individual whose life story is compelling, intriguing, fascinating, and inspirational. While each woman featured in this book is unique and extraordinary in her own right, there are, not surprisingly, certain attributes they all have in common. In addition to being avowed motorcycle riders they live to ride and ride to live they are successful, intelligent, freethinking, adventurous, creative, inspiring, and tenacious. They are women who have followed their dreams and dared to live life on their own terms. All are survivors who boldly took on challenges that many of us men or women would find daunting. Some of them came by their success easily, others by triumphing over adversity. Despite their common traits, most are as different as night and day. Some are introverted, others extroverted; some are family oriented, others are loners. They ll be the first to admit, however, that without their Harleys, they would not be who they are today. Their beloved motorcycles are what defines them and what sets them apart from their nonriding sisters.Some bike models, such asthe Sportster, were especially designed to attractwomen riders. While the Harley Owners Group openly welcomes women riders (and passengers), Ladies ofHarley wasconceived to operate in parallel ... Since 2007, Harley Davidson haspaid tribute to women riders atAmericaa#39;s largest annualbiker gatherings, including the famed Sturgis MotorcycleRally and DaytonaBike Week.
|Title||:||Biker Chicz Of North America|
|Author||:||Edward Winterhalder, Wil De Clercq|
|Publisher||:||Blockhead City Inc - 2010-12-01|