Desperately needing facial skin care ideas.
(Benton, KY, USA)
I am a 60 yr old newbie solo rider. After 15+ years as passenger, decided to get my own scooter! I ride a '08 Yamaha 650 and prefer no helmet. I'll wear a do-rag or bandana across my forehead but my nose, cheeks and chin take a beating. I use sunscreen but need product ideas to combat wind burn. When riding in cold will cover lower face with bandana "robber style" but don't want to do that in heat of summer. What are you other ladies finding that works? I want the wind in my face, but NOT the damage from the pleasure. Any ideas or suggestions? Thanks
switchback or Deluxe?
I am ready to move on to Harley Davidson motorcycle. I find both of them more comfortable cornering and turning without straining my tendon in my right shoulder (real bad tendonitis), and I have looked at Switchback and Deluxe. I love both of them, but I need to know what any ladies (who have ridden Switchback or Deluxe) think of them. Any cons and pros on them? I just want to make a wise decision before I buy. I have ridden Softail Hertiage, but lifting that bike really did no# 1 on my right shoulder.. Thanks..
883 into a 1200
by Lisa Thuning
Hi Ladies....i would love some input from anyone who had had their 883 turned into a 1200! I bought my 883low new in 2010 and love her but....she gets pretty wound out past 60 mph so i have been looking into buying the kit to change her over to a 1200....my husband will be doing the conversion! God Help Me LOL! But I would love to heat from others who have done this.....the bike was bought new and has only a few thousand miles so i thought rather than spending the money on another bike just do this???? My husband said to just trade it and buy a softail....so any input ladies will be much appreciated! Happy New Year
Why THAT Bike?
Ok, so i'm a fan of different pages on Facebook related to motorcycles and women riders. The majority of pictures posted are of women on crotch rockets. While i think some crotch rockets are beautiful, i just don't like the riding position at all, especially since i plan to go on rides longer than 3 hours to my destination one way and 18 hours the other. I've always preferred cruisers and tourings, but then again, i'm up there in age. I just want to get there, don't need to get there in 2.3 seconds. The need for speed is just not my cup-o-java. Now, having said that, when i see the pics of women on cruisers and tourings, i LOVE those pics! I respect the women more, they are showing that they have the guts to even want to get on a bigger bike AND they handle it well!! i love it love it love it!!!!
So my question to you is, why did you choose your bike? There's alerady a blog on the bikes women ride, i want to know why THAT bike. Thanks.