So I don't have to wait for someone to ride with.
by Lady T
I just turned 41 years old, 3 days after buying my first Harley.
I rode as a passenger for close to 6 years, and then married a non-biker. I gave it up until he asked me one day what I would do if I came home and found a Harley in the driveway. I told him I would take a riding class. Well lo and behold, he gets me the riding class as my Christmas present last year. I took the MSF course in February and passed it, got my license, and got my first bike. I just logged mile 150 tonight. I love the wind and the exhilleration I get on the bike. Just the sound of the engine really excites me. It beckons me to board and fly!