Don’t Judge Me By The Size or Color of My Motorcycle

Don’t Judge Me By The Size or Color of My Motorcycle

We have a lot of strange things happening in our country right now.  I’m not going to make any kind of political statement but I do want to encourage all of our powerful, wonderful members to reach out to others in support of diversity.  Reach out and support others with your love and your passion and your joy and encourage them with your strength.  Women On Wheels® has a good cross section of women.  Our bikes and our bodies represent the young and the old; the rich and the poor; the black, the white, the yellow; the long distance iron-butt rider and the just around the block rider…whatever your speed…whatever your motorcycle…whatever the color of you or your bike…it shouldn’t matter.  We are all the same.

Yellow Bee - Buzzz

Yellow Bee – Buzzz

Baby Bobber

Baby Bobber



May 19, 2018 at 10:20 am

I find the more diverse the bikes in a group are, the better the ride. Love meeting others and seeing the wide variety of bikes. I have ridden an assortment of different bikes during my life. SO, as long as someone is out there, it is all good.

Patty Kraynik

February 7, 2017 at 2:38 am

Amen like the old saying goes. Its not what you ride it’s THE RIDE. Now more than ever we need to re-group re-connect and re-love all of us female riders and reach out to new ones. We need to wear our patch with pride grace and love.


September 21, 2016 at 2:15 pm

Yep….we all taste like chicken. :-)

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