Motorcycle Mary McGee: First Solo Baja 500 Racer
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by Alicia Elfving
6d ago
Mary McGee: Hall of Famer, Trailblazing Racer in America I met Mary McGee at the Long Beach International Motorcycle Show (IMS) over ten years ago– her towering stature, curly light hair, and radiant smile all give her an indomitable presence. She has a sort of glow about her. Plus, the moment you start talking to her, you realize she is one of the kindest people to walk the earth. Talking with her in person, albeit briefly, was extremely memorable for me. That’s why it was a no-brainer for her to be a feature in my book. The piece about Mary McGee in my 2021 book, “The MotoLady’s Book of Wom ..read more
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Experiencing the New Cardo Packtalk Pro
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by Alicia Elfving
6d ago
Always the perfect weather for a ride in Temecula, California. Cardo Packtalk Pro Review from new MotoLady journalist Milica Jokanovic The new Packtalk Pro has crash detection features and great sound that will blow you away Since launching the first Bluetooth wireless intercom headset in 2004, Cardo Systems has been shaking up the industry with innovations. They’ve consistently enhanced communication, advanced technology, and improved rider safety. Their pioneering efforts have changed how riders connect and revolutionized on-road communication. Harley-Davidison of San Diego provided Low R ..read more
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Bessie Stringfield: African American Queen of the Road
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by Alicia Elfving
6d ago
Copyright Ann Ferrar Bessie Stringfield fought for civil rights and equality by doing what she loved despite the struggles and danger that came with riding motorcycles. Before the days of national highway systems, before the Civil Rights Movement took hold and women were frequently treated as nothing more than baby-makers… Bessie Stringfield was an active solo traveler. Bessie is a bastion of freedom through motorcycling to this day for this reason and so many more. Born in North Carolina in 1911, she was no stranger to the dangers of segregation and mistreatment of women. Despite many risks ..read more
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The Scoop on Women’s Motorcycle Show 2021
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by Alicia Elfving
6d ago
The sixth annual Women’s Motorcycle Show (May 21-23, 2021) in the Nascar Garage at the Texas Motor Speedway was a huge success! We boot-scooted, we boogied, we hosted a worldwide reveal, we tore it up on e-bikes, we had makers workshops, we gave away a bunch of amazing gear and gizmos… you know… normal Women’s Moto Show goodness! Really, the 2021 Women’s Motorcycle Show in Fort Worth, TX was an absolute blast. Three whole days of awesome entertainment surrounded by a bunch of the coolest motorcycling women I know. We went HAM this year… with a long list of good stuff. No rest for the wicked ..read more
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Announcing Women’s Motorcycle Show 2021… in Texas!
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by Alicia Elfving
6d ago
That’s right y’all! The sixth annual Women’s Motorcycle Show is goin’ down in Texas this year! Come get your annual dose of custom bikes built and raced by women at the Texas Motor Speedway, May 21-23. So excited to announce that Women’s Motorcycle Show is indeed happening in 2021… and the Lone Star State debut is stayin’ true to the well-known phrase that everything’s bigger in Texas! We’re setting up inside the NASCAR garage at the Texas Motor Speedway outside Dallas Fort-Worth. With 10,000-some square feet to spread our wings in, we’re going to be showing up with all the favorites… and som ..read more
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The MotoLady’s Book of Women Who Ride: Motorcycle Heroes, Trailblazers & Record-Breakers
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by Alicia Elfving
6d ago
The MotoLady’s Book of Women Who Ride: Motorcycle Heroes, Trailblazers, and Record-breakers – front cover Announcing the MotoLady’s Book of Women Who Ride! WHERE TO BUY I’m so excited to announce the project that I’ve been working on for two years… a book all about badass motorcycling women! The MotoLady website originally started out on Tumblr, featuring photographs of unique women motorcyclists (as well as art and custom bikes) from all over the world. So for me to have gotten to turn the original spirit of my website into a book means the world to me! The MotoLady’s Book of Women Who Ride ..read more
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The MotoLady Monster “Pandora” by Jimmy Ban
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by Alicia Elfving
6d ago
The MotoLady Ducati Monster “Pandora” and Alicia get their photoshoot on with Jimmy Ban in Southern California. GEAR AGV Corsa R Helmet Dainese  Jacket UglyBros-USA Guardian-G Pants REV’IT! Jerez Pro Gloves Icon 1000 Elsinore HP  Boots Pandora is a 1998 Ducati Monster 750 that took three years to build. You don’t see a load of her these days because I’ve taken to riding my “beater bike,” 2017 Honda Rebel 300, because I don’t worry about leaving it out of my sight. I may be a little too attached to Pandora, honestly. I decided to put the Monster in storage insurance mode with how muc ..read more
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Experiencing the New Cardo Packtalk Pro
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by Alicia Elfving
1M ago
Always the perfect weather for a ride in Temecula, California. Cardo Packtalk Pro Review from new MotoLady journalist Milica Jokanovic The new Packtalk Pro has crash detection features and great sound that will blow you away Since launching the first Bluetooth wireless intercom headset in 2004, Cardo Systems has been shaking up the industry with innovations. They’ve consistently enhanced communication, advanced technology, and improved rider safety. Their pioneering efforts have changed how riders connect and revolutionized on-road communication. Harley-Davidison of San Diego provided Low R ..read more
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Bessie Stringfield: African American Queen of the Road
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by Alicia Elfving
1M ago
Copyright Ann Ferrar Bessie Stringfield fought for civil rights and equality by doing what she loved despite the struggles and danger that came with riding motorcycles. Before the days of national highway systems, before the Civil Rights Movement took hold and women were frequently treated as nothing more than baby-makers… Bessie Stringfield was an active solo traveler. Bessie is a bastion of freedom through motorcycling to this day for this reason and so many more. Born in North Carolina in 1911, she was no stranger to the dangers of segregation and mistreatment of women. Despite many risks ..read more
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Stop Taking Pictures of Just Your Motorcycle! (video w/BlindThistle)
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by Alicia Elfving
1M ago
Stop Taking Pictures of Just Your Motorcycle! A Video with MotoLady & BlindThistle on As the Magpie Flies One of my favorite artists and moto ladies, Amanda Zito (aka BlindThistle), and I have been working together for going on seven years now. She does all the art for my event (the Women’s Motorcycle Show), and we have been following each other for a decade now. She’s also got this super awesome YouTube channel where she catalogs her adventures called “As the Magpie Flies’. Amanda is an avid adventure rider with loads of seat time who creates videos and photos from her travels which are ..read more
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