Women in motorcycling goes back generations and has created a rich history (HER-STORY).
Real Biker Chicks hopes to share many of those stories, wisdom and advise from all those who rode back then and today.
Introducing our guest authors and contributing writers. They are all considered both Family and Friends to the Real Biker Chicks of the World. Articles of their adventures, tips and tricks and or stories of the road is what makes this a great site. Without them this site would just be a bunch of pretty pictures.
Introducing Our Authors
DONNA & JERRY
Jerry “Motorman” and Donna Palladino, owners of Ride Like a Pro have been teaching and performing all over the USA with their Team. You can learn more about RLAP at ridelikeapro.com
Edward Winterhalder is an American author, television producer, entrepreneur, and leading authority on motorcycle clubs and the Harley-Davidson biker lifestyle; his books are published in multiple languages and sold all over the world. Also, the creator and executive producer of the Biker Chicz and Living on the Edge.
Flo Fuhr is known by hundreds of bikers all across Canada and the USA as the Conga Queen. Flo is the found of a incredible fundraising event started many years ago called the Conga. To learn more about her organization visit: gowitheflo.org
Lucky Belcamino is the President and founder of East Coast Biker Chicks, West Coast Biker Chicks, and other large chapters across the USA. She has been riding for 25 years and currently rides a 2002 Harley Davidson FXDL Custom. Learn more about Lucky and her club at: eastcoastbikerchicks.com
Laura has been featured in magazines such as Hot Bike Bagger, American Bagger, American Iron, IronWorks, Cycle Source, Biker’s Ally, as well as PowerBlock TV, Speed Channel, and the History Channel. She was part of the XX Chromes All Woman Bike Build in 2007, setting a bike build record of 5 hours and 5 minutes, and just completed a second build with the xx Chromes at a Chicago IMS Show.
From early on Sue was in love with motorcycles. But she never thought it would be possible to ever ride one by herself. Never say never. In her mid 50s she heard about the Motorcycle Safety Classes and thought what the hell. She took the class and now the rest is history, or should we say HER-story.
Some would say Carrie had motor oil in her blood being born from a family of motorcycle racers. Both sides of the family tree ride but she is the only female member in the tree to ride her own. In fact her first car was not a car at all but instead a motorcycle.
Wil De Clercq is a freelance motorsport writer based in Canada. Since the early 1980s he has written for numerous motocross publications including Motocross Magazine & Motocross Action (USA); Performance Racing News, Inside Motorcycles & MX Performance (Canada) and MotorGazet (Belgium).
JoAnne Bortles is an extremely talented painter and biker chicks. “Each mile I ride is a miracle to me as there were so many years that it was impossible.” Suspendisse condimentum tincidunt tellus ac lacinia. In hac habitasse platea dictumst.