on December 13, 2010
I'm one of the "Biker Chicz" featured in the book on page 196. Finally had the chance to read the book, and it was hard to put down. I even took notes from some of the gals stories; really some intelligent & freethinking women. I totally became inspired with fresh breaths of enthusium throughout the read. I'm not pushing the book because I'm it it... but because I believe in the book, it contents, and the values from within. 22 very different women with 22 eye-opening stories of women climbing & struggling to their heights & beyond, in a mostly male dominated biker world.
on February 8, 2011
This is a book that all women should read, whether you ride or not. The authors have selected 22 women who have taken very different paths in life but who all have a message for living. Very well written, even the Introduction which cronicles women and motorcycles in the early years. Good enough to read twice!
on January 30, 2011
The history of the motorcycle, and those unique people that have chosen this life style,can be as diverse as our nation. Our history offers us everything from the touring groups to social groups; gender groups to couples; Motor Maids to Outlaws.
The history of women and Motorcycles goes back over a century. 'Biker Chicz' gives us a look at twenty two women that have "paid their dues".
'Biker Chicz' gives us an indepth look at twenty-two different women that have made their mark in our culture. This publication includes women such as; Chris Sommer Simmons (three times Hall of Famer), Gevin Fax, Sasha Mullins (Chrome Cowgirl),Becky Brown (founder of Women in the Wind), Pepper Massey,and Betsy Huelkamper. This publication brings these women to life. This book tells their story! These women, each and every one of them, have been there-done that. These women are not Biker Chicz, these women are Women Bikers!
'Biker Chicz is very well written; the pic's entertaining, the history unforgetable!
on May 14, 2014
Biker Chicz of North America is a great read, especially if you like Harley motorcycles. It takes the reader down the Highway of Freedom, a place where independent women dwell and flourish, never looking back as they eagerly anticipate the next curve in the road. The 22 independent stories are up-lifting, keeping the reader glued to the book, and turning the pages in anticipation of the next paragraph. Highly recommended.