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"Even though this book focuses on motorcycling and empowerment, it is much more than that. It's about how individuals found a passion, and in that development of skills and experience, found truly meaningful life lessons that carried them forward past bad relationships, broken careers, and hard times." D.Brent Miller, Sojourn Chronicles
"These women have found a real road to empowerment, inner strength, independence, and balance.
This book is an original and necessary vision, transcending the unique relationship between human being and machine and focuses on fifty stories of self-discovery through motorcycling."
Iván Montes Gálvez, Editor, La Moto
"People take many paths to empowerment. For many the motorcycle is the catalyst for that change which then spills over into other areas of their lives. The women in this book illustrate that point beautifully in story after story. This book is a gift Liz Jansen has given the world."
"We're always at the beginning of some area in our lives. As a new rider, I've learned how powerful and magical an experience riding a motorcycle is. Women, Motorcycles and the Road to Empowerment captures how empowering it is to be humbled by, accept and embrace our limits and masterfully move past them. It's a perfect read for anyone who's ready to shake things up a bit."
Love reading the stories of other women riders and how riding has impacted their life.Published 9 months ago by andrea young
Women bikers have come a long way since I took up riding in the 1960s. I never tire of reading stories about these ladies because each story has its own unique twist. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Jackie T. Shirley
I enjoyed reading this book about Women bike riders. I have been part of Motorcycling for over 40 years, owned a Motorcycle for more than 20 years, raced for over 10 years, so of... Read morePublished 16 months ago by sandra grant
Now I don't feel so alone in what I feel when I ride a motorcycle. It great to see other women out there riding as well.Published on August 19, 2013 by Lady Austin
Loved the commentary. This book captured many thoughts I had about getting back into riding. My confidence is lifted and the light ahead of me is much brighter. Nice job!Published on July 8, 2013 by Sharon L. Hollaway
I like the stories of the women . I cant say enough about women sharing their riding experiences and why they ride.
Sharing the stories is very inspiring . Read more
I seen this book on line and just had too but I just startedriding and wanted to ead some stories on other riders ad their adventures. Read morePublished on May 16, 2013 by Beth Carroll
Havent finished it yet but so far just a boring read....having a hard time picking it up to finish itPublished on January 19, 2013 by Carol Shemley