In the previous article we looked back on our New Zealand North Island adventure of Women Riders World Relay (WRWR), with the largest group of approximately 150 women motorcyclists leaving Hampton Downs. We also saw the girls battle zero degrees on the snow covered desert road.
Two months have passed since I took part in what I can only describe as the most incredible 8 day motorcycle trip of my life with the most inspirational lady riders. Here’s looking back on that epic trip….
After all the planning and organising, the time has finally come for me to take part in the Women Riders World Relay (WRWR). We’re here on the opposite side of the world from where, not only the relay started but also the place I have called home since birth, the UK. That’s a strange butContinue reading “Women Inspiring Women – WRWR 2019 – Just an Idea”
Previously on ‘Women Inspiring Women’; we took a look at the journey of the baton thus far and the incredible story of The Aussie Biker Chick, Collette Tindal, who has taken it upon herself to travel the world following the baton on that journey. Therefore earning the title of Women Riders World Relay (WRWR), worldwideContinue reading “Women Inspiring Women – WRWR 2019 – Kiwi Styles”
In the next couple of weeks counting down to the New Zealand relay I will be posting weekly articles in my ‘Women Inspiring Women’ series, giving you a little more of an insight into Women Riders World Relay (WRWR).
After 25,000 miles of riding together over 5 years and endless adventures through all kinds of weather, my 1st big bike was finally sold 5 weeks ago!
On 4th August The Litas Plymouth held a Mighty Quiz to raise funds for Alzheimer’s research UK which was kindly hosted by Karen and Robin at Chequered Flag Cafe. But this was more than just a mere quiz. Us ladies put in a mighty effort riding our motorbikes for several hours to different local businesses collectingContinue reading “A Mighty Effort From The Litas Biker Ladies of Plymouth”
You can read part 1 of this blog here. So I was finally getting the bike looking good again after 4 years of pure ugliness. I had found the right man for the job, (a passionate Irishman with a love for fine art and motorbike restoration) Ricky, Rusty Hills Repair and Restoration. As I stillContinue reading “Yami Restoration from Red to Purple Part 2/3”
It’s funny, only Thursday night I had a complete anxiety meltdown in which I questioned everything I am trying to achieve with this blog and whether it is worth doing? I guess maybe I need to read more of my own advice….
During my epic road-trip to Wales which you can read about here: Part 1 and Part 2, my friend and I stayed at Basecamp located in Llanllyfni a small village on the outskirts of Snowdonia National Park.