Living Life Begins When…

…you get your motorcycle endorsement! I know you agree that when you started riding motorcycles you had no idea the impact it would make on your life.

Meet young American Woman Rider Dakota Sidden.

It is a absolute necessity during our lives to grab it by the horns every once in awhile.   Since I’ve been riding smaller bikes, or riding back with my dad, many have brought up the idea of riding a bike of my own.

After many thoughts and many months later, I gave into the idea and took the course at Thunderbird in Albuquerque.

I met some amazing people along the way. The support you get from those riding with you is something you can honestly cherish forever.  I can’t wait to get out on the road with some of my classmates.

With the endorsement I earned from the MSF course in hand I hunted down a bike on Craigslist and found my current Sporty.

I encourage everyone to get out there and learn or to just try it.

It is an amazing experience to be in control of such a incredible machine.
I hope to see you all out on the road

PS: I love American Woman Riders!

Picture of Dakota and her mom and dad.

Note from American Woman Riders: I watched the Riders Edge Class that Dakota was in and she totally impressed me with her confidence and respect that she gave to her motorcycle training at such a young age.

Tina Reeves – harleyskyangel@comcast.net

American Woman Riders

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One thought on “Living Life Begins When…


  1. It is as good as that. If anyone has ever wanted to just try riding a motorcycle, just to see if they would like to "take one for a spin"; take the course. Sure it could be a tidy sum, so if you have a friend who will let you test a small displacement bike for the day; take the offer. If you like pedalling a bicycle and want to do more on two wheels, then you are a motorcycle candidate.

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