Why I Ride


Freedom, self-determination, choice, inspiration, therapy, camaraderie, dad, LOVE, empowerment.

Freedom from my thoughts and worries. Nothing is more freeing than the feeling of the wind against my face, an open road and the sound of a Harley.


Self-determination focus, strength of mind, control

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Choice Freedom of choice.  The choice to take the risk of riding two wheels. A risk that empowers me every time I roll that throttle.


InspirationTo be inspired.  Riding clears the cobwebs and allows for new ideas and sense of purpose.  To inspire others.  Giving women a reason to go out there and do it for themselves.



TherapyNo therapist can give you the kind of peace, serenity or clarity that comes with riding through the countryside, down tree lined roads, over rolling hills and riding into a sunset.


CamaraderieNothing is better than a biker community. You find some of your best and longest lasting friendships among bikers.  They are Family.



DadHarley Davidson was/is/and always will be my connection to my dad and is the one bond that will never be broken. Dad: Live to Ride~Ride to Live



LOVE–  For love.  Love of riding.  Love of life.  Loving Me.  Love for us.


Empowerment With freedom, clarity, focus and determination comes empowerment.  Two wheels and a few miles is sometimes all we need.


6 thoughts on “Why I Ride

  1. I missed this post before, and I like it! The photos are great!!

  2. Awesome pictures! I really appreciate the one of your dad… It’s amazing how pictures can put you right back in the moment. I enjoy your blog!

  3. Great website. I ride too!
    Dr. Kathy Thomas

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