2018 is here.
I think that every single one of us, in our mind, at the beginning of the year we have some plans, ideas, resolution for next year. That way we have some guiding lines about what we want to do in the near future.
Mine, to be honest, are related only to health and bikes:
1. To be healthy so I can manage to overcome everything that life will throw in my path. If you're not healthy, you don't have anything;
2. RIDE MORE;
3. LOOSE WEIGHT -All bike related of co
Days off means ride on!!!
Where to? Germany! Why? New bike...new BMW...so need to see BMW Museum. But first, let's stop and say hi!
On the 10th of October started my 4 days riding journey. The dashboard showed me 18034 miles. Let's start! The beemer is ready, the backpack is in position, strapped, full tank, full gear, and nice weather forecast.
But a journey can't start without little "surprises" made by my GPS, as usual. This time was my fault. I've forgotten the "Avoid
In July I was asking myself who was the first women motorcycle club and we learned a lot about Moto Maids that was charted in 1941.
During that time, was hard to be a female rider but, nowadays everybody can enjoy this passion. Still, we have issues with the gear...you know ...our curves and body futures :) so isn't that easy!
The UK Statistics On Bikes And Motorcycle Licence Holders has confirmed there are now over half a million women holding full motorcycle licenses.
11th of August! Yes was my birthday!!! And I'm writing about a riding that I made a couple of days ago.
In fact, this ride started a year ago, before my bday. I was looking at the map of Great Britain and wondering what I want to do special for my 30th birthday...so I said that I want to see the southernmost point of the UK and ride my bike there. OK! Google it and I've found out the southernmost point of the mainland: National Trust Lizard Point. Next step, make the itinera