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    Wow, here she is. This book has been a long time in the making. After 10 years, I have finally mustered up the courage, time, strength and faith needed to share this collection. My hope is that this book fills you with the strength you need to be honest about where you are in your recovery journey, or life in general. I hope that my path serves as a light for your own and that you may find constant inspiration to fight for the beautiful life that is available to all of us.

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    She wants to go! A newcomer to the world of wheels. Or more likely, a pioneer.

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    Liz Jansen is one of my favorite 2012 women in motorcycling for many reasons, which you will share with me if you read her book: Women, Motorcycles and the Road to Empowerment explores the relationship between women, motorcycling and personal power. In paperback and Kindle editions amzn.to/wYsGQC

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    In 2011 I posted 31 Days of Women in Motorcycling. My criteria was that they should be important, influential, and inspiring, and active today. Here they are...

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    For many years until early 2012, Jan Plessner, aka "JetSki Jan", was the Public Relations Manager for Kawasaki USA. She embodies the word "enthusiasm" and stood totally behind her brand -- she was especially proud of the fact that you could graduate from one to another bike, or try dual sport after you learn street, or learn street after you've learned dirt. Read more...

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    Genevieve Schmitt is an Emmy-nominated television producer and an award-winning magazine editor with more than 25 years of experience working in both the television and print mediums. Her company, Solitude Ranch Communications LLC, publishes WomenRidersNow.com, an online magazine about women and motorcycling, and TrikeRidersNow.com Read more...

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    Vicki Gray: Founder/ Director/Editor of MOTORESS. Vicky introduced MOTORESS in 2006 and relocated the company to Toronto as its International head office and works full time promoting and growing the MOTORESS brand while enjoying excessive amounts of diverse motorcycling! Read more...

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