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Linda Dugeau learned to ride a motorcycle in 1932. In 1938, she began a letter-writing campaign to establish a national network of female motorcyclists who owned and rode their own machines. Thus was born the Motor Maids. In the 1930s, women riders were so rare that it took Linda and Dot Robinson three years to locate the charter members of The Motor Maids. Shoreline Harley-Davidson

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The Mom Who Took Off On her Motorcycle

Marianne Weber, a Journalist from Belgium, tested the R68 for the French magazine “MOTORCYCLE” (issue 81/August 18, 1952) and achieved a top speed of more than 160 km/h and gave the proof that the R68 was a real 100-mph racing-bike. This photo was made by “R.G. Everts” in April 1952. Marianne Weber later achieved 162.895 km/h (101.24 mph) in 1954

Honda Scrambler 350 - I bought this bike in 1968 with a blue and white tank. Rode it like I stole it.