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Kayleigh Buyck Crowned at BUILD. TRAIN. RACE. Final

Kayleigh clinched the BTR Road Racing Championship with a thrilling win at Barber Motorsports Park

by Royal Enfield Media Team
Royal Enfield’s Build. Train. Race. program was burning at both ends over the weekend with action in both Flat Track and Road Racing. The BTR Flat Track women took on the all-new American Flat Track venue, while BTR Road Racing wrapped up the six-round championship at the Barber MotoAmerica round. The race winners each earned their respective titles— Jaycee Jones in BTR Flat Track and Kayleigh Buy...
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Women and Growth in Gun Ownership & Firearms Industry

Contributions American women make to the firearm and ammunition industry – past, present and future

by Larry Keane from www.TheTruthAboutGuns.com
March is Women’s History Month and there’s no better opportunity to celebrate the contributions American women make to the firearm and ammunition industry – past, present and future.
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Gevin Fax Blazes Her Own Trail

“Everybody kept telling me my life was going to change after I bought the Harley. Let me tell you something: Everything changed."

by Emily Chavous from RussBrown.com
Whether riding a motorcycle or challenging norms, Gevin Fax is no stranger to blazing trails. She says, "I think this is the best, most wonderful country in the world, but we are not flawless. I want women to not sell themselves short. We are stronger than we give ourselves credit for. We are more possible than we could ever imagine."
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Flying Fay

The Irish World Champion

Contributed by Sam Burns
Between 1927 and 1930 she was known as the ‘Queen of the Dirt Track’, and was the first woman to race in England.
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WORLD'S FASTEST FEMALE MOTORCYCLE RACER" 328 MPH

2022 Will Be a Busy Year on the Salt for Valerie

By Eric Studer, photos by Scooter Grub and from various publications
Valerie will have a busy 2022 starting with two spring testing sessions and plans to compete at the Bonneville Motorcycle Speed Trials with the BUB 7 Streamliner after a five-year rebuilding process. She will also be the designated rider at select events for both the Team Turbo Tiger Kawasaki and Motus 1650cc MSTR owned by Robert Swartz.
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The Flying Wrens: Sisterhood of Motorcycling Heroes

All-Female British dispatch riders of WW-II

by Brendan McAleer from Hagerty.com
Originally, the Women’s Royal Naval Service (WRNS) was formed in 1917, during WW-I. Riding on narrow British roads in all weather conditions can be a dangerous enough occupation. Doing so around the clock during WW-II with the German Blitz going on around you required steel nerves. The bikes used were mostly small, single-cylinder affairs, built specifically for military use.
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D.C.'s Lone Girl Motorcyclist Stormed Loudly To Get Permit

On September 11, 1937 from American Motorcycle History

from Motorcyclism.org
The Washington Post reported that after nearly a decade of operating motorcycles illegally, Sally Robinson decided it was time to get a permit.
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MOTOR MAIDS COME TO BIKERNET--

Designed to Empower Women

From Sam Burns and the Motor Maids
Established in 1940, Motor Maids was one of the first women's motorcycle groups and has been called the oldest existing women's club in the United States.
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