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If custom bikes for women get popular this would open a whole new potential world of designer accessories.



Pink fringed armchaps? Oh, wait. Never mind. Longride already has those.



How would one design an EZ-Leaker(tm) for the fairer sex?
 

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Check out her web site . I am not a chopper fan but I do admire people who are good mechanically. Her bike has a clean fresh look about it. If she brings more women riders into our hobby more power to her. I wish her all the success in the world. I can't get my wife to even ride a motorcycle.
 

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Looks like fun, more power to them. I don't see any reason why women can't build bikes, all it takes is money and some basic mechanical skill, obviously in this case some business acumen as well.



Hope it works out for them
 

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Judging by the photos on her site, her bike looks at least as good as most of the other "customs" out there.



Smart idea from a smart lady. I just wish she was building something other than choppers. Enough already.



That being said, I hope she makes a killing.
 

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I might be made to turn in my genitals for this, but I wouldn't mind seeing a woman designer building bikes for men, too (as long as we're not talking pink). If I see many more two-wheeled gothic-horrors, built by testotards, I don't know if my sense of the absurd can stand it.
 

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Sure more power to her and all, but I don't see anything really distinctive about it. It is low frills which I like, suppose the pink accents in the paintjob is what make it a 'womans' chopper. Otherwise looks like any other custom. Check that MSRP of $34k. That's a very manly price tag!
 

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I was going to caution everybody yesterday to not go to that webpage but I only recovered my sight this morning.....
 

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>I wish her all the success in the world. I can't get my wife to even ride a motorcycle.



Well, if she doesn't want to why would you want her to if you see what I mean ?



Many women are happy to go from pillion to riding themselves, take her for rides and make it fun, don't scare the hell out of her.



JL

(well I've introduced 5 girlfriends to riding (who'd never ridden) in the past 6 years, so there's gotta be a way...)
 

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>I wish her all the success in the world. I can't get my wife to even ride a motorcycle.



Well, if she doesn't want to why would you want her to if you see what I mean ?



Many women are happy to go from pillion to riding themselves, take her for rides and make it fun, don't scare the hell out of her.



JL

(well I've introduced 5 girlfriends to riding (who'd never ridden) in the past 6 years, so there's gotta be a way...)
 

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What? A figure of Death carrying a flaming scythe and a double barrel shotgun isn't what you call perfect tank art? It really tells all the other CPAs that you're different. You're a rebel.
 
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