vww, I have a great idea, why don't you bring your lame a$$ out to the race track so I can give you a riding lesson, if you can only pass when someone "gets out of your way" then you are a no-balls loser.
Yeah, as fishin' goes, he's got nothin' on TheHighwayMan. 'Course you can't expect just any old kraut to measure up to the sort of uniquely manly American that rides an authentic Harley-Davidson motorcycle.
I know several "lady" motorcyclists who I would be willing to bet would soundly whup your ass on the track or on a twisty backroad.
Even without knowing anything about your riding skills, I'd be willing to match up my 43-year old sister on her Bandit 1200. I bet the only way you would get past her is if she got out of the way and let you by.
There are women successfully competing in almost every club race in the country, there will be one woman in the 250GP class next year. There were two women competing in the Paris-Dakar -- unfortunately, one (Patsy Quick) required surgery for a ruptured spleen after a bad crash, but the other is still in there. When you are tougher and better than them, then you can start acting superior.