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The age of the ‘nuclear family’ was dawning. Soon that new invention, television, would churn out gender stereotypes and idealized sitcoms like Father Knows Best and The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet. It wouldn’t be until some four decades later that the sight of a woman mounted on a motorcycle, whether for transportation, recreation or competition, became commonplace. But before this was achieved women would face yet another hurdle, one that was much more demeaning than anything they had encountered.

Those who are serious about speed are often attracted to sanctioned racing or club racing, either off-road or on paved circuits. At least the responsible ones who are concerned about the dire consequences that can A Brief History of Motorcycles and Women Riders result from threading their way through traffic at high speeds look towards sanctioned or club competition as a means to satisfy their craving for life in the fast lane. It is ironic that the majority of professional motorcycle racers do not like riding on public roads.

With gasoline rationing in place, the motorcycle was the most economical mode of transportation. Riding one was deemed patriotic. And women needed transportation. For many of them, it was a simple case of learning to ride the bike, if they hadn’t already, that had been parked in a shed or garage by their husband, brother, father, or boyfriend before they went off to war. Almost overnight women motorcyclists were no longer considered different or an oddity, at least by the less uptight members of the population.

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