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The fast-growing trend of women riding motorcycles is illustrated in the book Chicks On Bikes by Christina Shook. This photographic coffee-table book is the first to visually chronicle the culture and lifestyle of women motorcyclists.
Women are the fastest growing segment of the biking world and they have created their own style, distinct from their male counterparts. Chicks On Bikes is an intimate look at the stories and images of women bikers. The photos and profiles range from sassy young racer girls to wind-roughened seniors, from outlaw style to corporate-chic, from greasy mechanics to fashion designers. This book casts aside stereotypes and takes a look at who real women riders are today. It conveys a woman’s passion for riding and takes a hard look at the risks assumed.
“I photographed and wrote this book to show the spirit and character of real women motorcyclists. As a rider myself, I had the unique opportunity to delve into the rich culture and imagery of women bikers,” Christina Shook
Diner of the Week: The A1 Diner in Gardiner, Maine, a classic 1946 Worcester.
Visit Those Diner and Motorcycle Guys website and visit them on Twitter. Read Garrison's new eBook, Eggs Over Easy Rider.
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