Some of my Vancouver crew and I got the chance to ride these Harley Davidson Street 750s North up past Hope to spend a day adventuring wherever we felt like going. We had a loud as fuck custom 750 and a 100% stock one. They were both super fun to ride and we were ripping them on the freeways, no problem. My dream HD would be a '48 with a big engine which I have had the chance to ride fast and far but these 750's totally do the trick. They were super comfortable and easy to ride. Thanks to Barnes Harley Davidson in Langley for the bikes! Would love to do a shoot up this way soon, the roads are amazing and the mountains and rivers are crazy cool. Here's some pictures we took by be me and my girl Tori Drew!
We're changing this up this year for International Female Ride Day & heading over to Victoria, BC. Stoked to team up with Wheelies Motorcycles where we will be meeting on May 7th at noon. We will hangout there for an hour while ladies can drink coffee, eat breakfast, chat and participate in a free raffle we are putting on with prizes donated to us by The Dream Roll, Born A Bad Seed, Loser Machine and Wheelies. After the hour, we will head out on a a group ride led by Tori Drew, Kate Snyder and myself. The route will be scenic, easy and mellow so all riders, bikes and skill levels are welcome to come with. For any questions, go to my 'contact' page and shoot me an email!
A couple BC ladies got together at The Shop Vancouver and cruised up Mount Seymour. These babes all have really rad plans of getting down to the Dream Roll on Thursday/Friday. I got to learn about their routes, ideas and time frames. Some of them are heading over to the islands and taking multiple ferries throughout the coast before cruising in-land to the mountains. Some are straight shooting it Friday morning and some are driving with their cool little vintage bikes in the back of their trucks.
Even though we left at rush hour, our group stuck together all the way through the city. We managed to stay in a group even through 3 lane lane-switches and busy merges onto the bridge. It was pretty funny and every lady that showed up was just such awesome vibes.
Mount Seymour is one of my favourite rides. As soon as you hit the base of the mountain heading up, the road splits into 2 lanes and there is no cars in sight. It feels so cool to be riding in little groups of 4. I absolutely love watching ladies ride in person. Not able to talk to each other or use your phone and just be in the zone and be with each other brings us together in some weird way.
This little cruise got me so excited for next weekend. Can't wait to do this x10000 at the base of Mount Adams, WA in less than a week!