In 1971, Kerri Kleid became the first woman to hold a professional motocross rider license. However, she was barred from racing when officials discovered she was a woman, and her license was revoked. Determined to compete, she won her license back in court. Her courageous move paved the way for other female motocross racers.
Summer is one of the most popular seasons for motorcycle riding—enthusiasts participate in hundreds of rides in the United States during warm weather every year. However, summer can also be one of the most hazardous periods for motorcycle riders, especially those who take to the roads unprepared.
After a high-paced motocross race, you feel like you're on top of the world. But your clothing and boots look a little worse for wear—actually, they're caked with mud and dirt.
Fortunately, cleaning your motocross equipment isn't a difficult process. Follow these steps to remove the mud and restore your boots, clothing, and goggles to their former state.
Along with baby birds and flowers in bloom, motorcycle riders taking to the road is one of the first signs of spring. If you're a new rider or are just out of practice, spring may be the perfect season to get out your bike and on the road.