BGR Feb 2016 Issue

Back Issues / Beautiful Bikers / Features / February 15, 2016


Black Girls Ride Magazine, Feb 2016In honor of Black History Month, this issue is dedicated to those ladies who paved our way for Black Girls Ride Magazine. We pay homage to the Cycle Queens of America, the first Female MC founded by African American women. We’ll meet the legendary, Bessie Stringfield, the Motorcycle Queen of Miami. We’ll join Sarah “SeCCRet” Moreau for a Long Distance Rider Orientation. We’ll go Off to the Races with Road Racer, SJ Harris. And, we’ll get Geared Up with Schuberth’s Metropolitan 1 Helmet.  View it online now!

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Porsche Taylor
Brand Builder .: Music Lover :. Sportbike Rider When not developing brand campaigns, spinning at the hottest parties, or on her way to #occupythegym, Porsche Taylor can be found rolling on her pink Hayabusa, and always living her best life.

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on March 2, 2016

Super issue this month! Wonderful articles about some amazing and courageous women. Thank you for keeping us informed and educated.

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