“What inspired me to ride was that it was something different. I didn’t have a normal childhood growing up and had to face obstacles as I got older.
So I told myself if I could grind and better my situation and get my diploma I would buy myself a bike as a gift to myself, and that’s what I did! 💯
I’ve been riding for 17 years and started @yungcelebrityrydersmc and I love every minute of it.
My first bike was a 93′ Kawasaki that a friend of mines was selling. The 2nd gear clutches were slipping so I had to get used to double shifting. It also had a little oil leak so when I would stop riding I would spray engine cleaner on the back tires to dry up the oil. I had that bike for that first season. It was slow and the people I started riding with always left me.
My 2nd bike was a 2000 Suzuki GSX-R600. I was determined not to ever get left behind again. That bike I used to freeway race. That’s when I knew I was onto something.
My third bike is the one I have now – a 2007 Suzuki GSX-R750. That’s definitely altered and geared for top-end speed. The ’07 is why I started getting called “the lean queen.” I don’t see myself getting another one. I’m happy with my ’07.”
Suga T. from Detroit, MI rides a Suzuki GSX-R750.