Chithra Priya is the first Indian woman biker to be ushered into the Saddle Sore Hall of Fame. Hema Vijay profiles this spirited young woman.
Before she got hooked to motor sports, this spirited young woman was a climbing geek, and you often found Chithra Priya hanging for hours from dizzying heights of tall scaffoldings, holding aloft banners with activist messages. READ ON
Heavy-metal thunder stole Leslie Sofarelli's heart just after she learned to crawl.
When she was three, her dad plunked her down on a Honda 50 and taught her the basics. A year later, she was riding it herself.
Motorbikes have always been popular in India, but it's usually men who are in the driving seat.
Now, more women are starting to ride these machines, and a number of female-only clubs have helped kick-start this trend, and overturn widely held stereotypes.
Aparna Bandodkar admits she gets some strange looks as she pulls up to work.
Travelling to the office on a Royal Enfield Standard 350 motorbike isn't, after all, the regular mode of transport for a dentist. READ ON
What woman doesn’t love getting her hair done, eyebrows shaped, lashes enhanced and feet rubbed? We’re all suckers for a little pampering, and last Thursday evening attendees at Precious Metal got just that, along with a rush of power between the legs.
Hosted by Deeley Harley-Davidson Canada, Precious Metal is the annual event organized to raise awareness for Rethink Breast Cancer, an organization dedicated to changing the face of breast cancer amongst young women. READ ON