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An interview with the founder and editor in chief of Black Girls Ride, the first and only magazine run by Black women motorcyclists
The helmets come off to reveal women of all ages, all shades, and all sizes. Some are ultra femme on pink and black bikes and wearing outfits to match their beloved and tricked out bikes. There are heavy biker boots and more stylish ones with heels. All fashions, body types, personalities, and sexualities are invited. Black Girls Ride bikers are an inclusive group. Taylor says, “Black Girls Ride is not an exclusive racial statement, rather it’s an inclusive celebration of all women who live to ride.”
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