Le concentré d'énergie et Rockstar Pink, en pince sérieusement pour a moto. Son père l'a initiée alors qu'elle prononçait à peine son alphabet et son cher et tendre époux n'autre que le pilote de Moto Cross Carey Hart. Bien sûr, c'est du côté de l'icône nationale Harley Davidson qu'en bonne ricaine son cœur balance. Et lors de ses shows, elle le fait savoir en chevauchant une Fat Boy.
What motorcycle(s) do you own/ride?
My husband, Carey's, motorcycles and dirtbikes.
How often do you ride?
As often as I can.
How old were you when you started riding?
About one or two, my dad rides.
How did you learn to ride?
From my dad and my husband.
Why did you start riding?
My dad used to take me on rides all the time. I grew up with it.
What do you like most about riding?
The feeling of freedom and peace it gives you.
What's your favorite place to ride and why?
In Buck's county and around Pennsylvania in the early fall.
Who do you ride with?
My husband Carey, my dad and my brother.
What's the best thing about being a female rider?
It takes people by surprise.
What advice would you give to other women who are interested in riding?
You can be yourself and choose to ride because you want to, not because you have to fit a stereotype or measure up to anyone else.
How do you fit riding in with your other responsibilities?
It's a must. It gives me balance in my life.
How did your family react to your decision to ride?
Everyone in my family rides, except my mom (she's a nurse).
What else about the Harley-Davidson experience appeals to you?
Bike runs are great and I LOVE the attitude. Perhaps, it's the fact that people on other bikes can automatically relate and feel good around you.