I love Race Girl clothes. They are made with stretch fabric. But I think it is not only made as a sports bike style but is a west coast distribution. I too like what fits, is comfortable, and looks good on. I bought out the last of the line at the bike shop I used to manage. The owner retired and wanted to do some riding before he got much older. I want to do more riding too! Thank those of you on BK who gave suggestions on where to buy female biker clothing! Zzooom, -vetducgirl
I have white native american spirit chaps, vest and jacket. Just bought red jacket and red chaps recently and I sure do like 'em. lol. Not to mention the standard black that are in my closet. If it is unusual I LIKE IT!
harleyhoney2003 write: ...Most men associate sexy and out going with Black leather.
Interesting observation. Although I can't agree or disagree with you totally. But I will say that I do appreciate a woman in leather on a bike, and although my preferance isn't necesarily for "black" leather, I do tend to lean towards the darker colors. Personally all my riding leather is dark brown. I did that on purpose because everyone else is wearing black. Nothing against black mind you, I just prefer dark brown, and I like being different. It is considerably harder to find though. I walked into a leather shop here in Oklahoma City this afternoon that specialised in riding leather and asked for a brown leather vest. They had one.
Been reading the posts on clothes and I just had to put my 2cents in..found a site called "cameolingerie at the dot com" - nice stuff for "inside" wear - lol - seems reasonable...couple of things can be worn on a ride I think..I find it tough to part with the $ at the bike shops..so Im looking for alternatives - last year found a great jacket for 16 bucks at the thrift store (originally about 300) whoo hoo!
I agree with that totally! I know I look for stuff that is totally unique to me!!! And boots were a real problem as I wear a size 4 in womeans (that's a 2 in kids) and the smallest they had at the HD store were a 3!!! Opted for some really cute ones a bikers dream with roses on the ankles at size 5!!! just wear thick socks and am comfortable in them
hummmmmmmmmmm falcon, wonder why you were shopping for a small vest and xxs chaps????????????????????// though I think and wish I had gotten the xtra xtra sm chaps!!! so there!!! LOL but ladies, they did have some GREAT stuff in Eureka Springs
ditto on your comment SS.
for me life is lil bit of leather/lil bit lace. i am a tom-boy/lady and it seems to feed both sides.
and when i am in a healthy relation ship it is somewhat a turn on for my man to go shopping with me and choose some of my attire. it also serves as some bonding time. and if he's one that hates to shop---i gotta respect him for doing it for me.
but theres nothing better than to have plans and he goes shopping or even into my closet and chooses what he likes on me. then i know for sure that when were out and i slip my hand in his arm, he's happy with whats hanging on to him. then it's a trip to sit across from him after he has choosen the attire!!! and to some--this is not a controll isssue. if it makes him happy, then i'm happy!
kellyq4u write: Hey Whats this? i can't find a sexy streetbike jacket anywhere? Now the rule of thumb for me is that I wear what I like. The man says it is supposed to match my bike. My bike is all black, but I want a white and pink Jacket. What is it supposed to be?
Black is the night sky the mystery in the hollow of the eye, black and pink mysterious innocence on the brink of discovery.
what doesn't look good with black?
Hope you find your pink leathers.
Funny how colors get associated with images and then people can't see them any different.
I thought with people riding in all sorts of guises that it was suppose to be about individuality and being who you are regardless of what others think.
Wear pink and let them wink and wince if he truly is your prince he will be happy to have you as you are.
revolutionarypassion write: Just make sure that even though it may be cute, hot or sexy...make sure it's practical and comfortable. Made that mistake and now I have a jacket that I don't wear because of the way it feels when I'm on the back of bike. Ick!