When Roger Corman's biker movie The Wild Angels was unleashed in theaters it made a killing at the box office, made a star out of Peter Fonda and spawned scores of similar exploitation movies. But I remember at the time being more fascinated by the bikers "old ladies" like Nancy Sinatra as "Mike" and the best of all was Joan Shawlee as Momma Monahan, the blowsy, tough, boozy, maternal mother of the gang. Fortunately directors saw the potential in beefing up the girl power angle and some pretty unforgettable grindhouse magic was made.
User sarahjanelong takes a break at the beach in California. But a new crop of social-media savvy bikers is creating a stylish, powerful and feminist new aesthetic for America's most rebellious form of transportation. The biker women of Instagram are similar to the medium's communities of knittersvinyl collectors and people who live in '60s-inspired chrome Airstream trailers — retro Americana aficionados who love to share their kitschy-cool analog lifestyles on a digital platform.
As Europe continues to roast, police were forced to pull over a man who was riding a scooter wearing nothing but a helmet and sandals. German meteorologists announced today that the heat record for June was broken in Coschen, where Temperatures are expected to exceed 40C in many parts of the continent on Wednesday and Thursday.
The event was started by streakers who crashed the parade. The first person to do so may have done so on a dare. Participants now emphasize bodypainting and other artistry.
Sonia Jain - an avid rider, a passionate traveler and a fitness enthusiast from Delhi, swears to be unconventional in her life. While all her peers are engaged with daily predictable routines, Sonia choses to be different especially in a country like ours where women are usually confined to certain boundaries. With an innate desire to travel, she has covered the length and breadth of the country on two wheels.
So we decided to check the Instagram and find the most popular motorcycle girls. I was pleasantly surprised to find a lot of wonderful ladies on motorcycles. Unfortunately, there is no possibility to publish all of them, as it will take forever.
In the days following World Naked Bike Ridewhich rode boisterously through the downtown Madison on Saturday, June 19, championing alternative energy and body acceptance, several questions remain unanswered. For cited participant Lea Zeise, 22, one big question is: Does the Madison Police Department understand the meaning of the word 'genitalia'? The Merriam-Webster Dictionary defines the term as "reproductive organs," which is why Zeise was shocked that after following the instructions of Madison police to cover her "genitalia" during the event, she was later issued a citation, even though only her breasts were uncovered.
After a demonstration last weekend drew more police officers than protesters, cycling activists will rally again to show their support for the Bedford Avenue bike lane — but this time they'll do it in less clothing. On Saturday, upwards of 50 nude and underwear-clad cyclists will ride on Bedford Avenue between Flushing and Division avenues to protest the recent removal of 14 blocks of bike lanes from South Williamsburg's Hasidic community, The Brooklyn Paper reports. Organizer Heather Loop said she'll be biking with her off her top off to show the residents of the religious community — which is purportedly opposed to bike lanes because of scantily clad cyclists — exactly what they're missing out on. The so-called "freedom ride" comes after a tumultuous few weeks in South Williamsburg, starting when the city removed the Bedford Avenue bike laneonly for cycling activists to repaint it themselves a few days later with video!
The most safety conscious group of motorcyclists and the most frequent riders are cruiser riders, according to the recent global MotorbikeWriter online survey. Our survey of riders found the five main groups were cruisersnakedadventuresports and touring We asked our readers various questions about how often they ride, why they ride, what issues affect them, etc.
Daring cyclists are taking to the streets to protest quality of life issues like the use of fossil fuels and to promote the human form with their bare bodies. Cleverly applied body paint, pasties and even hot pants for more modest riders are also allowed in the "bare as you dare" group ride. City law allows women to go topless — but going bottomless is frowned upon at least by the men in blue. Organizers said no one has gotten detained or ticketed for going commando, but they do instruct buff riders to cover up to the minimum when approached by cops.