Marketplace: Motorcycle companies are finally catching up to their female clientele

Women riding motorcycles is nothing new — they’ve been doing it in the United States dating back to at least 1940. But until recently, women riders say they were fitting themselves into a man’s world. They spent thousands of dollars altering bikes to fit their bodies — lowering them, moving seats, adjusting foot pegs. When it came to apparel, they felt much of the options were just smaller versions of men’s clothing. Read more here.

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