“Freedom to be.” “It’s Harley or Nothing.” “It’s in my blood.” “2 Wheels Move the Soul.” These are just a few of the things women – who either already ride a motorcycle or want to learn how – are saying on a new interactive website created by Harley-Davidson called the Buzz Wall.
Housed at www.harley-davidson.com/voices, the Buzz Wall is an extension of the company’s "No Doubts. No Cages." campaign and features real stories submitted by women from around the world about why they ride or why they want to learn to ride. Women can share their stories by tweeting with the Twitter hashtag #harleywomen, or they can upload them to the Women Riding Stories section on Harley-Davidson’s website.
“Women who ride Harley-Davidson motorcycles – and those who are passionate about learning – have amazing stories of empowerment to share,” said Amanda Lee, manager of public relations outreach for Harley-Davidson. “The Buzz Wall showcases these stories and amplifies their voices in the hopes of inspiring others to take life by the handlebars.”
The Buzz Wall, which will be showcased through June 15, also features inspirational content, including videos from the popular "My Time to Ride" series, tips to help those interested in learning to ride get started and details about upcoming women riders events, including Women Riders Month this May that kicks off on International Female Ride Day on May 4.
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