Gina Angelo fell in love with motorcycles the first time she rode her brother’s Harley. She then became a pacesetter: first, by organizing the “Witches on Wheels” (Detroit’s first women’s Harley-Davidson Motorcycle Club) and then by becoming a renowned woman boxer at a time in America when most women were housewives and stay-at-home moms. From truck stop waitress to carnival stripper, from “the Toughest Woman in Michigan” to Hollywood star, Gina lived life on her own terms. It is unlikely that America will ever witness an equal to the 1950s biker queen who became a legend in her own time.
So, what kind of women ride motorcycles?
Daring, Intelligent, Vivacious & Assertive
Dynamic, Intrepid, Valiant, & Aggressive
Dominating, Independent, Vibrant & Audacious
Divine, Intellectual, Voluptuous & Attractive
No matter what your definition of a DIVA is — you will always be able to recognize one when you see her!