What I do
I ride motorcycles as much as possible, every and any motorcycle I can find. Life is about learning new things everyday and then sharing what I have learnt with my fellow Lady Riders.
With 35 years of motorcycling experience, I have developed coaching for Lady Riders to overcome the fear of riding. Riding with Confidence is the richest experience one can ever have.
“Little by little, one travels far” J.R. Tolkien. One step at a time. Whether you want to spend 1 day exploring on your motorcycle or take a 10 day, motorcycling holiday, I will design and lead you to beautiful places.
Traditionally, motorcycle reviews are written by male motorcyclists, but Lady Riders look at bikes differently. We have different needs and desires. I write reviews on new as well as older bikes with Lady buyers in mind.
I often get asked by fellow Lady riders to test ride a bike or advice on U-turns on a superbike.
Whatever your question, please feel free to ask me anytime.
E-Books & Courses
My e-Book and on-line courses on Riding a Motorcycle with Confidence will be available soon.
These will be filled with invaluable information on becoming the best rider possible. The goal is that riding a motorcycle becomes second nature…like breathing xx
I have done the Cornering with Confidence course on Saturday. Fantastic individual tutoring in an relaxed atmosphere.
I am a new bike rider riding for about 6 months.
On Sunday I did Du Toits Kloof Pass for the third time. The only reason I did the pass at 80 km/h was because there was a slow motorcar in front of me.
After the course I knew how to set myself up for the corner, knew where to look, knew where the apex was and knew how to set myself up for the next corner.
I felt so relaxed and in control.
Thanks Linlee, I learned so much!
I invested my formative years (5 -12) in garage time with my Dad working on motorcycles. Old BMW’s, AJS’s, BSA’s and some 60’s & 70’s Japanese bikes. I wasn’t much of a mechanic, but when my Dad asked for a 14 spanner, I knew what to hand him. I was always given the important task of keeping the engine running while he tweaked all that needed tweaking. I know now that my “skills” were not really needed but my Dad nevertheless kept me busy and I am immeasurably grateful for that.
I received my first bike at the age of 10…an orange, 1970 Yamaha, 50cc scooter. I loved that scooter and spent 6 years learning the ropes even riding it (purposefully) into a dam, just to see what would happen. Needless to say, it could not ride on water!
My first geared-bike (1982) was a 100cc Yamaha DT scrambler. I was in love. At the age of 16, I was allowed to ride it to school. At that stage, I was the only girl who rode a bike to school and I was Uber-Cool! (