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Harley-Davidson store celebrates International Female Ride Day

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Enjoying life on two wheels at the Harley-Davidson Women’s Day on Saturday are organiser Joe Green (centre, on bike) with some of the women who attended: Jan Walmsley (kneeling), Audrey Sullivan, Allie Church. Eileen Urish and Hayley West Picture: Steve Smyth for The Wokingham Paper/190509003-Harley

TO CELEBRATE International Female Ride Day, an Earley motorbike showroom organised a special event.

The Reading Harley-Davidson store on Wokingham Road welcomed a steady stream of visitors keen to learn about life on two wheels.

Visitors could take bikes out for a test ride, enjoy demonstrations and explore the range of ladies’ clothing at the popular dealership.

The first 50 female riders to arrive were offered a free burger, while there were homemade cakes for those with a sweet tooth.

The event is one of a number of special days that the popular Harley-Davidson store organises.

On Saturday, May 18 it will be holding a birthday carnival day. Running from 10am to 4pm, there will be live music from Dirt Bag, food vans, an auto jumble and customs show, plus visits from American style cars, tattoos from the Electric Tattoo Company and a chance to ride a bucking bronco.

Entry is free.

For more details, log on to or call 0118 334 4300.

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