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Anke Eve Goldmann was the first woman to ride a motorcycle with a one-piece leather racing suit ( Harro)

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Female Wall of Death motorcycle rider Cookie Ayers-Crum on her Indian Scout, Right- Maureen Swift, circa 1949.

Marianne Weber, a Journalist from Belgium, tested the R68 for the French magazine “MOTORCYCLE” (issue 81/August 18, 1952) and achieved a top speed of more than 160 km/h and gave the proof that the R68 was a real 100-mph racing-bike. The photos were made by “R.G. Everts” in April 1952. Marianne Weber later achieved 162.895 km/h (101.24 mph) in 1954

Anka-Eve Goldmann, pioneering female motorcyclist. Originally on http://tomboystyle.blogspot.com/2012/05/icon-anka-eve-goldmann.html and http://www.flickr.com/photos/senex_1347/with/2802836189/

Anke Eve Golman was a journalist for Cycle World, Das Motorrad in Germany, & Moto Revue in France. She was a friend of author André Pieyre de Mandiargues and the inspiration for the main character, 'Rebecca', in his book The Motorcycle (1963). The book was adapted for the 1968 film The Girl on a Motorcycle starring Marianne Faithful. She was the first woman to ride a motorcycle with a one-piece leather racing suit. In 1958, she helped found the Women's International Motorcycle Assoc. in…

Elke Sommer in the movie with Peter Sellers "A Shot in the Dark" on an Excelsior

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Madge Saunders and her husband, British comic actor Leslie Henson, 1920. A Collection of 32 Badass Vintage Photographs of Women and Motorcycles