KRISTEN LASSEN & ALL THINGS MOTORCYCLES
Stemming from a strong line of avid motorcylists, my family caught the spark of motorcycles by my great grandfather, Jes Lassen. Jes rode old Army Harleys and Indians, traveling the nation as a rider in the Wall of Death show. The torch was then passed down through the future generations. My grandfather rode a Triumph through his years in Hawaii and now an 883R that my dad built him, and my father served as a Rider Coach and a Master Harley-Davidson technician.
When I was seventeen, I traveled from Florida to South Dakota on my Sportster for the Sturgis Rally, a tradition created by my father. I ended up traveling 5,000+ miles the weekend after getting my motorcycle license, earning a few unofficial "Iron Butt"s along the way. This trip set the stage for a flame that would burn brighter than I have ever imagined, aligning endurance with the beauty of the open road and all that it could teach me.
Ever since, I have been continuously expanding my horizons with all things motorcycles. I am a certified Motorcycle Mechanic, specialized in Harley-Davidson. I also am the Co-Founder of Daughters of the Road, an initiative using the platform of two-wheels in order to open a dialogue contributing to the empowerment of women globally, and a U.S. contributor to In Venus Veritas, a website dedicated to women of gasoline culture. Tending to that fire, I aspire to serve as an inspiration to other riders and women especially in order to seek out freedom and passion in life, while breaking the bounds of limitation and fear.
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