KRISTEN LASSEN & ALL THINGS MOTORCYCLES
Stemming from a strong line of avid motorcyclists, her family caught the spark of motorcycles by her great grandfather, Jes Lassen. Jes rode old Army Harleys and had a stint traveling the nation as a rider in the Wall of Death show before settling down to build the family. The torch was then passed down through the future generations. Her grandfather rode motorcycles through his years in Hawaii and now an 883R that her dad built him, and her father serves as a Rider Coach and a Master Harley-Davidson technician.
When she was seventeen, she traveled from Florida to South Dakota on her Sportster for the Sturgis Rally, a tradition created by her father. She ended up traveling 5,000+ miles the weekend after getting her 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 she has ever imagined, aligning endurance with the beauty of the open road and all that it could teach her.
Ever since, she has been continuously expanding her horizons with all things motorcycles. She is a certified Motorcycle Mechanic, specialized in Harley-Davidson and wrenches at her local Harley Davidson dealership. She is also 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, she aspires 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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