2017 Metzeler Calendar: A Tribute to Lady Riders

Twelve women who ride their motorcycle with determination, talent, and femininity.

Natural Born Lady Rider – this is the theme of 2017 Metzler Calendar. Every page is a story of courage, passion, and challenge, from Vaune Phan (Blogger and Biker Enthusiast in Singapore) to Lea Rieck who traveled the world with her Triumph Tiger 800 XCA. 

Metzeler is a Pirelli-owned brand, and although its annual Calendar is not so famous as the Italian one, it has a 12-years tradition in presenting different views on the motorcycling world. 

January – Vaune Phan
Blogger and Biker Enthusiast Singapore

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February – Maria Costello MBE 
Motorcycle and Sidecar racer, three podiums at IoM, member of the British Empire, founder of ‘Woman on a Motorcycle‘,  RAC Club Torrens Trophy Committee Member, United Kingdom.


March – Joanna F. Benz (JoJo) 
Mother and Instagram Motoblogger, chasing her dreams on two wheels 
United Kingdom


April – Lea Rieck 
Circumnavigating the world with Cleo, her Triumph Tiger 800 XCA 


May – Sara Trentini 
Six times Italian Women’s Trial Champion – 2012 European Women Champion, Motorcycle trials rider, Italy


June – Alicia Sornosa 
First Spanish Woman travelling around the world by motorcycle, Journalist &Traveller, Madrid, Spain


July – Laura Klock, Erika Cobb, Karlee Cobb 
First Mother, Daughter and Daughter combination in history to hold land speed records at the same time, Mitchell, South Dakota, USA


August – Lydia Truglio Beaumont 
Motorcycle racer, France


September – Sarah Lezito 
Stunt rider, France


October  – Jody Perewitz 
Racer, Marketer, Perewitz Cycle Fab, currently holds 12 land speed records, first woman to ever jockey an American V-Twin powered motorcycle into the record books at over 200 MPH. Massachusetts, USA


November – Tina Meier 
Rally Dakar Racer, Germany


December – Yuka Izutani 
Motorcycle Magazine Editor, Japan


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