WRWR Position:

Vice President of PR & Media

Contact Liza:



How long have you been riding?

40 years

What do you ride?

KTM 990SMT, Kawasaki Versys 650, Kawasaki KLR650, Honda Elite 250, Kawasaki Concours custom build, Yamaha XS750 custom street tracker, Suzuki DRZ400, Suzuki DR350

Why do you ride?

I was born this way

What is your greatest achievement on two wheels?

Organizer of Chickistan, the all women’s moto tour of Pakistan.

What potential impact do think WRWR would have on the world?

Creating new female riders around the world because we all stood up and said “Count me!”

Do you have a good crash story?

Yes. Oh, you want to hear it? 17 years old, high speed wobble on freeway, no gear. Skin grew back and I tattooed a motorcycle on my arm after my 1st solo cross country trip.

Do you have a biking idol?

Evil Knievel

Do you work on your own bikes?

Yes, I run the Re-Cycle Garage, a co-op garage space

What’s your dream bike 

Britten V1000

Where would you most like to ride in the world

Australia or South Africa, now that I know there’s so many female riders there.


Where are you from?

I’m a California girl

What do you do for work?

Sales rep for a hardware company

How old are you?

52 and loving it 

Do you have a family of your own?

Nope, which is why I can have 8 bikes 

Would you teach your kids to ride?

For sure

Were you in any groups or clubs before WRWR

I would not join any club that would have a member like me.

What do you enjoy doing aside from biking?

This is an option? I love Broadway musicals

What one word best describes you


…Now what one word that people who know you well would describe you


Do you have a biker name – if not what would it be

The boss

What super powers do you have and what would you have if you could choose?

I have the powers of persuasion due to my persistence. I’ve always wanted to fly, which is exactly what I do on a motorcycle.

Who got you into riding?

Me, which goes back to my superpower.

Why did you join WRWR?

To be a part of something that I recognized was going to be big. But that could also change the world in a little way, by letting women around the world know that we are here doing what we love, and they can do it too.