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Gold gouache on giclée print, 14”x11”
In the 1930s and 1940s, Bessie Stringfield took 8 long-distance solo rides across the United States, often winding up in a new place after throwing a penny on a map and traveling to wherever it landed.
She bought her first motorcycle, a 1928 Indian Scout, in high school and later switched to Harley Davidson - she owned 27 Harleys in her lifetime.
During WW2, Bessie worked as a civilian motorcycle courier for the army. She later settled down in Miami to become a nurse and founded the Iron Horse Motorcycle Club. She soon earned the nickname “Motorcycle Queen of Miami” after locals started spotting a woman riding around town standing on her Harley.
Made by Celina Coppetti
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