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24th Nov '17 9:01:12 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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* Mystique has taken to turning up unexpectedly on a big powerful hog, announcing, "Believe it or not, I'm here to help".

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* Mystique ComicBook/{{Mystique}} has taken to turning up unexpectedly on a big powerful hog, announcing, "Believe it or not, I'm here to help".
14th Oct '17 11:20:58 AM lillolillo
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* In ''ComicBook/GothamCityGarage'', all female characters -ComicBook/{{Supergirl}}, Franchise/WonderWoman, ComicBook/{{Batgirl}}, Harley Quinn, Big Barda...- are beautiful, badass bikers.
10th Oct '17 3:20:40 PM OsgoodeMedia
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* ''VideoGame/TargetOfDesireEpisode1'': Maia rides a motorcycle in her DangerouslyShortSkirt. (And she wonders why bad guys keep following her).
9th Oct '17 1:21:56 AM AgProv
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9th Oct '17 1:21:29 AM AgProv
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9th Oct '17 1:20:17 AM AgProv
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* In the ''{{Discworld}}'' of Creator/AAPessimal, Irena and Olga are the Biker Babes of witchcraft: young broomstick technomancers who chose to specialise in flight, take the everyday mode of transportation of the working Witch, and soup it up a little. Well, a ''lot''. Their WrenchWench skills with flight technomancy turn the sedate Morris Minor of the working witch into something like an airborne Harley Davidson. They are, for instance, officially banned from going too fast over Ankh-Morpork as it causes buildings to shake and windows to crack. Employed as Air Watch Witches, they take the natural authority of the witch and harness it to police work. This is thought best for all concerned. And when an accident involving a Gorgon and a nose-bleed re-introduces Pegasii, winged flying horses, to the world - well, hold them back. [[note]]Both come from the Discworld's {{Expy}} of Russia. There is a reason why the Red Air Force called its female combat aviators the night Witches[[/note]]. They perform sterling service for Ankh-Morpork in a cycle of tales beginning with '''Bad Hair Day'''.

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* In the ''{{Discworld}}'' of Creator/AAPessimal, Irena and Olga are the Biker Babes of witchcraft: young broomstick technomancers who chose to specialise in flight, take the everyday mode of transportation of the working Witch, and soup it up a little. Well, a ''lot''. Their WrenchWench skills with flight technomancy turn the sedate Morris Minor of the working witch into something like an airborne Harley Davidson. They are, for instance, officially banned from going too fast over Ankh-Morpork as it causes buildings to shake and windows to crack. Employed as Air Watch Witches, they take the natural authority of the witch and harness it to police work. This is thought best for all concerned. And when an accident involving a Gorgon and a nose-bleed re-introduces Pegasii, winged flying horses, to the world - well, hold them back. [[note]]Both come from the Discworld's {{Expy}} of Russia. There is a reason why the Red Air Force called its female combat aviators the night Witches[[/note]]. They perform sterling service for Ankh-Morpork in a cycle of tales beginning with '''Bad Hair Day'''.



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* In the ''{{Discworld}}'' of Creator/AAPessimal, Irena and Olga are the Biker Babes of witchcraft: young broomstick technomancers who chose to specialise in flight, take the everyday mode of transportation of the working Witch, and soup it up a little. Well, a ''lot''. Their WrenchWench skills with flight technomancy turn the sedate Morris Minor of the working witch into something like an airborne Harley Davidson. They are, for instance, officially banned from going too fast over Ankh-Morpork as it causes buildings to shake and windows to crack. Employed as Air Watch Witches, they take the natural authority of the witch and harness it to police work. This is thought best for all concerned. And when an accident involving a Gorgon and a nose-bleed re-introduces Pegasii, winged flying horses, to the world - well, hold them back. [[note]]Both come from the Discworld's {{Expy}} of Russia. There is a reason why the Red Air Force called its female combat aviators the night Witches[[/note]]. They perform sterling service for Ankh-Morpork in a cycle of tales beginning with '''Bad Hair Day'''.
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9th Oct '17 1:17:34 AM AgProv
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* In the ''{{Discworld}}'' of Creator/AAPessimal, Irena and Olga are the Biker Babes of witchcraft: young broomstick technomancers who chose to specialise in flight, take the everyday mode of transportation of the working Witch, and soup it up a little. Well, a ''lot''. Their WrenchWench skills with flight technomancy turn the sedate Morris Minor of the working witch into something like an airborne Harley Davidson. They are, for instance, officially banned from going too fast over Ankh-Morpork as it causes buildings to shake and windows to crack. Employed as Air Watch Witches, they take the natural authority of the witch and harness it to police work. This is thought best for all concerned. And when an accident involving a Gorgon and a nose-bleed re-introduces Pegasii, winged flying horses, to the world - well, hold them back. [[note]]Both come from the Discworld's {{Expy}} of Russia. There is a reason why the Red Air Force called its female combat aviators the night Witches[[/note]]. They perform sterling service for Ankh-Morpork in a cycle of tales beginning with '''Bad Hair Day'''.
9th Sep '17 4:23:53 PM nombretomado
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* Justified with Asami Sato from ''WesternAnimation/LegendOfKorra''. She's an amazing driver because her father is the [[FantasyCounterpart Henry Ford of that universe.]]

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* Justified with Asami Sato from ''WesternAnimation/LegendOfKorra''. She's an amazing driver because her father is the [[FantasyCounterpart [[JustForFun/FantasyCounterpart Henry Ford of that universe.]]
8th Sep '17 8:34:17 AM ThomasProofreader
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* Yukiko Kudo and Sera Masumi from ''Manga/DetectiveConan''. Both are very skilled bikers as well as very nice looking [[MissFanservice in their]] [[BiFauxnen own ways.]]

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* Yukiko Kudo and Sera Masumi from ''Manga/DetectiveConan''. Both are very skilled bikers as well as very nice looking [[MissFanservice [[MsFanservice in their]] [[BiFauxnen own ways.]]



* [[DarkMagicalGirl Non]] from ''Anime/MajokkoMegChan'' often ride a motorcycle..

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* [[DarkMagicalGirl Non]] from ''Anime/MajokkoMegChan'' often ride rides a motorcycle..
3rd Aug '17 2:52:36 PM LadyEvil
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* [[http://www.rejectedprincesses.com/princesses/bessie-stringfield Bessie Stringfield]], The Motorcycle Queen of Miami.
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