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[[caption-width-right:340: [[AllBikersAreHellsAngels Hell must be missing an Angel]]. In the most literal sense, [[UsefulNotes/MotorcycleSafety with such abysmal safety gear]].]]

->''"What is it with you and bikes?"''
-->-- [[WesternAnimation/{{ReBoot}} Enzo Matrix to [=AndrAIa=]]], [[RunningGag on numerous occasions.]]

Women who operate fast vehicles are apparently attractive. Maybe it's the ActionGirl in the [[SpyCatsuit tight]] [[HellBentForLeather leather]]. Also includes car drivers and female pilots.

Compare and contrast [[HoodOrnamentHottie Hood-Ornament Hottie]]. The two are similar, but a Biker Babe actually rides the bike and often wears outfits which are a little more conducive to road safety. (Although the page image is an exception.)

May deliver a "SamusIsAGirl" reveal, if she doesn't wear her leathers skintight and does wear a full helmet.

Essentially the DistaffCounterpart to BadassBiker, in that she won't be a pushover if things get messy, although she may be less aggressively badass than he is.

Will likely induce a HelloNurse effect on nearby males, and maybe some StupidSexyFlanders from [[EvenTheGirlsWantHer a nearby female]].

See also BadassDriver.

If you have a team composed entirely of Biker Babes, you get AmazonBrigade.



!!Motorcycle Riders

[[folder:{{Anime}} and {{Manga}}]]
* Chihiro and Megumi from ''Manga/AhMyGoddess''.
** Also, while she doesn't ride as much as the other two, Belldandy definitely has the skills to count.
* Being inspired by Cutey Honey, so is ''Angel Blade''. She is [[DistractedByTheSexy a hazard to every male driver she passes by]].
* ''Anime/{{Appleseed}}'' does this with the main character, Deunan. She is seen in the ''Ex Machina'' movie riding a pink motorbike around the city of Olympus. This depiction isn't shown again in the movie, but gives an insight into her personality.
* Kazuki from ''Anime/BGataHKei''.
* ''Manga/{{Bakuon}}'' has Onsa, Raimu, and Rin. So far only Rin is shown to regularly use proper motorcycling gear.
* Kirima Nagi from the ''Anime/BoogiepopSeries''.
* Priss from ''Anime/BubblegumCrisis'', and Sylvie. Motorcycle racing as lesbian flirting, anyone?
** Priss also counts as a BadassBiker, and has the Badass Bike to go with it. It transforms into an extension for her PoweredArmor.
* ''Anime/CuteyHoney'': One of the alternate forms of Honey Kisaragi is a biker chick. It is one of her most prominent forms and it is one of the fewer that appears in all incarnations of this franchise.
* Aoi Hidaka, the heroine of ''Anime/DancougarNova'', is a [[HotBlooded Hot-Blooded]] Formula One racer, but she mainly rides bikes in the series.
* Wedy, ClassyCatBurglar and ActionGirl from ''Manga/DeathNote'', and Misora Naomi, in the spin-off novel ''LightNovel/AnotherNote''.
* Yukiko Kudo and Sera Masumi from ''Manga/DetectiveConan''. Both are very skilled bikers as well as very nice looking [[MsFanservice in their]] [[BiFauxnen own ways.]]
* Celty from ''Anime/{{Durarara}}'' uses a kind of glamour to shift her horse and traditional attire into this as a modern-day version of the HeadlessHorseman.
** Somewhat subverted in that while Celty doesn't shy from a fight, she's deathly afraid of motorcycle cops, of all things, as well as anything that hints at being supernatural in nature (Oh, the irony). Well, the motorcycle cop fear is justified because the Ikebukuro [=PD=] called in a specialist who doesn't believe in giving up the chase, even with all the otherworldly stunts she tries to pull. It's specifically ''him'' that terrifies her because he's a {{Determinator}}.
** Also, Vorona in the novels. She does ride in the anime, but not as prominently.
* Haruko from ''Anime/{{FLCL}}''.
* Houquet Enrose from ''Anime/GenesisClimberMospeada'' (aka "Rook" from ''Anime/{{Robotech}} New Generation'').
* ''Manga/GoldenBoy'' has one, in the fifth episode of the anime. She has a....strong attachment to her motorcycle.
* Reki from ''Anime/HaibaneRenmei''.
* ''Anime/IdolDensetsuEriko'': Yasuko is usually seen riding a motorcycle.
* ''Characters/LupinIII'' has Fujiko, who often drives motorbikes when she's not riding with the men. Oftentimes, her abilities in this field are--if not key--a deciding factor in the situation.
** In ''Anime/LupinIIIEpisode0FirstContact'', Fujiko is introduced with the bike, and uses it to get around during the flashback.
** In ''Anime/TheCastleOfCagliostro'', when the climax is over, Fujiko drives away in her motorcycle [[spoiler: with the Goat Bills plates in her bags.]]
* Rex and her gang from ''Anime/{{Macross 7}}''.
* Teana, resident [[TheGunslinger Gunslinger]] and {{Tsundere}} in ''Anime/MagicalGirlLyricalNanohaStrikers'', rides a CoolBike. Not to mention, her partner ([[JustFriends and possibly]] [[LesYay more]]) Subaru, who's a [[RollerbladeGood Jet-Skater Babe]].
* Natsuki Kuga from ''Anime/MaiHime''.
** Likewise her NamesTheSame {{Expy}} in the first episode of ''Anime/GaReiZero''.
* [[DarkMagicalGirl Non]] from ''Anime/MajokkoMegChan'' often rides a motorcycle..
* In the ''Mazinger'' universe, all teens characters ride bikes. That includes female characters.
** Sakaya Yumi from ''Anime/MazingerZ''. She is given a bike to interface with one of the robots she pilots.
** Jun Hono from ''Anime/GreatMazinger'' and Maria Fleed from ''Anime/UFORoboGrendizer'' also count.
* Michiko from ''Anime/MichikoToHatchin'' rides a [[http://animeyume.com/blog/images/michiko_to_hatchin1.png strange scooter/motorcycle thing]], and is quite adept with it: pulling all kinds of stunts like wheelies, ramp jumps and ''riding across rooftops''.
* In ''Anime/PantyAndStockingWithGarterbelt'', Panty Anarchy drives a motorcycle occasionally.
* Haruka Tenou aka Sailor Uranus of ''Anime/SailorMoon''.
** In the [[Manga/SailorMoon Materials Collection]], [=JunJun=] is also stated to ride a bike, though all we ever see of this in the [[Anime/SailorMoon original anime]] is a rather 80's esque biker outfit.
* Jun The Swan from ''Anime/ScienceNinjaTeamGatchaman'', where riding her bike ''off a waterfall'', jumping off it in midair, and landing gracefully back on it before it hits the ground is no big deal for her.
* Tsubasa Kazanari from ''Anime/SenkiZesshouSymphogear'' combines this trope with CarFu in ''G''.
* Aki Hinata from ''Manga/SgtFrog''. Does she ever love her motorcycle!
* Minai from ''Manga/CorpsePrincess'', though she's only shown riding her bike briefly while chasing a shikabane in one episode.
* Asuka from ''Manga/ShinshunkiMimanOkotowari'' is very cute-looking and drives a motorcycle, being skilled enough of a rider to cross all the way from ''Hokkaido'' to Tokyo on it.
* [[DarkActionGirl Hibari Ginza]] from ''Anime/SpeedGrapher''.
* Masayo, a one-time character in ''Anime/TenchiInTokyo'' who befriends Ayeka and Sasami. [[spoiler: She was a shooting star turned into a woman by Yugi and their squad, and had to befriend the girls to keep them from finding Tenchi. But after they learn that she's also searching for her also-humanized boyfriend, Isao, the sisters help her find him.]]
* Kureha from ''Anime/{{Tokko}}''.
* Benten, one of the Seven Gods of Good Fortune in ''Anime/UruseiYatsura'', is portrayed this way.
* FieryRedhead Miranda from ''Manga/VenusWars'' is the Queen of her Battle Bike team.
* Mari Katsuragi, Keima's mother from ''Manga/TheWorldGodOnlyKnows'', is an ex-biker who used to be known as the snow woman of the mountain pass. Once in a while, she breaks out the old skills.
* Natsumi from ''Anime/YoureUnderArrest'' is primarily a biker, and does not take well to cars at all.
* Mai Kujaku/Valentine of ''Anime/YuGiOh'' after her FaceHeelTurn. [[spoiler: She kept the bike after returning to the side of good.]]
* Carly Nagisa (only in her SuperpoweredEvilSide) and Sherry [=LeBlanc=] of ''Anime/YuGiOh5Ds''. As of Episode 75, Aki Izayoi too.
* Yuzu Hiiragi and Serena of ''Anime/YuGiOhArcV'' during the Synchro Dimension Arc. Rin, as well, considering that Yuzu is borrowing her D-Wheel and riding suit. Yoko Sakaki is also one when she revealed that she used to be a former ''gang leader''.

[[folder:Comic Books]]
* ComicBook/BlackCanary from Franchise/TheDCU.
* Mitzi from the ''ComicBook/{{Ogri}}'' comics.
* Black Cat, a [[UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfComicBooks Golden Age]] heroine from Creator/HarveyComics.
* The heroines of ''ComicBook/{{Vamps}}'' definitely count.
* Kathryn Artemis from ''ComicBook/BlackSummer''.
* Alejandra, the new ComicBook/GhostRider.
* In ''ComicBook/GothamCityGarage'', all female characters -ComicBook/{{Supergirl}}, Franchise/WonderWoman, ComicBook/{{Batgirl}}, Harley Quinn, Big Barda...- are beautiful, badass bikers.
* ''ComicBook/JudgeDredd'': Any female Judge in Mega-City One, especially Hershey or Anderson. The skin-tight uniform and the Lawmaster bike make it hot.
* ''ComicBook/{{Supergirl}}'' during a ''[[ComicBook/Supergirl2011 New 52 storyline]]'' rides a space rocket bike. And she's a pretty girl.
* ''ComicBook/{{Batgirl}}'' is a hot redhead with a bike.
* In ''ComicBook/{{Viz}}'', the hapless romantic Sid The Sexist tries to join the Hells' Angels so as to pull a Biker Babe, and ends up humiliatingly beaten up for his troubles.
* Although initially depicted as a meek Catholic School Girl (though she's actually Presbyterian), after she lost her powers during the incident in which Moira [=MacTaggert=] was killed, [[Comicbook/NewMutants Wolfsbane]] of the Comicbook/{{XMen}} turned up again later as a full-on biker chick. [[HotForTeacher Elixir very much approved of the look.]]
* Lisa in ''ComicBook/TheMythologyClass''. She also sports [[{{Meganekko}} enormous glasses]].
* In ''Comicbook/BlackMagick'', series protagonist Detective Rowan Black is a biker.
* In ''Series/WynonnaEarp'', FairCop Wynonna rides a classic hog.
* ComicBook/{{Mystique}} has taken to turning up unexpectedly on a big powerful hog, announcing, "Believe it or not, I'm here to help".
* Comicbook/{{X 23}}'s second costume in ''Comicbook/AllNewWolverine'' has this aesthetic. It consists of a skin-tight, sleeveless bodysuit worn under a bullet-proof jacket that resembles a protective motorcycle jacket. The Wolverine cowl also becomes a hardshell helmet and mask.

[[folder:Fan Works]]
* ''Manga/{{Evangelion 303}}'': Asuka rides a cool, red bike in this story.
* ''FanFic/MegaManDefenderOfTheHumanRace'' has Miss T, who frequently rides a motorcycle.
* The mutie biker Harley from the ''ComicBook/JudgeDredd'' fanfic [[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/10600928/1/Highway-Don-t-Care Highway Don't Care]]. Although she is [[SnakePeople snake woman]] she is a ''[[SnakesAreSexy sexy]]'' [[SnakesAreSexy snake woman]].
* Fanfic/ShinraHighSOLDIER's main character Julia Nakahamou has a Suzuki bike, and states that it is her favorite mode of transportation.
* In ''Fanfic/PokemonResetBloodlines'', Johto Elite Four [[DarkIsNotEvil Karen]] rides a [[CoolBike customized motorcycle that includes handle bars like the horns of a Houndoom, wheels with a yellow trim like the glowing rings of an Umbreon, and a pair of Murkrow-like wings on the exahust.]]
* Invoked in ''Fanfic/{{Brainbent}}'' by Vriska, whose Devil-may-care cool-girl persona is complicated by her borderline personality disorder, her stiflingly unhappy home life, and her [[IJustWantToBeYou idolization]] of her [[CoolUncle rebellious Aunt]] Mindfang. She also lost an arm and an eye in a motorcycle accident some time before the story begins.

* Quorra from ''Film/TronLegacy'' certainly qualifies despite the fact that she seems to favor the Light Runner over the Light Cycles.
* Fiona Vulpe, motorcyclist SPECTRE assassin in the Film/JamesBond movie ''Film/{{Thunderball}}''.
* Rather averted with the mean female bikers in ''Film/RatRace''.
-->Nice [[FreudianSlip dyke]]! I mean bike!
* ''Film/BarbWire'' (1996). The title character, played by Pamela Anderson, rides a motorbike. Based on a comic book. It provides the page image.
* ''Film/{{Cyclone}}'' (1987). Teri Marshall (Heather Thomas) rides the titular motorcycle.
* Pretty much every female character in ''Film/{{Driven}}''.
* In ''Film/TheFastAndTheFurious'' series, Giselle is this riding a Ducati Monster in the sixth film like a badass.
* All the 'Chicks' in ''Film/{{Chopper Chicks in Zombietown}}'' (1989).
* Mikaela gets upgraded to this, briefly, at the start of ''Film/TransformersRevengeOfTheFallen''. However, despite there being plenty of potential for [[DoubleEntendre a little girl-on-girl]], given the existence of Arcee, the [[NonMammalMammaries female Autobot trio of motorbikes]], she doesn't get back on a bike after the action starts until the end of the film.
* The Bride from ''Film/KillBill'' - although no stunning reveal, just stalking. Still hot and creepy though.
* Trinity from ''Film/TheMatrixReloaded''.
* Rebecca, title character of the 1968 British-French film ''The Girl on a Motorcycle'' (aka ''[[VaporWear Naked]] [[HellBentForLeather Under Leather]]'').
* Camero from ''Film/BitchSlap'' -- in one scene, [[spoiler: dressed as an Elvis impersonator]].
* Christie in her introduction in ''Film/DOADeadOrAlive''.
* Scarlet from ''Film/GIJoeTheRiseOfCobra''.
* Monica Vitti in ''Film/BlondeInBlackLeather''.
* Sunset Shimmer's leather jacket already made her look like one, but in ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyEquestriaGirlsFriendshipGames'' she actually takes part of a Motocross competition.
* The heroine of the Australian movie ''Shame'' (1988) is a female lawyer who stops off at a small town to get her motorcycle repaired, setting off the plot of the movie.
* [=Art3mis=] makes her first appearance in ''Film/ReadyPlayerOne2018'' riding the bike from ''Anime/{{Akira}}''. She does quite well for herself in the race, being one of only two characters who makes it to the end.

* [[LadyOfWar War]] in ''Literature/GoodOmens,'' since the [[HorsemenOfTheApocalypse Horsepeople of the Apocalypse]] have apparently traded in their horses for bikes.
* For the handful of occasions she's brought her motorcycle with her, Karrin Murphy of ''Literature/TheDresdenFiles'' definitely qualifies as a Biker Babe. Just don't call her that where she can hear you.
* Fiona in William Gibson's ''Literature/ZeroHistory''.
* ''Literature/TheGirlFromTheMiraclesDistrict'' has Panda, one of the members of the local BadassBiker gang. When she poses as Nikita, the latter comments that she's too attractive for anyone to believe the ruse.

* Attempted with DC Juliet Becker in ''Series/TheBill''.
* Cathy Gale from ''Series/TheAvengers''.
* In the "Singing Telegram" episode of ''Series/SmallWonder'', Joan rode a motorcycle ''into the living room''.
* Max from ''Series/DarkAngel''. Interestingly, only she and other SuperSoldiers [[MoralGuardians didn't have to wear helmets while riding]]. In the DVD commentary, the producers convinced [[ExecutiveMeddling FOX executives]] that if X-5s could be shown surviving 12-story leaps, they could surely ride a motorbike without a helmet.
* ''Series/DropTheDeadDonkey''. Dave and Henry are shown drooling over Helen's lesbian girlfriend, a leather-clad motorbike courier.
-->'''Henry:''' "Look, she's straddling the motorcycle!"
-->'''Dave:''' "No cow was sacrificed in a greater cause."
* Snoop on ''Series/TheWire'' wears feminine clothing for the only time on the entire series when she participates in a motorcycle drive-by.
* Rachel "Ray" Defwydd in the ''Series/DoctorWho'' episode "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS24E3DeltaAndTheBannermen Delta And The Bannermen]]".
* ''Series/KamenRiderDragonKnight'' has [[DistaffCounterpart Kamen Rider Siren]]. Her counterpart in ''Series/KamenRiderRyuki'', Kamen Rider Femme, has the honor of being the [[Franchise/KamenRider series']] first female rider, though she was only in TheMovie.
* Mika Koizumi from ''Series/ChoudenshiBioman'' fits here.
* In ''Series/{{Witchblade}}'''s PilotMovie, Sara Pezzini is actually introduced as a biker before she's introduced as a female NYPD detective (she wears a full-face helmet and the montage of her getting ready for work never shows anything identifiably female). She loves her Buell Lightning X1 so much that [[spoiler:the [[DirtyCop White Bulls]] smash it up to rattle her]].
* Kelly tired to be one in an episode of ''Series/MarriedWithChildren''; she decided against it when Al (after a testosterone fueled ImagineSpot) tried to ride it and injured himself.

* The title character in ''ComicStrip/RoseIsRose'' has a tattooed, black-leather-clad Biker Babe alter ego she turns into in times of stress.

[[folder:Professional Wrestling]]
* Bull Nakano, Amber O'Neal, Thug, [[Wrestling/LisaMarieVaron Tara]] and Cristy Hemme, to name a few.

[[folder:Tabletop Games]]
* Sometimes pops up in ''TabletopGame/{{Infinity}}'' among the various [[RuleOfCool biker gangs turned high-tech mercenaries]]. The Nazarova Twins and Asuka Kisaragi are the most obvious examples.

* [=EVA=] from ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid3'', who mixes this with [[BadassGrandpa Badass Grandma]] in the 4th game.
* In ''VideoGame/FullThrottle'', the Vultures biker gang has a handful of female members. [[spoiler:including motorcycle company heiress Maureen]].
* In ''VideoGame/RumbleRoses'', the {{Heel}} incarnations of both Reiko and Dixie are both variations of this trope.
* Akira of ''VideoGame/RivalSchools'' has "motorbikes" listed as one of her likes in her profile, and she's even shown driving one on a game cover. Not to mention the bodyglove biker suit and the (optional) helmet.
* Maki, from the ''VideoGame/StreetFighter'' and ''VideoGame/FinalFight'' series, is a biker babe. A [[NinjaPirateZombieRobot 'ninja']] biker babe.
* Claire Redfield in ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil2''.
* ''VideoGame/{{Bayonetta}}'' and her rival Jeanne drive motorcycles. They can do cool tricks with them like drive up walls and on enemies' faces.
* Blue Mary Ryan from the ''VideoGame/FatalFury'' series is also a good example.
** Although she doesn't look the part, Chizuru Kagura from ''VideoGame/TheKingOfFighters '' is this as well.
* ''VideoGame/MarioKart Wii'' and ''8'' have Peach, Pink Gold Peach, Daisy and Rosalina getting skintight suits when driving bikes. Suplemental material for ''Wii'' says that [[TheHighQueen Rosalina]] in particular [[HiddenDepths has a passion for motorcycles]].
* ''[[Franchise/ShinMegamiTenseiPersona Persona]]'':
** Mitsuru Kirijo from ''VideoGame/Persona3'' may be wealthy and elegant, but she's a tough lady who enjoys riding her motorbike.
** In ''VideoGame/Persona5'', Makoto Niijima's initial Persona takes the form of a motorcycle that she can ride. On top of that, her PhantomThief attire is a spikes-and-leather getup that wouldn't look out of place in a post-apocalyptic anime.
* [[DubNameChange Cheiron]]/Sagiitta from ''VideoGame/SakuraWars: [[VideoGame/SakuraWarsSoLongMyLove So Long, My Love]]''.
* Mercury in ''VideoGame/TronTwoPointOh'' is the undefeated champion of the lightcycle arena - and has ''no'' problem taking on Users.
* Natasha from ''VideoGame/RoadRash''. The FMVs also featured quite a few, rushing off with the winner (or dragging a guy with her to celebrate in some cases) or assaulting the loser, among others.
* The protagonist of ''VideoGame/{{Bombshell}}'', Shelly, has a fondness for motorcycles (and [[BadassBiker fighting on them]]).
* ''VideoGame/TargetOfDesireEpisode1'': Maia rides a motorcycle in her DangerouslyShortSkirt. (And she wonders why bad guys keep following her).

* Desirée [=DeLite=] in ''VisualNovel/PhoenixWrightAceAttorneyTrialsAndTribulations''. In fact, her speeding tickets are a major part of her spending habits.
** The first [[http://www.court-records.net/arts/gs3_05.jpg design sketches]] of ''T&T''[='=]s younger Mia Fey had her on a motorbike, too. This didn't survive to the final product, unfortunately.
* Another Haruko from ''VisualNovel/{{AIR}}''.
* She never does it in the actual visual novel, but Arturia, the Saber from ''VisualNovel/FateStayNight'', is one badass biker babe. Turns out her ability of being a supernaturally adept "rider" isn't limited to animals...
** And then comes LightNovel/FateZero, where she rode a [[CoolBike Yamaha V-Max]] (itself known as a very heavy and powerful ''muscle'' bike) like a stunt rider.
** Heck, every female Riders counts, or any female Servants with riding skill. Medusa is a good example (She [[Anime/CarnivalPhantasm wore racing leathers while riding a ''granny bike'']]. Oh my...
* Azami of ''VisualNovel/HatofulBoyfriend'' rides a scooter, but she used to be part of a gang called Hell's Birdies. What she loses in coolness for being a very meticulous, careful driver she regains in how she fights.

[[folder:Web Animation]]
* In ''WebAnimation/DCSuperHeroGirls'', Franchise/WonderWoman rides a bike.

* Roxy Rocket of the Franchise/{{DCAU}} tries to be this. Whether or not she succeeds is an issue to take to the forums.
* The aptly named Sizzle (both for her measurements and for her love of flamethrowers) from ''WesternAnimation/StuntDawgs'' was built around the concept of hot women on hot bikes.
* [[TomboyishName Charlie]] from ''WesternAnimation/BikerMiceFromMars''.
* [=AndrAIa=] from ''WesternAnimation/{{ReBoot}}'' [[ByThePowerOfGrayskull rebooted]] as a literal biker babe once, complete with leather fixings and a classy motorcycle. She retains a fascination with motorcycles and hover-bikes throughout the rest of the show. This part of her nature has not gone unnoticed, and Enzo frequently asks just what it is with her and bikes.
* Huntress in ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheBraveAndTheBold''.
* ''WesternAnimation/SonicUnderground'' has Sonic's sister Sonia.
* Arcee of ''WesternAnimation/TransformersPrime'' uses a hologram of a helmeted Biker Babe in a skintight leather outfit as part of her motorcycle disguise when she's in public. This causes problems for Jack in one scene when his crush assumes that Arcee's "rider" is his girlfriend.
* The villainess Rojo in the original ''WesternAnimation/{{Ben 10}}'' series.
* After over 40 years, we don't find out about Daphne's Biker Babe past until ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooLegendOfThePhantosaur''.
* Tina at the end of ''WesternAnimation/TheLooneyTunesShow'' episode "Rebel Without a Glove".
* Maggie as a teenage on ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'', possibly, as motorcycle paraphernalia was present in her messy room's décor.
* Aisha from ''WesternAnimation/WinxClub'' is sometimes seen with a hoverbike, and she's quite good with it. Also, in the first season, Darcy.
* The Space Bikers from ''WesternAnimation/MyLifeAsATeenageRobot'', though the fact that they're fish-like aliens wouldn't make them very attractive to most people.

[[folder:Real Life]]
* Despite not looking it, Creator/YukoGoto rides a motorcycle. This was parodied in ''Anime/LuckyStar''.
* Three-time Pro Stock Motorcycle drag racing champion Angelle Sampey.
* [[http://www.jennytinmouth.com/ Jenny Tinmouth]]
* Creator/DorothyLSayers.
* [[http://www.rejectedprincesses.com/princesses/bessie-stringfield Bessie Stringfield]], The Motorcycle Queen of Miami.

!!Car Drivers

[[folder:{{Anime}} and {{Manga}}]]
* ''RE: Anime/CuteyHoney'' ends with Natsuko racing down the highway in a convertible while Honey rides her motorbike beside her.
* Fate of ''Anime/MagicalGirlLyricalNanoha'' got herself a black convertible (the [[FanNickname Cardiche]]) sometime during the TimeSkip.
* Rally Vincent from ''Anime/GunsmithCats''.
* Also from ''Anime/YoureUnderArrest'' is [[WrenchWench Miyuki]]. As is Sena, Ken's 20-year-old stepmother, who drives a custom-built roadster.
* "Cherry-boy hunter" Sonoshee Mclaren, as well as Bosbos and her sister in ''Anime/RedLine''.
* Reina Akikawa in ''Anime/WanganMidnight'' owns a tuned Nissan Skyline GT-R and drove a number of other tuned sports cars. And she's also a model and a TV Show host.

* ''ComicBook/{{Chassis}}''. For bonus points, it was a flying car!

* ''Film/HerbieFullyLoaded'' features Creator/LindsayLohan.
* Jill Rivers (Tara Buckman) and Marcie Thatcher (Adrienne Barbeau), two knockout women in a black Lamborghini Countach in ''Film/TheCannonballRun''.
** At least start with Joann Nail and Susan Flannery from the original (and superior) ''Film/TheGumballRally''.
* ''Film/{{Thunderball}}'' had Fiona Volpe and her motorcycle; the remake ''Film/NeverSayNeverAgain'' had Fatima Blush, who led Bond on a chase in a (heavily modified) screaming mid-engined Renault 5. Volpe herself got Bond a bit anxious as a passenger in her Mustang.
* In ''Film/TheFastAndTheFurious'' series, virtually all of the female characters are this, even Mia who is otherwise much less badass than most of the guys.

* In ''Pinball/{{Corvette}}'', the player periodically gets into race Challenges against an assortment of sexy models, each of whom is driving their own Corvette against the player's.

[[folder:Professional Wrestling]]
* Monster Truck racer Wrestling/{{Madusa}}, who drives the machine of the same name

[[folder:Puppet Shows]]
* Lady Penelope Crichton in ''Series/{{Thunderbirds}}''.

* Reiko Nagase was portrayed this way in the third ''VideoGame/RidgeRacer'' game, at the very least as more than just eye candy. Later, the trope would be shown in full with Rena Hyami, ambulance driver turned racer.

* Ash, Emily, Kate, and even Heather from ''Webcomic/{{Misfile}}'', all into street racing.

* Penelope Pitstop from ''WesternAnimation/WackyRaces'' and, less often, [[WesternAnimation/ThePerilsOfPenelopePitstop her own series]].
* Justified with Asami Sato from ''WesternAnimation/LegendOfKorra''. She's an amazing driver because her father is the [[JustForFun/FantasyCounterpart Henry Ford of that universe.]]

[[folder:Real Life]]
* Women in auto racing are rare, but UsefulNotes/IndyCar and NASCAR driver Danica Patrick definitely fits.
* Ashley Force, NHRA drag racer. Now joined by her sisters Brittany and Courtney.
* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WaRoyP4DEi8 Michèle Mouton,]] a rally driver and probably the best competitive female driver ever.
* [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sabine_Schmitz Sabine Schmitz,]] Nürburgring specialist, host of the [[GermanMedia German show]] ''D-Motor'' and once jokingly suggested as a replacement for [[TopGear Richard Hammond]].


[[folder:{{Anime}} and {{Manga}}]]
* Kallen's [[HumongousMecha Guren]] in ''Anime/CodeGeass'' came equipped with a motorbike-like pilot seat, for no apparent reason other than to invoke this trope. The Guren's mass-production derivative, the Akatsuki, has the same cockpit. Plenty of female pilots too.
** On the Britannian side, [[WarriorPrince Princess Cornelia]] and her idol and mentor, Lady Marianne (Lelouch's mother).
** Villetta as well, particularly in her [[ZettaiRyouiki pilot suit]].
** Nonnette and Dorothea, of the Knights of the Rounds, also get a lot of attention from the fandom for this reason, even though they have very little screentime.
* The same goes for Faye from ''Anime/CowboyBebop'' and her fighter ship.
* Kitori from the ''Anime/{{Area 88}}'' TV series flies as well as any man at the base. And she lives longer than most.

* [[ComicBook/{{Blackhawk}} Lady Blackhawk]] in Franchise/TheDCU.
* ComicBook/MsMarvel

* 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'''.

* The ''Film/JamesBond'' films are rather fond of female aviators, actually.
** Naomi in ''Film/TheSpyWhoLovedMe'' flies a helicopter wearing a shirt and a bikini.
** Xenia in ''Film/GoldenEye'' is a former Russian Air Force pilot.
** Pussy Galore in ''Film/{{Goldfinger}}'' is the eponymous villain's personal pilot and has her own squad of all-female fliers.
** Pam Bouvier in ''Film/LicenceToKill'' is a pilot for the U.S. Army.
** Dr. Goodhead from ''Film/{{Moonraker}}'' has them all beat. She flies a ''space shuttle''.
* Kara Wade, Jessica Biel's character, gets a bikini scene in ''Film/{{Stealth}}'' that's [[{{Fanservice}} at least as gratuitous]] as the volleyball scene in ''Film/TopGun''.
* Frankie (deliciously played by Angelina Jolie) in ''Film/SkyCaptainAndTheWorldOfTomorrow''... oh, and her [[AmazonBrigade all-girl squadron]], too!!

* Caitlin in ''Series/{{Airwolf}}''.
* ''Series/BattlestarGalactica2003''[='=]s Kara "Starbuck" Thrace. Also the Eights, both Boomer and Athena.
* In the ''Series/{{Torchwood}}'' episode "Out of Time", Diane is a free-spirited biplane pilot from 1953 who accidentally flies her plane through a temporal rift and arrives in present-day Wales. After a brief affair with Owen, she flies off again, seeking either to find the Rift or to [[WalkingTheEarth experience the modern world]].

* Sala and her AmazonBrigade of SkyPirates in ''ComicStrip/ThePhantom''. She was played by Catherine Zeta Jones in [[Film/ThePhantom1996 The Movie]].

* Cabin fits this role nicely in ''Roleplay/DinoAttackRPG''. A hardcore, attractive, and fully qualified helicopter pilot whose practically second in command when it comes to taking action in the skies.[[spoiler:.. at least until the war ended.]]

* The Angel Interceptor pilots in ''WesternAnimation/CaptainScarlet''.

* It must be something that runs in the family. [[ShoutOut Kei Nagase]] is a fighter pilot in ''VideoGame/AceCombat''.
* Skyla from ''VideoGame/PokemonBlackAndWhite''.

[[folder:Real Life]]
* Hannah Reitsch, German test pilot and combat flier.
* Lidya Litvyak, Russian air combat ace.
* [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kim_Campbell_%28pilot%29 Kim Campbell]] (not to be confused with the former Canadian prime minister of the same name) not only flies A-10 Thunderbolts in combat, but managed to land one with total hydraulic failure after taking a hit over Iraq (a CrowningMomentOfAwesome, regardless of what one thinks of the war itself).