“There is nothing to compare with motor cycling and I’m sorry for those poor people who cannot indulge in it. It is wonderfully exhilarating and it is impossible to describe the glorious sensation that one gets when travelling on a speedy machine. I’m glad I’ve got a motor cycle and I don’t think I’ll ever give it up” Miss Jane Queain- 1910
The pursuit of your dreams always comes with the element of fear. Breaking through this fear always comes with the element of courage. Read the stories of these extraordinary Australian heroines who have broken the stereotypical mould and they will not only inspire you but will also leave you in awe of their courage and dedication in pursuit of their passion.
Sally-Anne Fowles is an avid motorcyclist. For Sally-Anne this realization only came when she turned 37. She grew up on a 3000 acre farm in the Central West of New South Wales where the motorcycle was simply a work-horse. Never-the-less, this motorbike was the instigator of Sal’s love of two-wheels and 20 years later she finally gained her road licence and purchased her dream bike, a Harley Davidson Fat Boy.
Sally-Anne, a qualified Horticulturalist, operates her own business in the Adelaide Hills, South Australia, gardening during the week and motorbike riding on the weekends. She and her husband, Ian love their home in the picturesque Adelaide Hills with their two dogs Wyley (greyhound) and Jacky (Whippet) and adore the company of their two daughters and two granddaughters.