YOU’VE probably already observed them on the highways, a group of brave and extraordinary women dressed in their branded shirts and embellished helmets as they blaze the trails on their powerful motorbikes.

They are Women on Wheels (WoW)—the first (and only!) female biker club in T&T. These independent women who all share a passion for biking exude a type of girl power that we don’t see every day. No wonder they attract a positive reaction from onlookers.

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