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Women hit the open road on Harleys

The all-American motorcycle brand Harley-Davidson wants to shift its leather-clad values from testosterone and ego to independence and freedom by making bikes specifically for women. And it seems a smart move, with more than 12% of US motorcycles purchased by women.

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