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Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Venice Vixens greet Royal Enfield cafe racer with smiles

Venice Vixens welcome the Royal Enfield Continental GT to California,
with CEO Siddhartha Lal. From left are Merkel, Tara, Lindsay and Liana.
"Venice Vixens" would be a great name for a group of good looking women motorcyclists based in Venice, California.

Adorned in tight leather and riding roaring cafe racers, they could go places, turn heads, and have fun doing it.

Good news: the Venice Vixens already exist.

Venice Vixens Tara and Liana on a spring evening in Los Angeles.
"Badass women riding motos in Venice, CA. We are all a little different, a little crazy and a lot of fun. Join us," their Facebook page suggests. You'll get your best look at these pretty amazing women on their Instagram page.

The Venice Vixens attended Royal Enfield's recent showcase event for the new Continental GT cafe racer at The SmogShoppe in Los Angeles. Watching the Vimeo video it's apparent the videographer was happy to see them. Vixen Tara Henry was interviewed and shared her views of the Continental GT.

Vixen being interviewed about the new Continental GT.
Photographer Molly Hawkins, shooting for Royal Enfield, photographed the Vixens with Siddhartha Lal, CEO of Royal Enfield's parent company.

The short video is a lot of fun. Give it a look and find out what Tara had to say:



Liana told me that she started the Venice Vixens about two years ago. They get together weekly and ride to shows, events or other groups.

"We ride with everybody," she said. "Not just girls."

"We're all super different," she said. The group includes hair and fashion stylists, a production company executive and one woman owns her own juice company.

"One thing we have in common is that we're all super out-going individuals," Liana said. Another thing they have in common is enthusiasm for riding. "This is our passion."

So, obviously: they're attractive women on motorcycles, an asset to anybody's event. Would they consider doing engagements as a group? They'd consider it, Liana said. The invitation to the Royal Enfield event came in an email.

None of them have actually ridden the new Continental GT yet, she said — but they'd like to.

For more about the Venice Vixens, see the interview with Vixen Lindsay Bodanza talking about her rescue-dog 1978 Honda CX500 cafe racer on the Moto-Mucci blog. Her bike now looks great and she looks great on it.

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