|What is your name (or your nick name)
|What are your preferred pronouns?
|When did you become a member?
|What bike do you ride (or hope to ride)?
|2020 Yamaha MT07
|How long have you been riding? And what got you interested?
|What’s something that you love?
|Smoked olives, salt water & the feeling of sunshine on my skin.
|What’s something that you hate?
|Peas, unreliability, cancer
|Who inspires you?
|Strong women who pave the way.
|Tell us something about you that no one would know?
|I drive cranes 40 meters under Swanston Street as part of the Metro Tunnel Project
|Where’s your favourite place in the world?
|Fishing in a tinny anywhere in Moreton Bay
|Tell us how you first got involved in with DoBM?
|I wanted to start riding again and after moving to Melbourne for work, I decided to push aside my shyness and make contact. Best decision I made for many reasons.
|What is so empowering about riding a motorcycle?
|With the twist of my wrist I can instantly feel joy after a taxing day at work or create a rush of adrenaline & endorphins that money can’t buy.
|How does riding transform other areas of your life?
|Riding has given me confidence which has trickled into all areas of my life.
|Which pride parade would you love to ride in?
|San Francisco would have to be top of my list.
|What are you passionate about?
|I’m passionate about getting more women into the construction industry.
|If you could change one thing about the world, what would it be?
|I think Penny Wong should be running the show.
Some more compassion and inclusion would go a long way too.
|What is your dream bike? Make/Model/Year and why?
|I would one day love to get my hands on a Zero Engineering Type 9. They are a beautiful union of modern technology and an old school look.
|What do you wish other people knew about DoBM?
|The camaraderie along with a safe space to be yourself is rewarding.