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Meet The Badass Bikers of “Black Girls Ride”

Who says women of color can’t be a part of the motorsports culture?

Photography: Jonita Davis

PPorsche Taylor’s scarf fits under her helmet and hides her natural hair, dyed pink for the ride. Black shades adorn her face and a Black Girls Ride T-shirt peeks out from under her leather jacket. She removes gloves from her hands to take a sip of water before updating the…




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Jonita Davis

Jonita Davis

Jonita Davis is a writer, film critic, and professor. She’s a member of NABJ, AAFCA, a Rotten Tomatoes critic, and an adjunct professor.

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