Dangerous Curvez is a sisterhood
The sisterhood on wheels lives up to its name, Dangerous Curvez MC Inc.
Members of the motorcycle club, all females with womanly figures, travel the highways and byways of the Valley and beyond.
Yatasha Hill, nicknamed “Freeway,” and Jennifer Jackson, aka “Butta,” founded Dangerous Curvez MC Inc. a decade ago; the club is marking its 10th year. Sondra Jones, “Honey,” is a co-founder.
Hill said she and Jackson were riding together in 2004. “There were cycle clubs that were co-ed but no all-female clubs,” Hill said. “She and I decided an all-female club would be a good idea.”
For the name, Hill said, the women “put their heads together” and came up with Dangerous Curvez. “It a dangerous and sexy name,” Hill said.
Hill, who has ridden motorcycles for a decade, admits to a “passion” for them. “I like the control,” she said of riding a motorcycle. As for the group camaraderie, Hill said, “We’re a sisterhood.”
Hill said the club generally tries to meet and ride between the first and third Sundays of the month. It’s a flexible schedule because of work and family demands. She added the club gathers at homes of members.
“We’d love to have a clubhouse some day,” she said.
Hill said the club has a $15 application fee to help make sure the applicant is serious.
The club christens new members with a nickname. “That’s a tradition among motorcycle riders,” Hill said.
Read more about the club and the riders in Thursday's Vindicator or on Vindy.com.