"Of the many moto-adventures I have enjoyed, none stands out like Theresa Wallach's super excellent The Rugged Road" Miles Davis in Walnecks's June 2006 "The courage and confidence of these most unusual women make this story well worth reading." WOW - Women on Wheels "... a damned good read, and a tribute to women, to motorcyclists, and to adventure." Rider "Theresa and Florence's fantastic adventure will hold your attention for hours." The Antique Motorcycle "... a fascinating read." Vintage Motor Cycle "The book is beautifully produced ... an amazing video." WIMA "This is pure English eccentricity allied to serious resolve." Street Biker "I was just in awe of the whole thing." Old Bike Mart
About the Author
Theresa Wallach is one of only three women ever to exceed 100mph at Brooklands. She held a degree in engineering from University College London, travelled alone all through the USA by motorcycle, started a business importing British motorcycles into the USA and eventually 'retired' to Phoenix, Arizona where she opened a school to teach motorcyclists how to ride properly and safely. To drive this message home she also wrote a well known book 'Easy Motorcycle Riding'. Theresa Wallach died on her 90th birthday in 1998.