The roar of the pipes. The control. The open road. The freedom.
They are women on bikes, big boy bikes.
Some of them have riding names, including "Undacover" and "Black Cherry".
But, when they roll together, they're the "Dixie Divas."
Sherri Simmers came up with the idea for a ladies motor cycle club. She works at "Heart of Dixie" Harley Davidson in Pelham and noticed that a lot of women were learning how to ride their own bikes.
Now, the "Divas" have about 25 members, who have moved from the back of the bike to the driver's seat. When they hit the road they turn a lot of heads.
They aren't the "hells" angels, but they are sort of angels, who also ride for a cause.
It's called Revving' for Research, and riders even come from out of state to take part. But, ultimately, the joy for these motorcycle mamas is feeling the power of their hogs and the freedom of the road.