Print this page

The HER Project - Honor, Encourage, Recognize - We Salute Women in Military Service

Written by  September 30, 2014

We are dedicated to a single purpose: empowering and creating awareness for our American Women Veterans with respect and dignity. HONOR, ENCOURAGE, RECOGNIZE (HER).

We have many goals for this project but first and primary is to create awareness and hope, to give women veterans and their families 100% of our acknowledgement and recognition of their service and to help show our gratitude for what our women veterans have done for our country.

We plan to accomplish this by building two motorcycles: dedicated to the Disabled American (Women) Veterans and the National Women Veterans Assoc. Recognizing the American Women Veteran, educating the public about the great sacrifices needs of women veterans who, by virtue of their service in the military of the United States of America, may be having difficulty transitioning back to civilian life.

If you would like to know more please contact: Gina Woods at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 630.833.9889

The HER project Logo

  • The fouled anchor is a symbol of trials and tribulation.
  • The eagle’s wings represent freedom.
  • The circle encompassing the 13 stripes and the female facing foreword is symbolic of women defending this nation.
  • Together the symbol represents female strength to overcome and defend freedom.

For more information about the HER Project go to

Mike Schweder

Editor-in-Chief - Kansas City, MO

Mike is the original founder of Cycle Connections Online Motorcycle Magazine and an avid motorcycle enthusiast. He has been riding for over 40 years, belongs to several local and national motorcycle organizations and travels to numerous rallies and events throughout the US each year. Mike has been a writer and editor for many years and has a passion for sharing his motorcycling experiences and stories with you. Contact Mike at