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Dumfries Biker Suzy Says Curvy Riders Gave Her Hope

Tuesday 22 August 2017

 

From Scottish newspaper the Daily Record:

 

Susan Dunn and Siobhan Farish
The Curvy Riders Motorcycle Club members
Susan Dunn and Siobhan Farish.
(Image: Jim McEwan)
 

Dumfries biker Suzy says Curvy Riders gave her hope

Acceptance changed her life

By
18 August 2017
© 2017 Scottish Daily Record and Sunday Mail Ltd

A woman who has suffered from a debilitating health condition since her teens got all revved up about life again – when she joined a motorbike club.

Susan Dunn, 41, of Dumfries, was diagnosed with fibromyalgia aged just 13 and missed out on socialising as a youngster.

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Suzy, as she is known to family and friends, grew up surrounded by motorcycles and decided to learn how to ride in her 30s.

She joined Curvy Riders Dumfries, Galloway and Cumbria – the sole ladies-only biking club in the area, in 2008.

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Over the past few years Suzy has suffered from chronic fatigue syndrome, also known as ME, which has meant she can’t ride as often as she would prefer.

 

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