Thirty-five-year-old Maral Yazarloo is breaking stereotypes on a superbike. This is her incredible story. Image: instagram. Born and raised in Iran, Yazarloo moved to Pune in She started riding bike after moving to India because women are not allowed to ride bikes in Iran. As a part of her global tour, Yazarloo will also ride through snow and ice in Antartica and spend a month in a boat there. Her itinerary also includes Iran, where woman aren't allowed to ride motorcycles.
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