Angie on her 2017 Honda Rebel 300 motorcycle ready to ride

Born with a congenital birth defect to her right forearm, ANGIE has never let any obstacle stop her.

From playing lead guitar in an AC/DC Tribute band to riding a motorcycle,  Angie always finds a way.

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Angie's Talk Sheet





Never say never! 

It is not always easy,  however with a positive outlook, determination and perseverance, what you can accomplish might surprise you.  By sharing her story, Angie Sandow will inspire you to smash through obstacles to achieve what you may have thought to be out of reach.

It is not for others to decide what you can and cannot do based on their assumptions of your abilities, especially when this iudgment is formed as a result of your appearance.

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No Disability Here!

Definition of disability a physical, mental, cognitive, or developmental condition that impairs, interferes with, or limits a person’s ability to engage in certain tasks or actions or participate in typical daily activities and interactions The above definition comes from the Merriam-Webster dictionary.  I must admit that I find this very interesting having been referred to …

It’s Been Awhile But I’m Back!

To say that the past few months have kept me busy is an understatement!  Several months ago, I agreed to organize the Women In Motorcycling Exhibit for the Spring Motorcycle Show which was held the weekend of Saturday, April 7 and Sunday, April 8.


A long long time ago, after meeting Angus and Malcom Young of AC/DC at a Stiff Upper Lip press conference in Stoney Creek, Ontario, Angie decided to form an AC/DC Tribute Band to share her love of the band and to show people what one could accomplish.

One prosthetic + a Gibson SG = PROBLEM SOLVED!!

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Watch Angie ride her brand new 2017 Honda Rebel 300 for the first time!!