An artist, photographer and moto enthusiast, Brooklyn's Grace Roselli is pushing the boundaries with her latest project, Naked Bike, a photo collection which challenges society's attitude towards women, their bodies and their bikes.

"Women riders and machine can be one—cyborgs rejecting the boundaries and social mores that separate human from machine,” Roselli says. “In some pictures the women are covered in gear for the sport, but also can function here as armor, a mysterious shell, a hidden space. In others, that protective layer is gone. Naked, the women project what protects them, or not, as female.”

Read more about Roselli here on NYC Motorcyclist in our recent news feature on the Rhode Island School of Design graduate.