ROLL CALL

Sandriana Shipman to Coach Flat track Training at Babes in the Dirt East

We are beyond stoked to welcome professional flat track racer, #55, Sandriana Shipman to Babes in the Dirt East! Sandriana will be assisting Johnny Lewis’s Moto Anatomy class during the event and helping ladies of all skill sets increase their knowledge, handling, and confidence as they slide sideways through the track. We can’t even begin to explain how much these classes help you become a better rider (in the dirt and the street). Becoming a better rider doesn’t mean you are the fastest, it means you are better educated and more confident on two wheels which can only come with putting in the seat time. We are so grateful as Babes in the Dirt and Babes Ride Out to be able to partner with people like Johnny Lewis and Sandriana to bring some fun to the track while helping riders (new and old) become more skilled. Red on to get to know Sandriana and make sure to sign up for Moto Anatomy during Babes in the Dirt East by signing up HERE.

My love for two wheels began when I was just three years old on the rail road tracks behind my house. My dad put me on a PW 50 for the first time and I haven't looked back since. By the time I was seven my dirt track career had started before I even knew it. I traded the nearby trails for local indoor racing at the "Thunderdome" in Middletown, NY and instantly fell in love with the added adrenaline rush of bar banging and close competition.  

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From there my Father and I began traveling to all of the nearby AMA District 3 tracks collecting trophies and championships along the way. Eventually I made my way onto the National Flat Track scene during the 2014 Amateur Grand National Championship races at the famous Springfield Fair Grounds. I finished 6th overall racing 450's against all the boys even though I missed the last day; Dad had to get back to work to pay for racing.

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After some bad luck and broken bones in 2015 I found myself racing bikes older than I was competing at all the AMA Vintage Nationals. I walked away from 2016 with a National #1 plate and a ton of new connections made. I still felt like I had more potential left and deep down I wanted to prove that I could run with the best of the best in American Flat Track's singles class. I was met with some more challenges in 2017 between injuries and the struggles of traveling the US in my SUV and small trailer. Before I knew it I was lined up for my first professional main event at Calistoga. Finally everyone started to see that I was a serious contender against the boys.  

Unfortunately for me.. racing always seems to create unexpected circumstances. In just the third round of the 2018 AFT season I was seriously injured. I sat out until the last three races of the series when I teamed up with RMR Honda. At the very last race of 2018, the “Meadowlands Mile,” I made my second American Flat Track Single Main Event. For 2019 I decided to form my own team, by utilizing all of my resources I was set to be under the “TripleNickelRacing” banner. But, as seems to be the story of this 5’2” 100lb girl, I am injured again. I compressed vertebra in my spine for the third time… As I write this I'm on the mend yet again. I may have some more metal holding my bones together and a few more battle-scars but I'm more driven and determined to comeback stronger than ever before. I appreciate everyones on-going support throughout my career and especially during my recent recovery.



Roll Call | Meet Babes in the Dirt East Coast Rider Becca Sheets

As we are starting to get closer to hosting our first ever Babes in the Dirt East event in Greeneville, TN, we are getting to know some of the riders who will be joining us. Becca Sheets has been ripping through the woods riding and racing off-road for 19 years. From riding her local tracks with her Dad to racing in the ISDE in France, Becca has lived her life on two wheels. We can’t wait to ride with her in September!

Click Here to register for Babes in the Dirt East | September 20th-22nd at I-81 Motorsports Park

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Name:Becca Sheets   

Location: Ohio  @Bsheets551 

Where are you from and where do you live now?

I was an Indiana baby but Ohio is where I was raised and where I currently reside. I really love it here as long as it is not winter time. 

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Tell us about how you got in to riding dirt. How long have you been riding?

My dad rode and raced dirt bikes for fun for a long time. I grew up at the motocross tracks watching him race.  I asked for a dirtbike on my 7th birthday and I’ve been racing ever since. I spent most of my youth years riding motocross and transitioned to off-road in 2011. I’ve been racing for 19 years.  

Was there someone specific that inspired you?

My dad was definitely my OG inspiration. But I was inspired by the Pro WMX (then WMA) riders when I was growing up in the sport, like Sarah Whitmore and Tarah Geiger. I looked up to them for so many years aspiring to get to their level some day.  

What type of terrain do you like riding the most? Track? Trails? Desert? Mountains? Dualsport?

Anything off-road. I really enjoy technical trail riding in the mountains with friends! 

Run us through the list of bikes you have had in your life.

PW50 KTM50 JR  KX60 RM65 RM85 KTM105 YZ125 YZ250f-x KTM 250xc-f KTM 250SX-f

What bike do you ride now?

KTM 250sx-F

 What are your goals as a rider? Any specific technique you are working on?

I am always working on my overall technique on the bike. The practice never ends. 

Wheelie skills are always a good one to practice though. 

My goals as a rider are always evolving, but in a general sense it’s usually just get faster, get better results, and continue to help grow the sport with women in off-road riding/racing.  

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Tell us about your most epic riding experience.

Definitely my first year doing the ISDE in France. Riding through the backcountry there was so amazing. We got to see parts of the country most tourists would never see. 

When did you first hear about Babes in the Dirt?

I noticed it on social media a few years ago out on the west coast.

Tell us what you think about Babes in the Dirt coming to TN. Are you stoked?  

I think it’s awesome that there are large groups of women getting together to ride and just hang out, and learn a few tips and tricks along the way. 

There’s TONS of women out here on the east coast that love to ride. So any opportunity to attend an event like this is great. 

What do you think is the most different about riding in California vs. Tennessee?  

I’ve only ridden out in California once in a few different terrains. Its very hard, sandy dirt out there in the trails. Or just one or the other. Out in the TN woods, you will get lots of rocks and roots and possibly some slick sections depending on the weather. It’s usually pretty hard clay based dirt there. So I know on the moto tracks out this way, usually add a lot of mulch to keep some moisture in the dirt. 

Any advice for new riders?

Take lessons, learn the proper riding techniques, and put them to practice. It will give you so much more confidence on the bike.  :) 

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Meet Taylor Miller @tmillaaaa | See you at Babes in the Dirt East

We first met Taylor Miller at Babes in the Dirt 4 (she was the one SENDING IT on the MX Track). She drove out from Alabama to attend the event. Well…. now we are coming to her for our first ever Babes in the Dirt East in Greenville, TN. We got to catch up with her to hear more about how she got in to riding and racing as well as the difference between riding in California vs Tennessee! She has some great advice for new riders: “You can start riding at any time in your life !!! It’s never too late to start. Just throw that leg over a bike and get out there.. you will not regret it. “ Amen to that!

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Name: Taylor Miller @tmillaaaa

Location: Birmingham, Al 

Where are you from and where do you live now? I am from Alabaster, Al but currently live in Billingsley, Al at Crossbone MX Ranch.  

Tell us about how you got in to riding dirt. How long have you been riding? 

When I was three my dad got me a 4 wheeler for Christmas and that’s where it all began. After learning how to ride the 4 wheeler I got a PW 50 and started racing motocross at the age of four. My dads side of the family raced motorcycles and I quickly picked up the passion for racing when I was young. 

Was there someone specific that inspired you? I grew up at a motocross track that my dad owned.. So I was surrounded by racers all the time that inspired me growing up. My dad never pushed me into the sport I just fell in love with it naturally. I respect him for that because some dads push the limit in the sport of motocross which can end careers fast. 

 What type of terrain do you like riding the most? Track? Trails? Desert? Mountains? Dualsport? My true passion is MX .. but recently I have explored more trails and raced off-road races. 

Run us through the list of bikes you have had in your life. I have raced many bikes throughout my life .. from a PW 50 to a Honda 450. When I was young I always wanted a cobra 50 but my dad never would let me get one because of the maintenance.. I’ve never let that one down until this day haha! Some other bikes I’ve had are 65s, 125s, and 250s. All types of brands from Yamaha, Suzuki, Honda, Kawasaki, and KTM. 

What bike do you ride now? I ride a YZ 125

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 What are your goals as a rider? Any specific technique you are working on? My goal as a rider right now is to just have fun with the sport. I am much older then the girls I race these days and the pace they run is super fast.. I have to keep telling myself I’m 10 years older then most girls out on the track. Age is just a number though and I use that as motivation for training. I am currently working on using my legs more when I ride.. I tend to hold on to tight with my arms when I race which causes arm pump fast. Also I’m working on using less clutch and more momentum flow out on the track. It’s all about the flow !! 

Tell us about your most epic riding experience. The most epic riding experience I’ve ever had was at the sand dunes outside of Vegas. My dad brought me out to these dunes after a national at glen helen in our Moto van. We were the only ones there and I had the entire area to myself. I used up 2 cans of race gas and even drained some gas out of the van so I could keep riding. It was EPIC!! 

When did you first hear about Babes in the Dirt? I heard about Babes in the Dirt a few years ago from a friend. Last year I finally got to experience the event and it was so rad! I grew up being the only female in the state of Alabama that raced a dirt bike.. and to attend a event with that many girls that  rode was freaking unreal.  

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What was your experience like at Babes in the Dirt when you attended the west coast event? Mind blowing .. the most coolest event ever! I rode the motocross track the most but just being around such a rad vibe and meeting so many people was awesome. Not to mention my friend brought her mom along and she attended the training class and KILLED it! 

Tell us what you think about Babes in the Dirt coming to TN. Are you stoked? I’ve been waiting for this one for sure! The moment I saw the post about it I made sure to clear my calendar. It’s going to be fun!! Finally in my neck of the woods. It’s great for the girls on the east coast to be able to experience this kind of event.. let’s do it!!! 

What do you think is the most different about riding in California vs. Tennessee?  California has a huge riding scene .. MX, trails, desert, Dualsport , they have it all! You can travel an hour and be able to ride any of that. It’s a little more difficult in the east to be able to ride all that terrain. The tracks are more spread out and the riding is less convenient than California. The dirt we have in the south like in Tennessee is prime!!! More technical riding verses out west. 

Any advice for new riders? You can start riding at any time in your life !!! It’s never too late to start. Just throw that leg over a bike and get out there.. you will not regret it. 

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Meet Christina Dixon - Williams | She has been to every single Babes in the Dirt Event !!!

We have seen Christina Dixon Williams smiling face at every single Babes in the Dirt event! Yep, she has battled a hailstorm, weathered the gale force winds and BRAAAP’d allover Hungry Valley State Park with us over the past 5 years. We caught up with her to hear about what the community has meant to her, fan-girl moments (we have all had them) baby wheelies and the progress she has made as a rider over the years. Read on!

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Name: Christina Dixon-Williams

Location: Las Vegas, NV

Instagram handle: @c_ldixon

 Tell us a little about yourself:

I am a Las Vegas native, second-generation born and raised. I went to college in Utah on a softball scholarship and then moved back to Vegas after I graduated. The desert will always be my home. My career is working in finance and I volunteer with the Las Vegas Valley Humane Society. I am also a full-time kitten foster mom (#fosteringsaveslives) while also caring for my resident “fur-children”, with all the help from my husband. Our furry/feathered children are comprised of horses, goats, chickens, dogs, cats, rabbits (all rescues). Any spare time after that is spent on the bikes.  

How long have you been riding? About 4.5 years, although I really got into riding about 3 years ago when I bought my 500.

What/who got you in to it? My wonderful husband! (@dirtbikedave5) He used to race MRAN and Best in the Desert. I am a pretty competitive/ driven person (all the years of being a competitive athlete). I saw him riding and thought “I can do that” and here I am. I like to brag on him since he had to deal with my mental breakdowns in sand washes and on hill climbs for years (don’t be fooled those breakdowns still occasionally occur, haha). 

What kind of bike do you ride? I am currently riding a 2016 KTM 500 EXC – Six Days.

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Run us through the list of bikes you have had in your life.

2006 Suzuki LTR 450 (I started on a quad and quickly realized 2 wheels was a lot more fun)

2007 KTM 525 XCW

1976 Yamaha YZ125 (Don’t underestimate this little bike.. it flys)

2016 KTM 500 EXC – Six Days

2015 Beta EVO 250 4T

You have been to every single Babes in the Dirt event! We want to know more about your experience!

How did you hear about Babes in the Dirt the first year? I saw a flyer for the event being posted on Instagram.

Give us a little run down of your experience at each event:

Babes in the dirt 1: The hail! Oh my hail! The weather was definitely crazy that first year. I remember when I was unloading my bike and I was just a newbie doing this without my husband and the awesome girls camped next to me were so quick to help me unload my bike.

Babes in the dirt 2: My first year demo’ing a brand new Husky! How awesome is Husqvarna to bring out brand new bikes for girls to rip on the trails? Totes awesome.

Babes in the dirt 3: I was able to join in on a ride led by Ashley Fiolek (I fan-girled a bit). 

Babes in the dirt 4: This event was only a couple months after my mom had lost her battle to cancer. Being able to attend such a friendly event was a heart lift (I know, sappy).

Babes in the dirt 5: Was it just me or was this the first year it wasn’t insanely windy?! It was perfect weather! I joined the Garrahan Off Road Training class on Sunday and had an absolute blast and got a thumbs up from Kacey Martinez (another fan-girl moment). I finally nailed a baby wheelie (if you know me, you know that’s a BIG deal).

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What do you think about how much it has grown?  It’s really impressive to see how large this event has grown. Even though this event has grown hundredfold from the first year, the same atmosphere of girls helping each other load/unload, kick over their bikes and just pick someone up off of the trail is still there, which is the exact reason why I continue to attend the event each year.

 What does the off-road community mean to you personally?  The off-road community to me is a sense of belonging. It’s a sense of support and welcoming. Each thumbs up from another rider or the help pulling a bike out of a ditch and all while still smiling because we all love this sh%&.. that is community.

The Babes in the Dirt community has been one the kindest communities. At each event I have met the coolest and most badass women riders. The Babes in the Dirt event has become an annual trip that I look forward to and a chance to catch up with new and old babes.

Thank you Anya & Ashmore for hosting these events! You two have successfully created an incredibly inspiring and motivating event for beginner and pros riders alike. <3

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Professional Flat Tracker Leah Tokelove is Making Her Way to Babes in the Dirt 5 from the UK!

Leah Tokelove isn’t your average 21 year old even though she says she is. Looking over her accomplishments the past few years is simply incredible as she has not only become a professional racer on her Indian Motorcycle for the Hooligan series, she also races competitively with her KTM in the Pro class. That’s not all…..she has also opened training classes, Days on the Dirt, to help ladies in the UK learn the fundamentals of riding and did we mention she’s a full time student and holds down a job that requires heavy labor at her dad’s building site? If people ever doubted superwoman, here she is. Get to know Leah Tokelove and make sure to give her and the VC London ladies a VERY warm, welcome as they cross the pond to join us at Babes in the Dirt 5!

Photo by Sarah Emma Smith

Photo by Sarah Emma Smith

Name: Leah Tokelove

Instagram Handle: @leahtokelove37

What’s in your garage?

  • Indian Scout Sixty Hooligan Racer

  • Indian Scout Sixty (For road rips), got my license in January!

  • KTM 450 SX-F – My Flat Track race bike

  • KTM 250 SX-F - For Motocross fun

  • Honda CRF125

  • Kawasaki KLX 110

  • Honda Mini Framer with a CB125 engine

  • Honda CRF 250 - (Kindly lent to me by Tara Henry for Trails)

Wow now I feel greedy, motos for every occasion!

Who are you sponsored by?

  • Indian Motorcycle

  • -Alpinestars

  • Bell Helmets

  • S&S Cycle

  • Krazy Horse Customs

  • VC London

  • STANCE

  • Greenfield Dirt Track

  • DTRA

  • Days on the Dirt

  • My awesome family

Tell us about where you are from:

I’m from Lincolnshire in the UK. It’s pretty much the middle of nowhere on the east coast of England, which is ideal as there are plenty of opportunities to ride motorcycles without bothering anyone. I still live in Lincolnshire now and I don’t think that I’ll ever really leave- I’m a country gal.

Tell us about yourself and what you are into:

Aside from racing I think I’m your average 21-year-old student. I like binge watching Netflix, eating way too much crap and drinking more than I can handle- haha. All joking aside increasingly I have very little time for that, as recently my racing has become a lot more serious, most of my spare time away from the track is focused on prep and training. I race Flat Track in the UK, racing for Indian Motorcycle in the Hooligan Series and my own KTM in the Pro class. When I’m not racing or practicing Flat Track I like to go trail riding (I passed my test back in January for my license and I’m now addicted to trails) or I go motocrossing. So really, I like riding a bit of everything. When I’m not riding I’m actually a University student, studying Business Management (yawn) and I work part-time laboring on my Dad’s building site. But have recently started my own business ‘Days on the Dirt’ (more on this to follow). Being a student and racing actually fits together nicely, it gives me a lot of flexibility to train, ride and travel for events. I really enjoy sports of any kind and just generally being active. I love traveling and enjoy writing about my experiences. I hate tuna and carrots.

What inspired you to want to ride two wheels?

Growing up in rural Lincolnshire we don’t have many cool parks, shops or attractions. There’s not really that much to do as a kid, but there is an abundance of fields for learning how to ride motorcycles on! And with the encouragement of my Father who had dirt bikes and a bike on the road it was quite natural for me to start riding. My dad got me a little PW50 as my first ripper, at the age of 5. And we used to just ride around the farm near to where we lived, he was on his KTM and I was on my little Peewee. We’d just tootle about for fun. And for a long time, riding dirtbikes was all about fun for me, I’d never considered doing anything more than that. But after one Summer of riding KLX 110’s (I still have these to date) when I was around twelve/thirteen, I had ridden non-stop and found that I was actually getting pretty good, as fast as my Dad and faster than a fair few of his mates! So, we thought that an ideal place for me to make my racing debut was just at a local series on the beach! My Dad bought me a Suzuki RM85 and it was my first ever bike with a clutch, I spent a couple of weeks getting used to that, did a lot of accidental wheelies and before I knew it I’d lined up for my first race! From there I progressed onto racing Flat Track when we realized that all the fast lads on the beach were doing this Flat Track, so I thought I’d give it a go and now well… the rest is history!

Tell us about Days on the Dirt?

To put it simply the ultimate goal of Days on the Dirt is to get more women riding motorcycles and more women racing them! I do believe that in the UK prior to Days on the Dirt, there was nowhere that a complete beginner could go and learn to ride a motorcycle. I also feel very strongly about the importance of women only events after talking to lots of women about them and knowing how I, a confident rider, do sometimes feel intimidated on generic training days. At Days on the Dirt we have created the ideal environment for women to come and learn, alongside like-minded women who are all there for the same reason- to learn new skills. Whether that be to learn how to ride a motorcycle, develop flat track sills or ride motocross for the first time- we can give women that opportunity at Days on the Dirt. I’m so proud of what Days on the Dirt is developing into and the support we are receiving from not only the women who attend but brands wanting to help out! Days on the Dirt is still young, not even a year old and I can’t wait to watch it grow!

What skills do you practice the most to stay sharp on your bike?

Obviously, I like to keep my Flat Track skills in shape because that’s my main thing but riding lots of different disciplines is so complimentary to your general riding ability. Because bike time is bike time and all of the skills are totally transferable! I also think that riding a smaller bike is good practice too. If I want to push myself harder I usually ride my little Honda CRF125 because when you’re on a bike so small you’re not really afraid of sending it- haha and you push yourself way out of your comfort zone because surely I can do less damage on that than my Indian Hooligan?!

How has learning to ride changed your life?

I actually reflect about this a lot. I often stop and think about what the hell I’d be doing if I wasn’t riding and I seriously don’t know the answer to that! Riding for me, is very quickly becoming about the people that I’ve met through riding bikes. I’ve actually done a WHOLE blog post on this because it’s had such a mammoth impact on me, haha. But in short, I think riding motorcycles has opened up a whole Narnia of opportunities for me. Racing, traveling and different cultures are all things that I have had the pleasure of experiencing thanks to Motorcycles. Take Babes in the Dirt for example. Thanks to my love of dirtbikes I’m going to be visiting LA for the first time, getting to meet heaps of new people that share my passion for riding, adventures and good times. It doesn’t get much better than that does it? Also, to now think that I’ve been able to transform my passion into such a big part of my life is crazy. All the sponsorship, support and the fact that I can do Days on the Dirt and share my passion for others is simply the best. Oh yeah and I’m actually quite fierce and love the thrill of racing- but that’s the norm for all racers right?

What are your goals as a motorcyclist?

My main goals have got to be to just keep on enjoying the ride. Racing where I can (because I’m a competitive lil’ bitch on track) and I want to do a lot of moto related traveling. I think that having fun on and around motorcycles is my main goal, obviously I want to win races too and I would love to race Super Hooligans in the US one day and maybe even some American Flat Track! But yeah mainly travel, meet new people and I’m open minded so I’m just gonna’ enjoy the ride and see where it takes me.

We can't wait to have you attend Babes in the Dirt, what are you looking forward to the most?

Ahh man, I am so stoked to be able to make it out. I turned 21 in November and this is the first event I’ve been eligible for, I don’t think you’re gonna be able to get rid of me now! Seriously though, I love what you guys are doing Stateside and have always followed it and I’ve been fortunate to be able to support VC London with their Camp- which is such a great event for the UK scene. I can’t wait to ride the trails, I’ve heard very good things about riding in California, so I’m stoked on that. I’m also really looking forward to meeting my ‘Instagram friends’ haha and actually meeting the real characters behind the handles along with loads of new people! So yeah, I think it’s gonna be a pretty good weekend of riding, hanging out and partaaayyyyyy!!!

What advice do you have for others who are new to riding or thinking about learning to ride?

-I think as cliché as it sounds learning to ride is one of those things that has a ripple effect on your life. The opportunities it opens up to you from travel, meeting new people and just having a fun way to spend your time. The personal benefits of it too are crazy the amount of stress it relieves, the feeling of freedom and pure joy when riding. I don’t think I’ve ever seen anyone look grumpy when they take their helmet off after a ride! I really do think that if you’re considering it then you should just take the plunge and go for it, there’s a bike for everyone out there, go and chase it! And motorcyclists are THE most supportive group of people ever and you will for sure find your squad within a much larger squad- period.

What are the 2019 dates for your clinics and how can ladies sign up?

So my dates so far are;

  • 30th March- Flat Track Intro

  • 5th April- Total Beginner

  • 19th April- Flat Track Intro

  • 10th May- Flat Track Intro

With some 1:1’s and private hires in there, with more dates for Summer yet to be announced!

Our facility is Greenfield Dirt Track and you can book in online via clicking HERE

https://greenfielddirttrack.bigcartel.com

Photo by George Pickering

Photo by George Pickering

Photo by Braking Point Images

Photo by Braking Point Images

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Kayedeak Photography

Photo by Juan Trulijo Andreas

Photo by Juan Trulijo Andreas

Kacy Martinez Coaching at Babes in the Dirt 5 with Garrahan Off-Road Training

We are thrilled to announce that the National Enduro Cross Champion and AMA Lifetime achievement award recipient , Kacy Martinez will be coaching along side Brian at the Garrahan Off-Road Training classes at Babes Ride Out 5! This woman has been an inspiration to all of us and we are so honored to have her at the event this year! Read on to learn more about her!

“I’m super excited to attend Babes in the Dirt this year along side Brian at Garrahan Offroad Training! Being able to share everything I’ve learned throughout my career with a bunch of women with the same passion of riding is going to be awesome! Looking forward to meeting and hanging out with all the babes! “ -Kacy

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 Started riding at 8 years old going out on the weekends with my dad to our local state parks. We would also do a lot of family camping riding trips with my mom and sister who also ride! Not too long after we realized there was a big race at one of our favorite parks and my dad signed me up but quickly realized on the sheet there wasn’t a girls class. While on the line waiting for the start he went down and counted all the pony tails after the race he went up to the promoters and told them there were more than three girls out there and they deserve there own class. The next race we showed up to there was now a girls class on the sign up sheet! We then started following our local District 38 Hare Scramble series and from there we were hooked! I moved up quick in all the female classes and started Racing national level races in 2006. I was at the first women’s Pro offroad race in 2008 that WORCS started and from there I was all in. My life revolved around Racing and I put everything I had Into it! My parents being super supportive drove me to races all over and was still there at the end of my career always cheering me on! Riding for Factory KTM has been a dream come true, there support has been top notch since I signed in 2014! I’m  very excited and grateful to be able to keep my partnership with them by being a KTM Ambassador! 

 

Championships

  • 2007

  • National Hare Scramble Champion

  • 2008

  • National Hare Scramble Champion

  • 2009

  • National Hare Scramble Champion

  • WORCS Champion

  • AMA Female Racer of the Year

  • 2010

  • WORCS Champion

  • 2011

  • WORCS Champion

  • X Games Enduro X Bronze Medalist

  • 2014 

  • GNCC Champion

  • X Games Enduro X Gold Medalist

  • 2015 

  • GNCC Champion

  • X Games Bronze Medalist

  • AMA Female Racer of the year

  • 2016 

  • National Enduro Champion

  • 2017

  • National Hare & Hound Champion

  • ISDE Gold Medalist

   •   ISDE USA Womens Trophy Silver       

        Medalist

   •   2018

   •   Red Bull Rocks & Logs 

        Winner

   •   National Endurocross Champion 

   •   Big 6 Champion 

   •   AMA Life Time Achievement Award

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