As a lifelong motocross racer, I have dedicated myself to high involvement in riding and racing from a young age. Through perseverance, training, and consistent riding time, I’ve found success at not only a local level, but also at the state and national levels. As a recent graduate (May 2019) of the University of Wisconsin - La Crosse with a B.S. in Biology: Biomedical Science Concentration, I have decided to utilize this unique time to pursue my racing dreams!
In 2017, I was introduced to the growing sport of snow biking, which instantly became a passion of mine. Last winter I competed in the Pro Snow Bike class of the Amsoil Championship Snocross series at the National level, where I finished 9th overall against the professional men. As the only woman to compete in this class, I found it necessary to create a community for women in the sport of snow biking. This prompted me to develop and maintain the Snow Bike Girls page on Facebook and Instagram and organize the 2019 Timbersled Women’s Ride Day at ERX Motor Park in Elk River, MN.
Last summer, I had the opportunity to race professional motocross in the Rockstar Energy Triple Crown WMXE series. I spent 7 weeks living out of my van racing dirt bikes! This winter, I will continue to compete at the pro level in the Amsoil Championship Snocross series, as well as the Snow BikeCross series. Motorsports are my true passion, and I am honored to continue bringing visibility and awareness to the sports I love, the women within them, and the sponsors that help me achieve my goals.
As the founder of Snow Bike Girls, I have invested myself in the inclusion and success of women in the snow bike community. Over the past 18 months, we have grown to 1,128 Facebook followers and 1,230 Instagram followers. I personally have 4,392 Facebook followers and 3,229 Instagram followers. My long-term goal is to bring quality visibility to the snow biking community and my personal sponsors.