Motocross racer who became the first female to win a championship in short-course racing in 2011. In 2013, she raced in both the SR1 class and the Pro 4 class. In 2014, she won a 4th SR1 championship before taking the next year to chase 3 separate SR1 Championships while taking a break from Pro 4.
She started racing in 2001 when she was 29 years old. At that time, she was working at an automotive dealership as a warranty administrator. She started racing short-course in 2008 in the UTV class, and moved up quickly to Pro UTV.
She quit her day job in 2012 to race full-time and would move up to the ultra competitive, very rough and fast Pro 4 class, earning a podium spot several times in her rookie year. She became the first female to podium in her rookie year and also win the Rookie of the Year award for Pro 4.
She races against her husband sometimes. They have two kids together who either attend the races or watch them on TV.
She and Ashley Fiolek set new standards for women in the sport of motorcycle racing.