I started riding at the age of 8 in a hayfield at my grandparents farm. The annual fair in my county was having an arenacross race and my dad took me to watch, and from that day on I wanted to race. I started practicing daily to learn the beginning skills needed to compete. Now 11 years later I am still practicing during the week and racing on weekends. I know the time, heart, and determination it takes to reach the level I am at now. I have taken my fair share of injuries, to which I have thought to myself I am done, but the pain subsides and I heal up and resume back to where I left off.
I never lost focus on achieving my goals because of the love I have for motocross.
Getting my Pro License for 2012.
In 2011 I had registered to race at a big event in Harrisburg, Pa. A man I had previously met months earlier at a race found out I was registered to race at this event. He had contacted me about entering the pageant there. I wasn’t sure about entering the pageant only because I had never done anything like that before. I thought about it and decided to give it a try. That weekend not only did I win my races I also won the Ms Motorama pageant. I was the first girl in Pa history that could race a dirtbike and also compete in the pageant. By winning both titles it showed me that I can be both a racer and a model.
I am a competitive motocross racer. I went pro for 2012, and my assigned national number is #53. I am going to compete in as many pro national events as I can. I will put forth my best effort to be the best I can be on and off the track, and represent myself and my sponsors.