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I watched my partner compete in his first race in 2015 and it brought a whole new wave of emotions over me that I’d never experienced before to a point that I had to go out and experience it for myself. So I signed up for my first race season in 2016 and I haven’t looked back since.
It’s the most challenging and rewarding sport in equal measure. It tests me mentally and physically like nothing else and it has taught me great discipline and focus.
Also, there are some very special people in this sport and the racing family is one of a kind.
To quote Nike - Just.Do.It
It’ll be the best time of your life and you’ll meet some life long friends along the way.
I keep my goals at the forefront of everything and this helps me to stay focussed. With adversity comes lessons and growth so whenever it presents itself I try to embrace it, learn from it and move on.
The only time you have is right now.
Challenge yourself, be kind and help others whenever the opportunity arises.
I never ever thought I would be able to race a motorbike, never mind compete at an international level and it all happened within the space of 2 short but very fulfilling years. It would be great to have more women line up on the grid.
When I told my partner Johnny I got picked to represent Australia in the first women’s world championship he didn’t believe me. Then when the organisers booked our flights and I showed him he said he’d believe it when we actually get there. When we landed in Mexico I asked him did he believe it now and he said he’d believe it when I was out on the track racing against 14 other countries. On the flight coming home I said to him surely now you believe it and he said ‘nope, I actually don’t believe all that just happened’. And he was right, it was so surreal and dreamlike. Such an amazing experience.