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My interest in supporting riders started when I got my learners to permit, nearly 10 years ago. I had a go at a Womens Only Ride Day and offered to help in any way I could. I got my coaches and officials licence and have been volunteering since 2014.
I worked in retail in the motorcycling industry before becoming an accredited Trainer and Assessor for HART. I love my work, training new riders and welcoming so many new riders to Victorian roads.
Encouraging ladies to have a go on the track and develop their skills is always a pleasure.
Racing is a way for riders to really grow and develop their skills in a way that simply can't be done on the road. The camaraderie in the pits is amazing and riders support each other like family. It's a lovely welcoming environment.
Definitely come to the track. At least come along to check it out, meet some regulars and hang out. And when you're ready, come along to try riding the track. You'll get bitten by the bug!
Support from family and friends is crucial in adversity. Keeping positive, sticking with a plan to take forward steps no matter how small.
Keep looking where you want to go. Just like in riding.
I'd like women in motorsport to be commonplace. Women rider numbers are growing, and hopefully that leads to an increase of women competing.