One of the best and brightest female motorcycle racers is none other than Leslie Porterfield, who also holds the distinction of being a multiple record holder for land speed racing. She’s also been officially entered into the Guinness Book of World Records for achieving the fastest conventional motorcycle speed ever recorded by a woman. In addition to being a motorcycle racer, Porterfield is also a businesswoman.
She owns High Five Cycles, which is a dealership that specializes in used motorcycles that is located in Dallas, Texas. She was also the star of a show on the Discovery Channel.
Elena Myers has had a number of notable distinctions throughout her career, including the fact that it started when she was only 16 years old. At that tender young age, she became the first woman to win an AMA Pro Racing race as a professional motorcycle racer. Her notable race came in May of 2010 in California at a AMA Pro Racing event at the Infineon Raceway. Though Myers professional career began when she was 16, her amateur career started even earlier. She began pocket bike racing at the age of eight after her parents encouraged her to do so. Later, she moved onto mini bikes and then supermoto by the age of 11. Even from an early age she had a wide variety of different sponsorship deals, including one from a modeling agency called Umbrella Girls USA.
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