Primary riding discipline: Dirt jumping and Freeride
Hometown: Powell Butte, Oregon
1) Favorite part about being a Title athlete?
Since day one Title has shown they care about me and my riding, and just want to see me succeed. I really like riding for a company that is rider owned and designed. The parts are so well thought out and clean even if I didn’t ride for Title, I would still put the components on my bikes.
2) Most memorable riding moment?
My most memorable riding moment was at Freeride Fiesta. It was such an amazing experience riding jumps that big with other female athletes and everyone had such good vibes!
3) Bucket list riding locations?
Any of Brett or Brandon’s jump zones I see in those sick edits!
4) What are your hobbies and interests outside of riding?
Some of my main hobbies this year consisted of snowboarding, hanging out with my dog Albert and knitting. I also love plants and having a garden space to grow my own food.
5) Who is someone that inspires you and why?
A year after I bought my bike, I found myself at Black Sage/Proving grounds in Prineville, 2019. I was still new to the mountain biking world. I remember watching Casey Brown the only female riding the fest jumps and I remember thinking, I want to ride those jumps! Thanks Casey, for showing me what is capable on a bike in those moments I really had no idea. It truly was inspirational.
6) If you weren’t a professional rider, what would your career be?
I swear my mind changes on the daily haha, but I am currently in the massage therapy program, and I have thoughts of becoming a physical therapist. I just want to feel like a can help make a positive impact on individual lives.
7) What was your first mountain bike?
My first mountain bike was a 2018 Trek Slash. I maxed out my credit card that day and never regretted it.