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Nominations 4 Woman of the Year

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Dawn

Re: Nominations 4 Woman of the Year
« Reply #24 on: February 05, 2005, 04:53:19 pm »
Thanks everyone, it's an honor just to be mentioned.

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MZGirl

Re: Nominations 4 Woman of the Year
« Reply #25 on: February 05, 2005, 04:58:03 pm »
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How about Bonnie from STT?


I 2nd that nomination!

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This award is to honor a female within the sport who has had positive and lasting impact on the sport.  


1)  She's the owner of Sportbike Track Time, one of the most popular track day organizations throughout the country.

2)  She's the event organizer of Femmoto.  The 2005 Femmoto event will be the 4th national all-women's track day event.  I attended last year's event as a guest instructor, and the impact this event has on women riders is extrordinary.  Women from all backgrounds and riding levels come together for this event, and the chance to demo different bikes from different manufacturers (which some ladies might not otherwise have a chance to do) is a big plus.  Women get to speak directly to several manufacturer reps at this event to tell them exactly what they like/don't like in a bike from a woman's point of view.  Femmoto is growing each and every year because it is a fun, enjoyable, and well-organized event.

My vote is for Bonnie Strawser!   :)
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Re: Nominations 4 Woman of the Year
« Reply #26 on: February 06, 2005, 01:36:58 am »
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Or there is always your favorite person Karya.

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Now Brandon....  Don't go turning this into a beauty contest! ;)
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