|Team||Liv Racing Collective|
|Birth date||February 6, 1998|
|Location||San Diego, CA, USA|
|Birthplace||Los Angeles, CA, USA|
|Specialty||Pumptrack, Dual Slalom, Downhill, Enduro|
- Making it to the round of 8 my first Crankworx Whistler dual slalom
- Being the only women to compete in the high jump competition in 2017 at Crafts and Cranks
- Taking 3rd at 2019 Crafts and Cranks dual slalom in a stacked field
|What is your favorite Liv bike?|
|How did you get into cycling?|
My dad introduced dirt bikes pretty early on, and when my brother Cody branched off to bmx and mountain biking, I followed. Don't tell him, but I owe Cody a lot more credit than he's given. He's been my mechanic, coach, photographer, and more all these years.
|I am committed to...||being the best me that I can be!|
|What piece of advice would you give your 13-year-old self?||Sometimes you have to do something you don't want to do for a little bit so that you don't have to do something you don't want to do for a long bit.|
|Why do you ride?|
Nothing brings happiness quite like riding does.
|Who inspires you?|
Is it bad to say myself? I look back and am amazed at what I've accomplished and it inspires me to do even more!
|What's your secret talent?|
I can ride a unicycle, off a curb and everything! It was like a rite of passage growing up in our house.
|What is one thing you learned about yourself in 2020?|
To let go a little. I learned to control the things I can, and to let go of the things I couldn't.