B4T9′er, Sue Fish (a.k.a Flying Fish), was an honored guest at the 40th anniversary of women’s motocross. Sue is a former women’s World Motocross Champion, 2X National Champ & Superbowl of Motorcross champion & a huge supporter/member of B4T9. Sue talked about her career in women’s racing, competition against men & being a pioneer of motocross. We’re proud of our Flying Fish.
B4T9 raises over $3,000 in the Tour de Cure, Santa Barbara. We were the #1 fundraiser for a corporate team.
First race weekend of the season complete! The Poor College Kids Road Race 3/4 field had 5 B4T9ers toeing the line—congrats to Kelly McLaughlin, Diana Aguirre, Nicole Sweetland, Anne Chen, and Liz Hawes! PCK is always an exciting race—short and sweet, with lots of people shaking the cobwebs out of their road racing legs.
Sunday at Mothballs began early for Kelly McLaughlin & Felicia Fish in the Cat 4s—the race started at 7:35 am! Major kudos are also in order for student B4T9 member Felicia, who gave a solid effort at her first-ever criterium. Way to represent B4T9! Anne Chen was unfortunately sidelined due to a crash in the road race, so she took over announcing duties with her usual grace, and […]
It’s official–there is no rest for the wickedly fast! As soon as Kelly McLaughlin finished the Manhattan Beach Grand Prix on Sunday, she jumped in her car and headed home to prepare for a 10-mile time trial through the streets of Goleta.
Kelly and teamie Anne Chen rocked everybody’s socks, finishing 1 and 2 in the women’s field. Each of them also won their respective age groups–and beat a lot of the boys to boot!
Anne set a personal record just one year after her hip replacement, and both girls brought home some serious hardware. Way to show off the pink, ladies. You inspire people every day. Pedal on!
B4T9 headed south last weekend to race the famous Manhattan Beach criterium, courtesy of the Southbay Wheelmen. It’s a fun race, well-organized, and with lots of cool premes.
Nicole, Kelly, and Lori toed the line with the Cat 3/4 women at 9 a.m. and gave the fast, technical course a good going-over. There are a couple risers and a nice sweeping downhill sandwiched between a pair of U-turns. There had been a lot of crashes that morning, but our girls finished strong with the pack, rubber down, shiny side up, and nobody flatted or had a serious mechanical.
Amy showed up sporting her brand new Cat 2 upgrade, and raced the women’s Pro/1/2 race. She toed the line with pros Erica Allar, Samantha […]