MotoVixens was founded in 2012 by Carol T. Carpenter and started as a resource website for women riders, a specific group of the riding community where information seemed lacking for those who wanted to improve their skills, confidence and safety. Since its inception, we have become a track event organization that focuses on rider education (men and women) from beginners to racers providing the safest environment (limited riders per session) with elite coaches and instructors. In 2015 we partnered with Jason Pridmore of JP43 Training bringing his expertise to the PNW to coach at our events along with Caroline Olsen and Michael Gilbert, current MotoAmerica racers. MotoVixens is passionate about giving back to our community through events with the military, sponsoring our local race organization WMRRA, sponsoring/promoting our sport to other industries (mixed martial arts aka Fight Night), sponsoring local and national racers.
In 2017 MotoVixens became a sponsor for Caroline Olsen in her racing endeavors with MotoAmerica, she is an inspiration to women riders and is the epitome of strength, courage and outright determination. This year we started sponsoring local racer, Oliver Jervis, racing for Zlock Racing in WMRRA and OMRRA.
Our mission is to provide you with the most beneficial track event you’ve ever experienced, provide valuable insight and a resource to continue learning and improving during your journey to your goals. Most of all, it’s about having fun!
CC Track Events started because apparently a track day named MotoVixens is hard for men to say they are attending or sign up for. How about you guys give kudos to a gal that is trying to advocate and change the image of this sport for the better and say it loud and proud? I mean Jason Pridmore doesn’t have a hard time saying it or putting us on their pages, having our logos associated, wear promotional items with our name emblazoned on it…I’m just saying. We created this name and logo especially for you guys, so you could utter the name CC TrackEvents instead of MotoVixens, although we are essentially the same thing….um, well…we ARE the same thing. Yes, another way a man has created more work for a woman. 🙂 No hard feelings boys, just wanted to let you know there is no difference and we love you guys. 🙂