American Honda has re-signed two-time WMA Women’s Motocross Champion and two-time X Games Gold Medal winner Ashley Fiolek to the 2011 American Honda Racing MX team.
After a successful amateur-racing career that saw Fiolek win 13 amateur national titles and more than 100 races, Ashley made her full-season professional racing debut in 2008, winning the AMA WMA Women’s Motocross Championship in her first attempt and garnering mainstream and enthusiast media coverage.
Fiolek followed up that success with much more: joining the American Honda Racing Team in 2009, she secured the WMA Championship for the second year in a row and also earned a gold medal in the highly popular X Games competition.
After finishing 2010 as runner-up in the WMA series and collecting X Games gold once again, this year she will vie for another WMA title and compete in the 2011 X-Games competition plus other select events.
In addition, Fiolek recently penned "Kicking Up Dirt," a book documenting her efforts to overcome her deafness and become a champion in the demanding sport of Motocross.
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