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Thank you for the great footage and announcing coverage. It does a heart good to see talent on any type of motorcycle. As I read this, it did not say anything that is in reference to gender. I feel talent speaks for itself. No need to point fingers or comment on whether a person is female or male. God creates us all equal. It's what you do with our talent(s) that is our reward alone.

I have been an avid motorcyclist my whole life starting from an age of 8 years old when my dad took me for rides on his Harley and then he built a mini-bike for me. I was hooked and then learned about motocross when I was 12 and saw my first race in Wyoming. I helped my cousin on a 500 Norton after he crashed right in front of us.

Okay, this is not about me, it is about this wonderful young lady who won a pro event with at least 20 other pro's in attendance. She rode like her teacher(s) taught her. The determination to win was evident and I wish her success in her career. I hope she has a great manager to help her get the fame she deserves.

Don Schneider
Billings, MT
Friday, January 24, 2014
Wow! I read the entire article before I watched the video. Even though I knew the outcome, I was still on pins and needles watching the video. Awesome! Seriously awesome and just made my day a whole lot better! Thank youWRN.

Sherri
Litchfield Park, AZ
Thursday, February 9, 2012
The video was inspiring. The winner came from behind more than once. Shayna Texter is this old lady's heroine!

Kathy Hickok
Delray Beach, FL
Wednesday, February 8, 2012
That's freakin' awesome!

Rachael
Lake Forest, CA
Wednesday, February 8, 2012
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