We are thrilled to welcome the ladies of Triumph Motorcycles to Babes Ride Out 6! On site they will be showing off their 2019 street line up, answering all your questions, hosting the MOTO GAMES (sign up by clicking HERE), and operating the BABES RIDE OUT 6 mobile post office! Bring your roladex full of addresses so you can send them a FREE postcard from Babes Ride Out 6. Meet Triumph’s best Teri and Emily below and make sure to welcome them both to their first Babes Ride Out events!
I jokingly say that I crashed my way into the motorcycle industry; after nine years as a Marine, my military career was cut short due to some injuries sustained at Willow Springs International Raceway while testing tires on my Yamaha R6. Since that time, I have been fortunate to assist in the growth and development of brands such as Icon Motorsports, ScorpionEXO, Leatt Protectives and now, Triumph Motorcycles. I have ridden countless hours in the deserts of California and blew up more than one motor at full speed heading back to camp. I raced 600cc motorcycles nationally, winning a Super Sport championship in 2009. That same year I fell in love with a superbike racer and followed him all the way to Georgia from southern California. In 2010 we got married and decided to make the next moto super human (she’s still in training); our daughter, Petra, will be six next month.
Lately, I have found myself longing for adventure rides that will take me to quiet overlooks or a cascading waterfall. We have a garage full of motorcycles and truthfully, I don’t care what bike I ride; I am simply grateful for all the incredible things that two-wheels have brought tom my life. I am dedicated to growing motorcycle awareness and I feel compelled to get kids on bikes to build the future of our industry.
Some of my fondest memories growing up were going to dirt bike races with my dad, and there was no challenge I wasn’t ready to meet when it came to pounding adrenaline. I race obstacle courses, have competed in downhill mountain bike racing, rock climb, white water kayak, and even photographed brides on their wedding day for 12 years and survived (that's probably my biggest feat!). I got my motorcycle license when I turned 18 and never fell in love with a bike until I was at a track day and saw a 2010 Triumph Speed Triple. I was in love! Little did I know that through a series of unfortunate events I’d end up working in their marketing department. I have a Street triple that has given me so many smiles per mile, on and off the track, and have had such an amazing crazy ride. The motorcycle industry has become a second home for this gearhead, and I can’t wait to see where the road ahead takes me. But for now, I’m SO stoked for my first year at babes Ride Out!