Becky Goebel is a Canadian who recently moved down to Long Beach California to pursue her dreams of riding motorcycles all year round. Her freelance workings primarily revolve around motorcycles: writing for motorcycle magazines, hosting events for women riders and managing her brand that makes clothing for women who ride. She comes from a motorcycle family and has lots of experience on bikes but her experience is in the big street bike/chopper department and she has no experience with racing or off-road riding of any kind.
When Becky was contacted for the BTR program, she was scared as all hell but super excited! Her primary goal was to become a better rider, meet other cool people in a new part of the industry, and push herself to try something new. But first, learn what Road Racing is all about.
Along with motorcycles, you can catch Becky on Instagram surfing, skateboarding, going on crazy long solo motorcycle trips, and being a goof ball with her friends on a regular basis. You may also have seen her on the last season of RIDE with Norman Reedus ripping around Uruguay! Becky’s super excited to bring her style and personality into the program and gain knowledge from the other participants and mentors to become a better rider, racer, and person in general!
When asked why Becky was keen on being part of the BTR program she responded
“I don’t know what the heck I just got myself into but I am excited! I closely watched last years Royal Enfield Build. Train. Race. Program and thought it was an awesome idea to get women on bikes in these race realms and now I’m going to do it as well! I have absolute NO experience with racing or even off-road motorcycling in any regards so I am seeing this as an opportunity to progress my riding and meet new badass women who are willing to get out there and try something new – that’s what life is all about!”
You can follow her adventures, on Instagram.