Stephanie Pietz of Mesa, Arizona, has just about done it all on a motorcycle. “Dunes, hills, tracks, desert, all of it!” she exclaimed. From hitting big ramps to racing national championship flat track events against the men, Stephanie has made a name for herself on two wheels. The 35-year-old is ready to take her hooligan experience to the American Flat Track scene with the Build. Train. Race. program this season for a whole new challenge.
“The BTR program is so appealing to me because it’s all women and I just love that sense of camaraderie among all the women involved,” said Stephanie. “I’m used to lining up next to guys whose bikes are falling apart or who are just loose cannons! I love how Build. Train. Race. keeps it professional and still fun. I’m so excited to see what this year holds for me in the program.”
When Stephanie is not twisting a throttle, find her working as a parts assembler, or modeling or even bartending at events. “I’m always on my hustle to afford my motorcycle hobbies!” she said with a laugh.