She may be among the youngest competitors in Build. Train. Race. but Zaria Martens brings well over a decade of racing experience with her. From four years old, Zaria was racing dirt bikes, then at 7 years old transitioned from motocross to flat track racing, which she primarily races today. The 18-year-old from Fond Du Lac, Wisconsin is a heavy hitter in the AMA District 16 flat track series, as well as the Steve Nace All Star Series. Look for her to make waves in BTR Flat Track through the mentorship not only from the Royal Enfield program, but through several professional racer friends.

“I dream of one day competing professionally, like my role model, the late Charlotte Kainz, #35L,” said Zaria.

Outside of racing, Zaria’s second passion is inspiring youth riders in the racing community. “I enjoy taking time to talk with them, encouraging them and mentoring them,” said Zaria. When you see Zaria at the track, it’s almost guaranteed that you will see the younger generation of riders nearby.

“I’m really looking forward to the training opportunities with BTR, and also the opportunity to connect with more aspiring racers and encourage them to get out there and chase their goals.”

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You can follow her adventures, on Instagram.