What happens when an American farm girl on an American Superbike takes on the Chinese Pan Delta Superbike Series and lands on the Zhuhai podium in front of 70,000 people? This is Shelina Moreda’s words of a race less ordinary. Read Full Article
Congrats to Shelina Moreda who placed 20th out of a 30 rider starting grid in her first race during AMA XR1200 series, Indy, Saturday 26 August. Fantastic to see her do so well while dealing with the pressures of representing so many firsts! Not only is she the first female to race in the XR1200 series, but Shelina Moreda […]
Motorcycle Startup Channel. A new television series that shares unscripted stories of riders and racers, their journey from the dirt, to the track, to the podium. Shelina is the host for the second season of the show. Learn more about Motorcycle Startup on their social media pages. Girlz MotoCamps – Motorcycle StartupGirlz MotoCamps segment […]
When we got the invite from Yamaha to ride the SCR950, we thought it would be a fun opportunity to have a Pro racer test out one of their machines. We were lucky enough to catch Shelina Moreda (#93) in between races and get her on board for the ride. For those who don’t know […]
The American Duo made the first all-female race team at the Suzuka 4-Hour, and campaigned a Honda CBR600RR with the Synergy Force Moriwaki Club team. We hope that you will enjoy the unique perspective that Shelina will be sharing with us. -JB Read Full Article.
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Shelina gives her thoughts on Pan Delta Series, AMA, Superbike, and sliding!
Splitlath Motorsport, the factory racing team of EBR Motorcycles, has exciting news for the huge and highly competitive Chinese Pan Delta series. Having won nearly every round in the series in 2015, and the first two races of 2016, they are taking a dramatic new step. Shelina Moreda, the charismatic female Californian rider, has joined […]
Shelina Moreda qualified 12th, and when the green flag dropped for the first race on Saturday, she was able to get a strong start that put her in 8th in turn 1. Shelina kept getting quicker, passing more riders experienced on the track, and avoiding a crash and at the checkered flag, the stunned crowd saw […]