Having raced all kinds of motorcycles all over the world, and with more “first-woman” titles imaginable, you could say Shelina Moreda is a big-time motorcycle racer. And according to Webster’s Dictionary, you would be right. But if you ask Moreda, her racing rewards are bigger than any podium or trophy, bigger than live TV interviews […]
Motorcycling, rather unfairly, has long been considered a man’s sport. Maybe it’s because of the egos involved, or simply the result of society clinging to an outdated view of gender roles. Read full article.
Pit Lane gets up close and personal with one of MotoAmerica’s leading female competitors, Shelina Moreda. Watch the TV segment here.
In the midst of feeding calves, milking cows, and vaccinations, a racer was created. Shelina Moreda is a fifth-generation dairy farmer from Petaluma with a passion for professional motorcycle racing. No goal is too out of reach for Shelina and her unstoppable determination has made history. Read full article
Not many people can boast reaching a speed of 186 mph on two wheels, or being the first woman to race a motorcycle on the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, or representing the U.S. on an international racing team in Qatar. But Shelina Moreda isn’t like many people: She’s a farmer’s daughter who adeptly moves between life working on the family’s Moreda Valley Dairy in Sonoma County and her global career as a professional motorcycle racer
Professional motorcycle racing is generally a male-dominated career, but Shelina Moreda has prevailed as an accomplished racer and entrepreneur within the sport. Watch Wall Street Journal’s Billy Higgins interview Shelina Moreda. You can also watch the video, with full transcript, on the Wall Street Journal
Shelina Moreda will be quite busy over the next several weeks competing not only in multiple disciplines and series but also both in and outside of the USA. In order to get warmed up for the high banks of Daytona, she is competing in the Steve Nace All-Star and the AMA Daytona Bike Week Hole […]