Roll back to late 2008. I’d spent the last 2 years training and travelling to perform the best I could on the GB BMX Team as a full time athlete. I raced in the early days of women’s Supercross racing on the 8m Olympic size start hills and made it to the top 16 in the World. I was privileged to have had the opportunity to do this and glad I gave it my best shot, but it was time to move on. Racing like this had taken the soul out of it for me, the reason I’d raced BMX since I was tiny had escaped me for the first time ever. So I spent the next 3 years digging and riding trails, or just jumping about at the track, finding the love I’d lost.
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