Years active 2000-active
|Name Vicki Golden|
|Born July 28, 1992 (age 23)San Diego, California (1992-07-28) |
Nominations Best Female Action Sports Athlete ESPY Award
Vicki golden tests the 2015 rm z450
Vicki Golden (born July 28, 1992 in San Diego, California) is a professional Freestyle Motocross rider and the first female team member of Metal mulisha, Since beginning her career in 2000 Golden has won three consecutive gold medals in Women's Moto X Racing at the X Games. She is also the first women to compete in a freestyle Moto X competition, earning the bronze medal in the best whip category. She currently rides a Suzuki 450/250 bike.
- Vicki golden tests the 2015 rm z450
- Gopro vicki golden 250sx east west shootout 2015 monster energy supercross from las vegas
- Early career
- Career Highlights
Gopro vicki golden 250sx east west shootout 2015 monster energy supercross from las vegas
Vicki Golden began racing at the age of seven after seeing her brother and father racing. Golden had to race with the boys because there wasn’t enough girls to create a separate race class. Golden’s career took off at age 16 when raced the AMA Loretta Lynn’s amateur Championship in Tennessee where she won the Women’s Amateur National Champion title. In the same year she also earned her AMA/WMX Pro License.
2008 - Loretta Lynn’s AMA Women’s Amateur Champion
2009 - TransWorld Motocross Magazine’s Female Motocross Rookie of the Year
2011 - Won the gold medal in the Women’s Moto X Racing in the Summer X Games
2011 - First Female to break top 10 in AMA Arena Cross Lites Main
2011 - First female to qualify for AMA Arena Cross Premier class night show
2012 - Won her second gold medal in the Women’s Moto X Racing in the Summer X Games
2012 - Third consecutive gold medal in the Women’s Moto X Racing in the Summer X Games won bronze for Moto X Best Whip
2014 - First woman to complete Ricky Carmichael's Road to Supercross
2014 - Nominated for an ESPY Award in 2014 for Best Female Action Sports Athlete
2015 - First woman in Monster Energy AMA Supercross, an FIM World Championship, to qualify for the “Fast 40″ – the riders that transition to the night program from time qualifying – which she did for the 2015 finale.