KAWASAKI PUBLIC RELATIONS SHOP COORDINATOR
STARTING POINT: “When I was younger, I gave tours through the native forestry of New Zealand on ATVs. I came to the U.S.A. to race the WMA Nationals and worked at a motorcycle shop in Colorado. When I moved to California, I was racing Kawasakis, and our relationship stemmed from there.
THE JOB: “I work part time for the Kawasaki PR department, but it’s been so busy that I’m pretty much full time. My job can range from washing test bikes to picking up and delivering bikes to magazines to breaking-in bikes before they are tested. (When I break-in bikes, I get to ride all day, which I can’t complain about.) I got my motorcycle license recently, which opened up the chance to break-in street bikes at the track. If I could afford it, I’d race street bikes. It’s easier on the body, but a lot more expensive than motocross.”