Looks like I finally made it happen! I'm so pumped on finishing 2-2 today after starting the year off on the wrong foot. I rode better than I ever did and I ended my trip on an amazing note ✌️A big thanks to everyone who cheered me on today, it definitely helped! 😋
During the week at the MiniO’s, She had planned to race her last ever 16 years old and under Schoolboy 2 race during the week but ended up re-injuring her shoulder in the first qualifier and had to sit out and concentrate on the upcoming WMX race . Her goal was to finish 4th in at least one of the races so she could secure her fifth place overall in the championship. Unfortunately, her shoulder didn’t quite hold up and she had to pace herself in both races to be able make it to the checkered flag.
‘’I just couldn’t hold on to the handlebar after the 3rd lap’’ Eve said after the last race of the season. She was able to score a 5th place finish in each of the 2 motos for a 5th overall for the day and ended up 6th in the championship.
All of this wouldn’t be possible with the support of her great group of partners
‘’I got to realized how expensive and demanding a season like 2016 is and that my family wouldn’t be able to help me make it to this level, even with all the sacrifice in the world, without the awesome people supporting me.
First and foremost, the people at Motovan/MTA and the Black rider program, David’s been awesome with us and made sure we had what we needed to elevate our Program to a multinational adventure. Also the KTM Canada support from JSR and his whole crew, thanks so much. Marco and Kevin at Axxel Suspension, Billy at BoutiqueVR.com, Brian at Dunlop in making sure I was equipped with fresh tires at every major races we attended, Jake at Oakley, Donny at FMF, Jeff at DuroyKTM, Jimmy at JWTF and all the Motovan affiliated sponsors: TCX, ZOX, Torc1, Shot gear, Kutvek, Xtown.ca, Five Gloves, Motul, Bolt hardware, Rockwell, Ogio and more. THANK YOU’’
Eve would also like to welcome a couple of new partners for 2017:
By Sylvain and/or Eve Brodeur