Carol T. Carpenter, aka “White Tiger” #72, is the founder of MotoVixens, LLC, CC Track Events and www.MotoVixens.com, a website dedicated to not only women riders, but those who love the sport of motorcycling. MotoVixens.com provides information and resources to riders in the PNW and offers private instruction on the street and on the track. Carol races with WMRRA #72, instructs on the street and track and is a stuntwoman (CHiPs), precision driver (CHiPs, Fifty Shades Darker), model (Nationwide), actress (Rush Hour-series) and does voice overs (Microsoft apps). While instructing at various trackway companies over the years, the most common complaint was the number of riders on the track per session and the inability to teach them safely around all the traffic. This led to CC TrackEvents/MotoVixens, our focus is limited riders per session for the safest and most productive environment for teaching and learning. Our staff consists of elite riders many racers or ex-racers who can also instruct any level of rider from beginner to expert. We cater to those who want more out their track day besides ripping around the track, we focus on the basic fundamentals which builds confidence and speed naturally follows with comfort. Jason Pridmore comes up once a year for a special two day event where people in the PNW get the opportunity to meet, learn and ride with a riding coach of his caliber and credentials. JP runs Star Motorcycle School in LA, announces with beIN sports for races and coaches riders privately all over the world.
Carol has made it her mission to address the lack of education most riders face. She wants to help inform and educate riders on how to become better, safer, confident and focused on the road and track. “Motorcycling is my passion and it is my mission to help others in developing skills to make them lifelong riders. There is a misconception that motorcycles are dangerous, it is however more accurate to say that the lack of education and skills is the danger.” The gun isn’t dangerous, it’s the person holding the gun that is.