Yamaha R6, Suzuki GSXR 600,
on the road and track.
Carol T. Carpenter, aka “White Tiger” #72, is the founder of MotoVixens, LLC and www.MotoVixens.com, a website dedicated not only to women riders, but those who love the sport of motorcycling. MotoVixens.com provides information and resources to riders in the Pacific Northwest and offers private instruction on the street and on the track. Carol races with WMRRA #72, works as a track instructor for Optimum Performance Rider Training and is a private street instructor with Washington Motorcycle Safety Training. Due to the demand for women track days, MotoVixens hosted their first Women’s Event and track day at The Ridge Motorsports Park in Shelton, WA with Ken Hill coaching and Elena Myers assisting and riding. Stay tuned for many more to come, maybe even soon at a track close to you.
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 it is due to the lack of education or skills of the rider sitting on that bike that tends to be the culprit.”
When she isn’t motorcycling you can find Carol running, doing yoga, shooting, hiking, skiing, cycling, traveling, cooking, baking and spending time with friends and family.