Sturgis Motorcycle Museum Exhibit 2013
Brenda Fox is a spokesperson for women in motorcycling, a Professional Motorcycle Test Rider, journalist, stunt actor and high-profile motorcycle industry veteran. Her early career found Brenda as a fashion model, but as an accomplished horsewoman, she learned how to stunt ride. Later, she transferred those stunt skills to riding motorcycles. She was a sponsored rider in several off road races like the Baja 500 and the Baja 1000.
Brenda is one of the few females in the industry whose opinion, knowledge and expertise allow her to test ride and review some of the most elite motorcycles in the world. Combining athletic ability, a talent to master intimidating machines and a well-rounded background in diverse in “moto miles”ranging from Score Off Road Racing, training with legend Fast Freddie Spencer to serving as the Custom Motorcycle Consultant for Robb Report Magazine, Brenda has spent years applying herself to the two wheeled world.
With well-earned "street cred,” Ms. Fox has been featured on billboards, book covers, TV shows. Films as well as ads and national commercials such as Dodge, Ford and Chevrolet. Often featured in motorcycle publications, she has represented women who ride in mainstream publications as well as lifestyle publications that support women carving their own path.
She held the position of Custom Motorcycle consultant for Robb Report Magazine for the life of the publication and also traveled to Europe where she served as a judge for the World Championship Custom Bike Building competition in Paris.
Having been bed ridden for a solid year with depilating health issues and 5 years of chronic pain and the inner struggle of getting back to life, Brenda has been an inspiration to many motorcyclists who have had diseases and health issues hold them back in life. Brenda created WomenMotorcyclist to support, embrace and inspire all women riders and everyone that supports women and motorcycling. Besides the website and the media ventures, Brenda has a Women Motorcyclists Facebook page that boasts over 283,000 followers.
Sturgis Motorcycle Museum 2013