SERA Williamson is extremely willing for the first Girls Only Track Day in 2016 at the State Motorcycle Sports Complex at Broadford on Saturday, January 30.
The ardent GOTD participant is thrilled at being able to be a part of a day that truly supports females and their journeys through motorcycle sport. “Being surrounded by likeminded people and meeting new female riders, who have since become close friends, is amazing.
“It’s also really thrilling to be able to go over 200 kilometres an hour down the straight at Broadford!” Sera exclaimed.
Sera believes the GOTDs is a great way for riders of all skill levels to get involved. “It doesn’t matter if you have a Ninja 250cc, are on your L-plates, on a Harley-Davidson or have only ridden on the road in straight lines!
“This is the best place to learn everything about your bike and be surrounded by people who will help guide you through the process,” Sera said.
She’d like to also encourage new, aspiring participants to take part in any or all four of the Girls Only Track Days at Broadford this year. “Don’t be scared to go out on the track!
“You’re really encouraged to take your time until you get a feel for the corners, and the speed, which will come with practice. It is the safest place to learn new skills,” Sera added.
You can follow her progress throughout the year via her official Instagram page: @serawilliamson or Twitter: #ridepicsmelbourne.
GOTDs will take place on the following dates: January 30, March 12, May 21, and October 1.
Motorcycling Victoria’s Committees & Inclusion Manager Ms Peta Thomas is really excited to be able to offer four instalments of the Girls Only Track Days this year.
“The GOTDs were successively popular last year so demand called for a fourth day! We’re really pleased that we’re able to offer women the chance to improve their motorcycle skills continually throughout the year,” Peta said.
You can still enter the first Girls Only Track Day on January 30 at Broadford’s State Motorcycle Sports Complex here: http://bit.ly/1d7kgVb