WMN Racing is a Women’s Motocross organization, dedicated to enhancing the opportunities for women by promoting Women’s MX events, with increased participation, promoting safety and offering multiple skill separated classes which encourage growth and participation. As a supporting partner, WSMX provides riding tips at all WMN Events free of charge.
WMN Racing Events are host to Pro, Amateur, Mini and Vet classes while boasting a virtual Who’s Who of Women’s Racing, both Nationally and Internationally including Motocross Pioneers, WMX Champions, Loretta Champions, X Games, World and National Champions. WMN Racing Events pull Women riders from a variety of disciplines including Motocross, Off-Road, Trials, Desert, Flat Track, Speedway, Cross Country and Enduro X
WMN Racing was Founded in 2008 and since that first event in May, during the Perris Hot Summer Nights Series we have continued to grow for 15 consecutive seasons! When Perris partnered with WMN Racing offering multiple classes, the turnout was raised from 5 to 60 girls! At a single race we had 30 Women compete, which to date is still one of the largest turnouts of Women for a local motocross race in several years. We provided Women Pro payback, which had not occurred at a local race in over 10 years. Over a 7-month span in our first season we had over 200 women race with us representing 30 states and attracted competitors from around the world. We were also featured on television, radio, magazines and newspapers. In 2008 WMN Racing Founder Heather Majcherek was nominated to be inducted into the Motorcycle Hall of Fame*.
In 2009 I partnered with Glen Helen Raceway at the AMA Nationals during their Amateur day program and drew 45 women competitors. We added a history wall included on our website, so people can know what women have accomplished before them, dating back with well over 30 years of history. In 2010 we promoted the Women during the Western Indoor Motocross Nationals in Utah, which paid an $11,000.00 Women’s Pro purse, which was a televised event. We continue to have consistent turnouts from across the Nation, their ages ranging from 4 to 70! We have expanded our classes to include women motocross legends. This allows today’s women to meet and race with their heroes and gives us a chance to thank them, race with them, and they in turn support and mentor today’s riders. We also hosted the 1st WMN Racing Women’s Ride Weekend, at Rynoland with over 150 riders in attendance. We have over 7,000 photos and videos contained on our website of women’s racing making this is the largest collection of women racing history media. We added a forum board to the website and a store. In 2011-2013 we picked up the USGP, held the Women’s Motocross International and doubled our mailing list. I hosted Women's Motocross Radio weekly, as well as being contributor to Supercross.com. Nearly 300 women raced with us including riders from Germany and Canada. For 2 of those years we sponsored a team of 5 WMX racers for the AMA Outdoor Nationals. From 2014-2018 we continued promoting local Women’s races across the USA and the Women’s Motocross international. WMN Racing was contacted in 2018 by POWR- The Professional Organization of Women Racing to act as a liaison for the Amateur and Pro riders during their Pro Shootout in North Carolina, which boasted the Largest Women’s Pro Purse and Bonus ever paid to Women Pros $15,000. WMN Racing was a key component to their success as evidenced by the turnout and great rider response to our combined programs. In 2019 Feld Entertainment contacted WMN Racing in January, requesting our assistance to grow the Women’s program in the SXF (Supercross Futures) program. Within a few short weeks of our involvement they received a significant boost to their ridership. We continue to promote the Women's Motocross International as our Premier event and experience continued growth and support from the women and Industry.
The Motorcycle Hall of Fame
The Motorcycle Hall of Fame recognizes those who have made significant contributions to American motorcycling, including those who have excelled in motorcycle business, history, design and engineering, in addition to those known for their contributions to road riding, off-road riding and all categories of motorcycle racing.
Inductees are elected into the Motorcycle Hall of Fame by the Induction Committee, which consists of living Motorcycle Hall of Famers and independent volunteers who are experts in their given disciplines