Miki Keller is an active
motocross rider residing in Bend, Oregon. From January
2000 to December 2003, she was the President for the U.S.
Women's Motorcycle League "WML".
In 2004, Keller founded the
Women’s Motocross Association "WMA".
Keller’s major accomplishments while
at the helm of the WML and WMA include:
- Securing women's pro racing
highlights in the
AMA Pro Racing Television program
- Women's pro motos during the AMA
Pro Racing events
in front of 15,000 - 20,000 fans
- Increasing the number of women
racing each year.
- Getting women's motocross coverage
media and in motocross media.
- Creating an event with the largest
women's motocross participation in history – the WMA Cup.
- Developing a partnership with
Girls Learn to Ride™
and Honda Rider Education Centers
females to the sport
(now known as the OP Girls Learn
- Additionally, Keller secured
in the espn X Games.
Keller now does freelance
Marketing and PR for events, companies, teams, and athletes.
She currently is contracted for the X Games, the Women’s
Supercross exhibition in Geneva, Switzerland, and several
athletes including Vicki Golden – the first female to make
the main in AMA Pro Arenacross.
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