Pioneering female motocross racer, Sue Fish,
3-Time Women's National Motocross Champion and a World Champion, was inducted into the AMA Hall of Fame
during the 2012 AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony, presented by
KTM, in Las Vegas, NV on November 16, 2012. In 2014, the FIM honored her
as a "Legend" in the sport at their annual Gala in Spain.
Sue Fish was a role model for several well-known women
races like Dorene Payne and Mercedes Gonzalez. She definitely pushed the
sport to the limit, competing against her male counterparts and beating
them. Professional women's motocross came 30 years to late for Fish.
Sue was also one of the very few women to hold an AMA
Men's Pro Racing License and competed against the men.
Some of her titles include:
Women's National Champion 1976 &
Women's World Champion 1977
Superbowl of MX Women's Champion 1975 & 1984
Factory Hodaka Rider 1974
Factory Yamaha Rider via Crown Cycle 1976-1985
AMA 125cc National Pro License 1978
Subaru Motorcycle Olympiad Participant
Evel Knievel Stunt Tour 1979
NBC Survival of the Fittest competitor
Silver medallist Vail World Championships
Downhill MTB Racing
600 Supersport & Modified Production Road Racing
2014 FIM Gala Ceremony Highlights
Sue Fish is installed as an
"FIM Woman's Legend"
and is the presenter of the awards for the Motocross
(Should skip to 31:47 to see Sue Fish get her award)
"Click below to view 2012 AMA Hall of Fame induction"