Ashley Fiolek Interview | VIDEO

We caught up with Husqvarna rider Ashley Fiolek to see what she has been up to since retiring from professional racing in 2012.

Recently, Husqvarna hosted a women's ride day for its employees and industry friends at Cahuilla Creek MX near San Diego, California. Our female staffer Lindsey Lovell caught up with Husqvarna rider Ashley Fiolek to see what she has been up to since retiring from professional racing in 2012. During her professional racing career, she was the first female to earn a Factory ride which was well earned as the four-time Women's Pro National Motocross Champion, two-time X Games Gold medalist and before making it pro she had earned multiple national-level championships as an amateur rider. Ashley is an inspiration to many in the deaf community, female motorcyclists, motocross riders, and all of us at Dirt Rider Magazine. If you didn't know, Ashley Fiolek was born deaf and Dirt Rider intern Ashley Jung helped us out with ASL, communication and our voiceover segment of the video.

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