About

PriceJpegs_0011Sara is a Professional Motocross and Supercross racer who has made her mark by not only making history in her racing endeavors but also in the Motocross Industry by being the first ever factory supported female racer under Monster Energy Kawasaki and a X-Games medalist. Being determined and hard working she is shooting her sights in a new direction as still continuing her racing in motocross but tackling a all new kind of racing as a Off-road race car Driver. Being a young business lady and role model, she is always striving for the best and always giving back to her community. Sara’s strives to stay fabulous as being a Host at special events and on camera as a spokeswomen. With no fear she recently competed in beauty pageants to prove a point that women can be gorgeous and be just as good as the men on the track. Sara has recently ventured into Stunts, striving to break into the film industry as her new goal away from racing.

(2013)

Competed in Miss California USA Beauty Pageant

Crossed over and became a Race Driver of Off-road vehicles (3 podiums so far)

Host and Coresponder for DirtLive Score International

Only Female Rider in the Loma Linda Hospital Big Air Kids Fair Event 5th year in a row

Stunt Women in 2 large scaled commercials (Contact for more info) 

(2012)

Runner up first Beauty pageant entered Miss Teen 2012

Ambassador for Kids Cures Foundation

Held 2nd annual Sara Price Invitational

(2011)

X-Games 4th in Women Super-X

Held 1st annual Sara Price Invitational

Started the Sara Price Racing Academy

(2010)

X-Games Medalist in Women’s Super-X

Made History being the first ever female factory supported under Monster Energy Kawasaki Race team

(2009) 

Awarded MX Sports Rookie of the Year

Finished 4th in the AMA Lucas Oil Women’s Championship

Won first Women’s A Pro race entered (GNC Finals in Texas)

Only Female Rider Featured in Semper Ride Video for the Military 

(2008) 

The most winningest Women as a Amateur Motocross Champion (to date) with 17 amateur national championships

(2007)

Thor Outstanding achievement Rider of the Year award

Champion of Winter Nationals Olympics Women’s SX Championship and Olympian Championship 

(2006) 

Loretta Lynn’s 25th Amateur National Championship