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Donna Fox Trials Clinic at the AMA/NATC National in Nebraska

 

 Donna Fox Trials Clinic at the  AMA/NATC National in Nebraska

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Nebraska City, NE:  There will be extra excitement at the Nationals in the Women’s Pro class in the season opener as the class roster grows by one overseas competitor.  Women’s trials is a small community, and most of the American riders are used to competing against each other, but this year, a new face is coming to challenge 2018 champion Maddie Hoover and second place Kylee Sweeten.  Donna Fox, who both Americans have competed against at the Trials des Nations and other world championship events in the past, will be over for the Super Trial event in Texas the week before, and is looking forward to staying to compete in her first ever US national. 

The week in between Texas and Nebraska will be spent with a bit of sight seeing (Donna is looking forward to seeing the Gas Monkey Garage!), and with hosting trials clinics on Thursday the 23rd and Friday the 24th in Nebraska at the site of the national event.  Donna leads clinics at home in England, and really enjoys it… “I find it funny how everyone is so tense to start with; by the end they are all smiling and giving me as much “stick” as I give them”.  As well as a hard time, riders can expect to cover trials basics, and topics that specifically interest them.  The groups will be kept to 6 riders each day, giving each person lots of one-on-one time, and plenty of time to work on individual skills.  A riding area will be marked off specially for the clinic at the event.

The schools will run from 10am-3pm each day, and cost $100.  Anyone interested in registering can email Christy at email4christy@gmail.com.  The cost of the school will be paid in advance to hold your place.  Schools max out at 6 riders per day, with lots of one-on-one time.  The school is open to all riders in the clubman and support classes.

 

About Donna Fox: Donna has years of riding experience to her name, as well as several championships.  She is currently leading the British Ladies championship, and has a string of TdN representations for Britain, with TdN wins in 2015, 2016, and 2018.  In 2018 Donna was 4th place in Women’s GP class, which is equivalent to the Expert class at the US nationals.  In 2015 and 2016, Donna was 3rd and 5th (respectively) in the Women’s World Championship.

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