» "Hi Jodie...I went to your website & looked at all the pictures and read all the articles and interviews and, I swear, I got up from this computer feeling like there was NOTHING I couldn't do. You're an inspiring person, Jodie. You have all the qualities I love in people - men or women: Brains, brawn, beauty, drive and unstoppable ambition. Superpower :-) Emma"
"It makes me feel so stoked to make you feel so stoked!"
» "Hi Jodie. My name is Jessica I just wanted to thank you for the autograph I have it up in frame in our garage by my trophies. I just wanted to say I won my first race in the 80 class last week. Thanks again I really love the picture, Jessica..."
"A winning racer already! That is just fabulous Jessica!"
» "Hi Jodie it's Mikael Boyer, I did skating competition and all judges scored me 1st I got a metal. Next I will try to talk dad into buying me a motorcycle. RIGHT ON GIRL...your friend Mikael..."
"Right on back at ya Mikael! Congratulations and YOU KEEP GOING gurrrl!"
» "Hey Jodie, I just wanted to let you know that I think your site is awesome. I found it very inspiring and it's motivated me to push myself to become the best rider I possibly can be. I know I have a long road ahead of me, but I'm determined and willing to put in the work. Thanks for being an inspiration. :) Best of luck to you in life, and your races...Elliot..." September 24, 2001
"Maybe we can race together one day Elliot."
» American Indian Ten Commandments:
1. Treat the Earth and all that dwell thereon with RESPECT
2. Remain close to the Great Spirit
3. Show great RESPECT for your fellow beings
4. Work together for the benefit of all mankind
5. Give assistance and kindness wherever needed
6. Do what you know to be right
7. Look after the well being of mind and body
8. Dedicate a share of your efforts to the greater good
9. Be truthful and honest at all times
10. Take full responsibility for your actions
things go wrong as they sometimes will;
When the road you're trudging seems all up hill;
When the funds are low, and the debts are high
and you want to smile, but have to sigh;
When care is pressing you down a bit-
Rest if you must, but do not quit.
Success is failure turned inside out;
The silver tint of the clouds of doubt;
And you can never tell how close you are
It may be near when it seems so far;
So stick to the fight when you're hardest hit-
It's when things go wrong that you must not quit.
you don't keep walking you will never get where you're going.
Don't wait for someone to stop and carry you, you may weigh them down and you both could fall.
When you think the walk is too steep, press on, for there is no mountain that can't be climbed.
When you see someone fall along the way, lend your hand. If someone lends you a hand, reach for it, to help you get back up again.
Hand in hand, together- each one helping the other can make this journey as precious as the place that we are all striving for.
» "Hey Jodie, Thanks for the picture...it's cool. My niece saw it (she's 4) she said wow!! It was cute. After I explained what kinda bike it was, she asked if she could do that when she grew up. I said sure, why not? She got soo excited she went and rode her bike all day, and said she was practicing. Ha! That's funny. Anyway, thanks. Hope to see you again. K....bye! Krys."
"Yes! Awesome! Go gurrrl!"
» The 5 Points Of Success:
1. Know your goal
-Keep your eyes on the prize
2. You must be organized
-The big picture
-Everything in between
3. You must possess or acquire the necessary resources
-Personal life must be calm and stable
-Finances must be in order
4. Good physical and mental condition is required
-You must have the energy
5. You must be 110% committed to rolling the dice
"Thank you for these inspiring words Roy."
» "People may not always remember what you said or what you did...but they will always remember how you made them feel."
"Thanks Kathy! Right on gurrrl!"
Hey Jodie just wanted to drop you a line and let you know that I have decided to go back racing, your web-site and your intensity and passion for racing has motivated me to get my *** in gear and get back to what I love, street riding is o.k but it has it's limits and I found them, I crashed my FZR at 100+ pushing way to hard in the twisty's (read about it in Daily Rant-X-RACER'S lowside), I am in the process of getting my TZ250 ready for next year and I will run the mid-west series Blackhawk farms (hometown track), Road America, Gratten, Brainard, and Mid-Ohio, just wanted to thank you for inspiring me to race again. You should make a trip out to Elkhart Lake-Road America now that place is the bomb-----stay fast Nitro Jodie.
Inspiring trivia from WSMC Operations Manager, Kenny
In September of 1990, World GP Champion Kenny Roberts Jr. was racing a Yamaha FZR400 in club racing at Willow Springs.
"If you don't try, how will you ever know?"
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