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New Contributor: Sarah Schilke

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Sarah Schilke

Sarah Schilke

Sarah Schilke, an avid street rider turned amateur off-road racer, has made a career out of her passion—riding motorcycles. Sarah has worked in the motorcycle industry for almost 20 years, currently as the Marketing & P.R. Manager for Schuberth, the German helmet manufacturer responsible for the award winning C3W helmet engineered specifically for women riders.

Her background also includes Marketing Director for the International Motorcycle Shows, Marketing Manager for G by Hein Gericke, a women’s motorcycle apparel line, Western Advertising Manager of American Motorcyclist, Marketing Manager for Electric Motorbike and editor of a powersports trade journal.

Sarah is the first woman to be elected to the Board of Directors of the Motorcycle Industry Council and is a member of the FIM Commission on Women in Motorcycling. She is also a lifetime member of the AMA.

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