Throughout her career Sarah has helped train thousands of riders, including professional athletes, military personnel, celebrities, musicians and politicians. She has acquired tens of thousands of miles on the street, track and off – road. Riding US coast to coast several times, as well as in other countries like Brazil, Greece, Hawaii, Italy, Spain and Australia.
Since 2007 she has been teaching for the US Department of Defense. She travels to military bases all over the country to train personnel in motorcycle safety. Her work includes, curriculum development, training new riders, polishing existing riders, and certifying new instructors.
Beyond her commitment to motorcycle education is her passion for motorcycle racing. Sarah holds a CCS racing license and races a Suzuki SV650 in the lightweight class.
In 2001, Sarah opened Motorcycle Riding's Cool, the first private motorcycle program in Illinois. As a motorcycle–educator, Sarah is often used as an expert for the news media, she has been featured regularly on/in: WGN, Fox News, ABC News, NBC News and CBS News, Chicago Tribune and Chicago Sun Times.
Sarah's two-wheeled education ranges from flat–track to road racing and everything in between. Sarah is a graduate of the following motorcycle schools:
Jason Pridmore's Star School, Freddie Spencer High Performance Riding School, BMW Enduro Park Off – Road School, Kevin Schwantz Suzuki School, Suzuki Supermoto School, California Superbike School, Lee Parks ARC, American Supercamp, etc.
Sarah is also a Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF) certified Rider Coach, Rider Coach Trainer, Dirt Bike Coach, Military Sport Bike Coach, and Scooter Coach.
Sarah is always preaching that she feels, “as an instructor, it is important to be knowledgeable if not proficient in all types of riding.”
SarahÝs current fleet of personal motorcycles and scooters includes: BMW F650 Dakar, BMW R100GS PD, Suzuki SV 650, Aprillia RS250, Honda CB175, Honda 125GP, Sachs Madass 88cc scooter.