About Elena Myers
- Birth Date: November 21, 1993
- Birth Place: Mountain View, California USA
- Residence: Discovery Bay, California USA
- Height: 5' 3" / Weight: 115 lbs.
- Marital Status: Single
- Website: www.elenamyers.com
- Current Series: AMA
- Career Wins: 2
In just two short years, Elena Myers has made quite a name for herself in the AMA Pro Road Racing community. During her first season as a pro road racer in 2010, she made history by becoming the first female to ever win an AMA Pro Road Racing sprint race with a SuperSport West victory at Infineon Raceway.
2012 ‐ Became the first female to ever to win a professional motorsports event at Daytona Interna\onal Speedway with a victory in SuperSport Race Two. Raced for Suzuki SportbikeTrackGear.com and finished 3rd in the final SSW rider standings.
2011 ‐ Raced in SuperSport West, finishing the season fifth in the point standings with six Top 5 finishes, including a third place result in Race One at Barber. Raced for SuzukiScoopFans/M4 Suzuki. Also debuted in AMA Pro Flat Track.
2010 ‐ Finished second in the AMA Pro SuperSport West Championship. Her six Top Five results in the SuperSport division included a victory at Infineon, making her the first woman to win a AMA Pro Road Racing sprint race. Rode for Lucas Oil RoadracingWorld.com RMR Suzuki.
2009 ‐ Contended the WERA Na\onal Challenge and Sportsman series on a 600cc machine, earning podium finishes and race wins. Rode for Roadracingworld.com/Kids: Don't Smoke!
2008 ‐ At age 14, began racing 600cc machinery in predominately AFM and WERA West series that culminated in a WERA Na\onal win in 750cc Superbike at Las Vegas Interna\onal Speedway. Managed to qualify as the only female rider for the now defunct AMA Red Bull Rookies cup.
2007 ‐ Brought a 3 year sponsorship deal from Kawasaki's Team Green that put Elena on their 650 Ninja twin. Myers rode this bike to several WERA West wins and an endurance race win in Nevada and became the youngest ever Team Green road racing sponsored rider.
2006 ‐ Racing a 125cc GP bike with backing from Roadracing World and Team: Kid's Don't Smoke! winning races with OMMRA as well as WERA West and AFM.
2005 ‐ With a combined 14 wins over 2 seasons, became the country's youngest female 80cc road racing champion with the SMRRC in Northern California.