Ashley Fiolek is the 10th best female biker ever. She popularized women's motocross. Ashley was deaf but a great biker. She came close to winning the Women's Pro class at Loretta Lynn in 2006 driving a Supermini, but later became Honda's first female factory rider. She's won 4 WMX titles.
Tamsin Jones ranks ninth on our list of the best female bikers. Off-road racing is harder than track racing, and the Dakar Rally is the hardest. Tasmin is one of the few bikers to finish the Dakar on the first try. First woman to enter Red Bull Romania Extreme Enduro twice. She holds the altitude record for a rider (Mt. Everest – 17 feet).
Elena Rosell is the eighth best female biker of all time. This Spanish rider was Moto2's first woman. In 2011 and 2012, she competed in the Moto2 World Championships, finishing 20th at Sepang. Too many accidents ruined her career. Given her talent, it wouldn't be surprising if she returned to Moto2.
Elena Myers from the U.S. ranks seventh. She has many accomplishments at 25. She won the 2010 Supersport 600cc AMA Pro Racing road race at Infineon Raceway. Myers was the first woman to win at Daytona (in 2012). She drives a Suzuki GSX-R1000 and hopes to advance women in motorsport.
Maria Herrera Munoz is a Spanish racer hailed as the sport's future star. She leads the very competitive CEV Moto3 Spanish Championship.
Young and talented, she'll soon light up MotoGP. It dominates extreme sports.
Laia Sanz is fifth. She is the current Women's Endura World Champion and has won the Women's Trials World Championship 13 times.
Laia began riding at 3 and racing at 7. She's the best female off-road rider in the world, but Jane Daniels is catching up.
Maria Costello ranks fourth on our list of the best female bikers. Jenny Tinmouth broke the English rider's Guinness World Record for fastest female Isle of Man TT rider in 2009. She's a well-known face in women's racing and has promoted women's participation. Costello dominated baseball in its heyday.
Jenny Tinmouth is the third best female biker ever. This English rider holds the women's TT lap record. Her first TT in 2009 set a Guinness World Record.
Tinmouth broke her own record in 2010 with an average lap speed of 119,945km/h. She's the only female British Superbike rider.
Jane Daniels from the UK is number 2 on our list. She's 23 and the UK's best Enduro rider. In the final race, she beat 2013 Women's Enduro World Cup champion Laia Sanz. Jane finished second in the first Spanish WEWC round of 2014. Her male and female peers expect her to succeed.
The best biker is Ana Carrasco. At 17, she's the only female MotoGP racer; she rides a Kalex KTM. She started riding at 3, then competed in the Spanish MiniGP and 125 championships. At 16, she debuted for the Kalvo KTM team and later that year in Malaysia she scored Moto3 points.