What’s your name and where are you from?

Kyleigh Stallings from Wellston, Oklahoma.

What classes do you race?

I race Girls Jr, Girls Sr, and Mini Sr 1.

How did you get into motorcycles?

My dad used to race road bikes, he brought home a PW 50 when I was younger and once I started I never wanted to stop.

Tell us about your first race.

My first race was at Hallett Motor Racing Circuit at the Oklahoma Gold Rush. It was on asphalt so I was a bit nervous but I ended up taking second.

What other sports do you like?

I don’t really have a lot of free time but I like to hunt, fish and go wakesurfing.

Describe a typical day at the track for you.

I get up pretty early to do a morning run before I start riding at around 9 am. Sometimes we do 30-minute motos or sprints and sections. Then we hit the gym and sometimes do yoga later in the day.

Favorite meal to have before you race?

I have a hard time eating before a race because of nerves but I try to load up on carbs and protein like oatmeal and eggs.

Best moment on a motocross bike?

So far my best moment was finishing Mini O’s with four championships.

Best road trip story.

My dad has a little road rage so there is always something going on.

What’s your favorite track to ride?

Freestone MX.

Who is your favorite professional racer and why?

Trey Canard is one of my favorite past pro racers, I met him when I first started at FCA. Austin Forkner is another favorite because of how hard-working he is and because his dad is my mechanic.

Who would you like to thank for helping you out?

I would like to thank my trainer Robbie Reynard, my mom and dad, my mechanic Mike Forkner, Monster Army, Fox, Ajax Motorsports, Dunlop, FMF, Scott, Maxima, Sunstar and Reynard Modifications.