As a sportswoman, what skincare and hair care routine do you follow to combat the stress of the sport?
Being in the dirt and sweating everyday definitely takes a toll. Almost any form of washing your face with any product is going to help but obviously the most important thing is simply consistency. After a day of riding and training I can easily forget to go through my nightly routine before bed. Or wake up and forget in the morning and just go straight to the garage to get my gear bag packed. It all just goes to consistency like it does with everything in life.
You are also the first female to qualify for Supercross & Arenacross. How do you feel about this incredible benchmark that you have set?
Trying to qualify for Arenacross and Supercross was a really difficult task. I was up against the best guys in the world fighting for the same thing and they didn’t care who was out there. Male or female they were going to hit you off the track to gain that position. It was tough as first but I basically had to learn to ride aggressive and be able to manage riders behind me trying to push me off the track while trying to push the guy in front of me off the track. Those series are basically kill or be killed. Haha.
You have an incredible following on your Instagram account @vgolden423, how do you connect and keep it real for your followers?
I really have nothing to hide. I live an amazing life and am completely grateful to be able to call riding dirt bikes my job.
The other part of my job is to inspire others and I can do that from just telling my stories, injuries, setbacks, and comebacks on social media. I really try to reply to everyone and take that time to connect with my followers. Not only does it get my followers stoked it gets me fired up too. The messages I get motivates me to keep doing what I’m doing because of my fans.
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