Rosie Rowett. D.O.B. March 7th. 2000

In 2019, my aim is to achieve first in the ACU British Enduro Championship Ladies class and ACU British Sprint Championship Ladies/Clubman class for the third consecutive year. I will also compete in selected European Enduro Championship and World Enduro Championship rounds.

My current sponsors, as shown, are continuing to support me with products and funding in 2019. In return I will advertise their logo on my clothing I wear in the paddock before and after the event, on the podium, plus on the marquee I have in the pit area at each event and on my website and all press releases.

2018
1st ACU British Enduro Championship Ladies Class.
1st ACU British Sprint Enduro Clubman E2 Class (against male competitors)

2017
1st ACU British Enduro Championship Ladies Class.
1st ACU British Sprint Enduro Ladies Class.

 

2016
2nd ACU British Sprint Enduro Womens class. Winning every round apart from 1st due to being under 16.
3rd ACU British Enduro Championship Womens class. (Not old enough to compete in 2 rounds at Isle of Man due to being underage for road licence.)

2015
1st Women’s class Raw Enduro Championship
1st Lady in North East Enduro Champion.
2nd Women’s Indoor Timber x (beaten only by Emma Bristow ‘World Trial and Enduro Champion').         
4th E1 Clubman class, North East Riding Championship.
 
2014 to 2015
Enduro.
Experiencing many different events and terrain within the sport of Enduro. Riding mainly with adults and gaining the experience of competitive racing.
 
2008 to 2014
Trials
Riding with local clubs up to 2011 gave me the technical abilities needed for Enduro and i was pleased with winning my class each year.
ACU British Girls/Ladies Trials Championships.

Motocross
My experiences in Motocross gave me the speed required for Enduro. I rode my first 2-hour Enduro in December 2013.

I’m dedicated to the sport of Enduro and practice throughout the week and most weekends when not competing or working. I have private access to two superb training grounds in South Yorkshire. Mid-week I keep my fitness levels up, working out in my local gym and in consequently, in June this year, I achieved a position as Apprentice Gym instructor, which allows me to have access to training on a daily basis.