Off-Road Vixens Clothing Company was formed in November of 2008 by two friends who share a passion for dirt biking and snowmobiling. Being a woman who rides a dirt bike, snowmobile, atv or anything else in the extreme motorsport category gives a girl a certain amount of pride! We wanted to give those ladies a way to show their pride in their sport by designing a line of clothing just for them.
My name is Shari, and I am thrilled to be a part of starting this amazing company. I was raised in beautiful Hayden Lake, ID and spent most of my childhood riding my BMX bike, dirt bikes and snowmobiling. I love the National Forests that we are so blessed with here in the Pacific Northwest and am happiest when I can explore a new trail on my dirt bike or finding a new place to ride my snowmobile!
Off Road Vixens Clothing to me is more than just clothing to wear, it's something that defines your way of life. I want to bring recognition to all the girls out there who love to do all the "boy" things!
Which is exactly what ORV is all about; showing your pride in who you are and showing your support for the lifestyle and looking damn good doing it.
RIDE ON! Shari ('06 CRF150F, '08 Summit XP 800 154")
I'm Carey, and I am the other half of Off Road Vixens. I was born and raised in Spokane WA, the best place on earth for pretty much anything you could ever want to do outdoors. I was never really a girly girl and my first clue was when my brother and I blew up my Barbie doll.
Motorcycles and Snowmobiles have been a part of my life since I was very small; it is the most amazing feeling being in control of those machines. I am up for any challenge and especially if it's mostly dominated by boys! “Girls can do anything that boys can do” is what I say. I was a kick boxer and a police officer for a short time and had a great time doing both. I have always been a little crazy; although now that I have children I am a little milder since they are my main focus. Gymnastics was also a huge part of my life traveling and competing then coaching after that.
I never really felt I knew what I wanted to do until this venture. I LOVE Motorcycles and Clothes; and now I can ride my bike and look hot too! What more could a girl ask for...
Carey ('08 CRF230F)