After beginning to ride motorcycles from the age of just five years old Leah Tokelove is one of the UK’s fastest rising stars in motorsport .
After beginning her racing career at just thirteen, in a very short time Leah has carved out her own successful path as a respected professional racer in both the UK’s prestigious DTRA race series and the UK beach racing series.
Starting out her competitive career in racing on the sands of the UK the young Leah’s first ever season in the UK beach racing series ended with a second place in the championship followed quickly, only a couple of short years later, by becoming the first ever woman to win a championship on the beach, winning the 2013/14 125cc class championship riding her KTM SX125.
In 2013 Leah began riding flat track as away to train and up her skills for the forthcoming beach season. Quickly Leah came to realise her natural talent in the Flat Track discipline and the rest is history.
After working her way from the DTRA (British championship) junior class to the adult restricted class, Leah was then promoted to the Pro class of the premier of British Dirt Track to be the only female pro competitor in the sport after placing third in the 2016 restricted championship. The year prior to that Leah won the Minibike class Championship. For 2017 Leah grabbed a top ten finish in the Pro championship.
In 2018 Leah was offered a prestigious ‘scholarship’ by Indian Motorcycle, to be one of only four riders to race their legendary Scout Sixty Hooligan bike in the DTRA Hooligan Championship. Leah smashed the following season with multiple podium finishes, ending up fourth overall in the Championship. This was topped only by winning the Super Hooligan class at the El Rollo flat track race at Wheels and Waves, Biarritz.
Alongside her already incredible racing career Leah also runs her own women’s flat track school ‘ Days On The Dirt’, is a guest contributor for the respected UK flat track magazine SideBurn and also features as an inspirational speaker, alongside other legendary female athletes and adventurers, as a regular panellist on VC Team talks, cementing Leah as a powerful force driving the charge to inspire, encourage and support more women to start out in motorsport in the UK.
With already so much under her belt at such a young age the future is looking bright for the young racer.
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