Tricia Baugher has been going to flat track races since before she could tell you which way the bikes were going around the track. Her dad always took her to watch the races since his parents had always taken him. Therefore, the tradition lives on.
A few years ago, Tricia met Nicalee at the Springfield Mile and shared a love for Winkin' Will Davis. In 2015, Tricia joined the Aid to Injured Riders (AIR) to work with the girls to design the Flat Track Trading Cards for the 2014 season. It has been one of her favorite projects she has been apart of and is thrilled she is able to be more active in the flat track community.
Away from the track, Tricia is a full-time graphic designer at an aftermarket automotive e-commerce business in Pennsylvania. As if designing during her day job and helping AIR doesn’t keep her busy enough, she is also the co-founder of the motorcycle lifestyle brand Throttle Down Speed Co. Within that brand Tricia is actively drawing and designing apparel and accessories for the motorcycle and flat track culture. Tricia is thrilled to be able to offer all of the fans something new and unique to wear at the race track.
Aside from creating, Tricia is a very proud owner of a 1974 Honda CB360. Presently she refers to it as her favorite “pile of metal”, however, Tricia has plans to get it running again and transform it into a cafe racer …wish her luck, she’s going to need it!
This year Tricia is amped to be spreading her wings and traveling to quite a few races this year including Daytona, Austin, Oklahoma City, Charlotte and a handful of local tracks including Timonium, MD. Tricia is incredibly grateful for the opportunity to be apart of AIR and looks forward to even more fundraiser opportunities to help the sport she’s always loved.