State: Oregon, USA
Carrie Barton is an avid offroad motorcycle rider and racer, and now snow biker. She discovered her love of dirt bikes after retiring from professional downhill mountain bike racing. Since then, she has focused on ultra-endurance events and has become an accomplished 24-hour ironman racer, earning podium positions at multiple 24 hour races including the Glen Helen 24-Hour Challenge and becoming the first woman to finish the 10-day long Tour of Idaho adventure challenge. Having never done motorized winter sports, Carrie jumped at the opportunity to try out snow biking and got a Timbersled in 2019. She now represents Timbersled, as well as Klim, as a brand ambassador and hopes to use her position to help encourage other women to try out dirt biking and snow biking. In addition to participating and competing in motorsports, Carrie is also a certified dirt bike coach with the United States Motorcycle Coaching Association.