Anna originally became involved in media from her skills in writing. Since beginning her career as a high school journalist, Anna has gone on to write for many of the biggest Jet Ski and motocross magazines in the world. Anna has written news articles, event coverage, product reviews, corporate press releases, sponsorship letters and more.
Anna has been contracted by several companies to write press releases about events and announcements.
The TPJ Fly Racing team travelled to Las Vegas for the final race of the year – the Monster Energy Cup.
The Monster Energy Cup is a race unlike any other. A Supercross race with a million dollars on the line and one of the most technical tracks of the year brings in fans from around the world. The TPJ Fly Racing team had just two riders for the Monster Cup, James Milson and Chad Cook. Both riders mounted up their Kawasaki 450s and went out for qualifying….
To read the complete release, visit the official website of the TPJ Fly Racing team by clicking here.
Anna wrote a race recap of Monster Energy Supercross: Anaheim 2 for Glory Hog Moto Magazine.
The biggest news of the week was that 250 East Coast Champion Malcolm Stewart would be returning to the track this season. After months of silence and speculation, the “Predator” broke the silence with big news. With the joint help of RIDE365.com and Seven, Stewart made his 450 debut on a Suzuki at A2. As expected, fans went insane. Other important updates coming into A2 included Trey Canard’s continued absence due to injury, and the TPJ Fly Racing team welcoming privateer 250 rider, Broc Shoemaker to the team…
To read the complete release, visit the Glory Hog website by clicking here.
At a young age, you might’ve been making dirtbike noises on your bicycle, dreaming of throwing nac-nacs like Chad Reed, and getting the big cardboard checks like James Stewart, Ryan Villopoto and Ryan Dungey. As you get older, the dream never changes, but the journey gets harder. Racing isn’t cheap; it isn’t easy. The pros make it look easy — but it takes a lot of heart and a whole lot of guts. Every privateer who lines up at the pro level knows their chances of winning are slim. When you roll into the gate on the bike that you brought in the back of your truck, and Ryan Dungey is suited up next to you – it’s intimidating…
To read the complete feature, visit the Glory Hog website by clicking here.
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